What is clear is that many people want to live in a world where their opinions go unchallenged. The mere existence of opinions outside of the new orthodoxy is now considered wholly unacceptable.
The understanding of religious freedom has been lost in the culture. Many are just frankly ignorant about what the free exercise of religion means and why our founders thought it so important.
Scientists are supposed to follow the evidence. But what happens when they prefer established dogma? Let me tell you about a fascinating article in National Geographic.
This Thursday there's a one-night showing of a powerful documentary about faith in the face of a deadly epidemic.
If you care about the next generation, and especially have one of the next generation in your life, have I got a worthwhile, long-term investment for you.
Strangely enough, BreakPoint made a list published by Harvard University library. Even stranger is the list itself.
Narrowly escaping the jaws of a large reptile might get you thinking about your life. But you don't have to wait 'til then to make important changes.
Perhaps you've been hearing about this new book, "The Benedict Option" by Rod Dreher, and wondered, "What's that?" Let's talk about it.
If "assisted death" is such a good thing, why are so many Canadian doctors having second thoughts?
Ah, springtime. Flowers blooming, birds singing, and articles questioning the historicity of Jesus hitting the newsstands.
On the 160th anniversary of one of the worst Supreme Court Decisions, something beautiful and miraculous happened.
CNN has long struggled to understand religion. But the host of an upcoming documentary takes that cluelessness to a whole new level.
A new Washington scandal reminds me of an old one. And that without virtue, there aren't enough rules to save us from ourselves.
The words "hate," "bigotry" and "intolerance" are mis- and over-used. But that makes it more important that we speak out against the real thing when it's there.
Ash Wednesday somberly reminds us that we're all going to die. But it also reminds us of something much more important.
Can we fight discrimination and preserve religious freedom at the same time? Absolutely. But we need some clarity first.
It's good for us to remember the heroic faith of those who've gone before us. And then to go and do likewise.
Because our bodies matter to God — and not just in a moral sense — our rest matters to God, too. So much so, He built it into the rhythms of the universe.
I'm gonna get a lot of email about this commentary, so let me say this up front: I like animals. And pets are wonderful things. But. . . .
The Washington State Supreme Court has punished a florist for running her business according to her faith.
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.