But let us leave the world of the Bible for a moment, and let us go into the world where abortion makes sense.
We must not attempt to think about urgent moral issues of our day without first turning to Scripture.
Father, we pray today for Barack Obama as he takes office as President of the United States.
In America, an identifiable 'American way of life' rules as an operational worldview for many persons - perhaps even replacing more fundamental convictions.
President-elect Barack Obama promised to make his inaugural events the most inclusive ever
Most Americans would probably be surprised to know that Sen. Edward Kennedy, Jesse Jackson, and former Vice President Al Gore all were once solidly anti-abortion.
In some sense, this atheist campaign almost looks like a joke on atheists planned and performed by believers in God.
Cities are now surrounded by vast rings of settlements and clusters known as suburbs - and Hollywood doesn't like it.
If we really believe that Jesus is the only Savior and that the Bible truthfully reveals the only Gospel that saves, then we had better make our confidence clear.
The year 2008 began with the anticipation that history would be made, and on that count the year certainly did not disappoint.
Pastor Rick Warren now stands at ground zero of a whirlwind, and he is likely to be there for some time.
Those who take belief in God most seriously tend to have more babies.
Secularization is the process by which a society becomes more and more distant from its Christian roots.
It is fair to say that Newsweek has gone for broke on this question.
The fact that the establishment of the Anglican Church of North America was motivated by explicitly theological concerns and commitments is a sign of hope.
A new report indicates that the average child in America now spends 45 hours a week immersed in the media - a multiple of the hours spent with parents or in the classroom.
Some feminists are outraged at Michelle Obama's choice and her public statements about devoting herself to her children
The traditional American holiday observance of Thanksgiving is a fixture of our national experience and central to civil religion.
Just a few hours ago I stood at the very spot where one of the most significant addresses in American history was delivered.
Downey wants atheists to be known more for what they do believe rather than for what they deny. It's going to be a tough sell.
In the aftermath of the recent election the media, along with the rest of the society, are scrambling to make sense of it all.
The challenge of defending marriage as the union of a man and a woman was on full public display on November 4.
The election of Sen. Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States came as a bang, not a whimper.
There is so much at stake. We hear every election cycle that the stakes have never been higher.
There is great wisdom in Sowell's analysis, and in his book, The Conflict of Visions. But the greatest achievement of this book is Sowell's insistence that political struggles have ideological origins.