Objective realities aren't subject to feelings, but increasingly, that's the verdict of our celebrity-driven culture. Just ask Beyoncé's twins.
Can we finally give the myth that an unborn baby is "just a clump of cells" a decent burial?
Can we ever really know the meaning of life? A new book dares to say "yes," and then shows us how.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is President Trump's nomination for the Supreme Court. And a great nomination it is.
Last Friday was a great day for pro-lifers. It was also a great reminder of why we treat all of our opponents with respect—even if they don't return the favor.
How should we as Christians think about President Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees? Here's a framework for thinking Christianly about the intertwined issues of refugees, immigrants, and national security.
I've found something every American can agree on: "Hidden Figures" is a fantastic movie.
Will we make it as a nation? That depends on where we put our trust. And lately, it's been pointed in the wrong direction.
Putting myths to rest is always a good thing, and right now it needs to be bedtime for Bonzo. Journalists and science writers endlessly repeat the biological bromide that "humans and chimpanzees are 99% genetically identical."
Women who don't support abortion aren't real women, according to many modern feminists. Here's why they should read more history.
In one of the final acts of his presidency, Mr. Obama has granted clemency to Bradley Manning. Here's what it reveals.
A well-known preacher of prosperity will be praying at the inauguration. It's time to expose their so-called "gospel" for what it is.
How far can Christianity be reduced before it's no longer Christianity? We need to be able to answer that question with a firm answer.
Planned Parenthood sold baby parts and should be stripped of funding. So finds a select House investigative panel.
The Obama administration, in the final days of 2016 and of its existence, gave a Christmas gift to Planned Parenthood. Let's talk about how to take it back.
How are most people inspired to live lives of courage, love, and integrity? Through good stories.
Let me beat Eric Metaxas to the punch and wish you all a very healthy, happy New Year. Here are some thoughts as we look ahead to 2017.
Christianity has been the inspiration of the West's greatest art — in ancient times and even in the middle of World War II.
As a politician friend of mine says, "When folks feel the heat they see the light." It's time for the Egyptian government to see the light about protecting Christians.
Did you know that babies can be born again? No, it's not theology I'm talking about but science, and the implications are enormous.
When it comes to religious freedom, we face two equal and opposite temptations. But neither will do in the face of our current challenges.
Will Roe v. Wade always be the law of the land? Some Ohio legislators don't think so. Here's news about that state's "heartbeat" law and why it matters.
Teens who abstain from sex are healthier than those who don't. Once again, research backs up the life-giving moral claims of a Christian worldview.
When Christians live as Jesus told us to do, loving God and serving others, folks notice. Even the New York Times!
The end of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt meant big changes. But just not for the country's beleaguered Christians.