If Hollywood is right and this really is the Year of the Bible in movies, then it's not possible to talk about biblical films without highlighting the one movie that has impacted the world by changing the eternal destination of multiple millions.
While the nation waits for the U.S. Supreme Court to hand down its decision on the Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby case, an artist turned abortion activist is attempting to reshape the cultural debate through her art.
I was thinking about family this week. In truth, I think about family a lot – my own, mostly. But recently, it was the stories of two very different families that caught my attention and reminded me of just how important family truly is.
A recent hearing on Capitol Hill dealt with an ongoing problem within our armed forces. As the hearing took place the day after the State of the Union Address, political analysis of the speech overshadowed the purpose of this crucial hearing.
It may be the 21st century in America, but if you listen to the roar of the culture today, you just might think we were living in ancient Rome. Witness the current attempt to win public approval for a divisive issue through entertainment.
The Capitol Dome was buried under several inches of newly fallen snow, but the weather did nothing to dampen the spirits of the tens of thousands who came to Washington to celebrate life. But, if you listened to the secular media, you are hard pressed to hear anything about this annual gathering
Sadly, somewhere along the path of history, the Girl Scouts seem to have lost their way. If you go to the website for the Girl Scouts of America, you will read their story.
One glaringly crucial issue weaves itself through both the report on cohabitation and the war on poverty – fatherlessness.
It's the time of year when we many will make new goals and set firm resolutions. Sometimes that recommitment means seeking a deeper relationship with God in the New Year. But a new poll finds that goal is cold comfort to those who don't believe in God in the first place.
Each Christmas, TV viewers are treated to one of the greatest films ever made - It's a Wonderful Life, directed by Frank Capra.
We have just passed the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown Connecticut. As a result, more and more state legislatures are beginning to examine the real cause of such tragedies – and it's about time! The 2013 report from NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) offers a glimmer of hope for those who are crying out for help – and for the first time, in a long time, America may be truly hearing those cries.
America has long been seen as the nation that could potentially lead the planet to some kind of lasting peace but a new Pew Research Center poll seems to indicate we have lost our place of standing in the world. According to the newly released information, a majority of Americans think that U.S. power in the world is steadily declining.
The American Humanist Association is now threatening to sue two public schools for their participation in the shoebox project. East Point Academy, a charter school, has participated with Samaritan's Purse since 2011 but after being threatened by the humanist organization and having a very small legal budget, the school has decided to no longer participate.
The dictionary defines the word "church" as "a building that is used for Christian religious services." If that is true, and most of us would agree with that definition, than how can atheists have a "church?"
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week on a case that takes up the role of prayer in a public setting, specifically opening prayers at town meetings. Given the current makeup of the court, it is nearly impossible to predict the outcome.
Something is happening in America that is going largely unnoticed by the secular press. A seismic shift in public opinion is taking place on one of the most controversial issues in our culture today – and the proponents of death-on-demand are getting desperate. New polling data indicates Americans are changing their mind on abortion.
One of the keynote speakers is Joseph Atwill, author of the book Caesar's Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus. Atwill believes the Romans needed to squelch the uprisings of the Jews in Palestine so they simply made up a Jewish Messiah with a very pro-Roman worldview.
You may have heard of the "morning after Pill" and perhaps you have even heard of the "week after pill" but how about the "month after pill?"
A fascinating article at Bloomberg.com caught my attention recently. It was the kind of article that puts the power of the Cross into focus, once again. It involves a conversation about death.
American Heritage Girls was organized to create an alternative to the Girl Scouts, which has systematically been fostering ideas that many families can't support.
ENOUGH! Week after week we hear of some new, outlandish discrimination against Christians because they dare to adhere to the Word of God and not deviate on what God Himself calls sin. Articulate that truth in the marketplace of ideas, and it just might cause you your job or your business.
Washington is abuzz with the sounds of war. The President is prepared to "go it alone" with a pending air strike against Syria while Congress is holding a series of hearings on whether he has the authority to do so. These are the times that try men's souls.
Something is happening to the heart of America. A new survey by the Pew Research on Religion and Public Life says something very interesting about how we view the issue of the sanctity of human life.
Most Americans Believe in Bible; Only Twenty Percent Study Scripture Study Four or More Times Weekly
In their State of the Bible in 2013 report, the American Bible Society reveals an overwhelming majority of Americans own and believe what the Bible says. Eighty-eight percent own a Bible, Eighty percent say the Bible is sacred and 61 percent wished they read it more
The mounting animosity against those of us who believe not only in the traditional definition of marriage but the authority of Scripture has reached a feverish pitch with the introduction of a new ordinance being debated by a city council in Texas.