The denial of God has never been a part of America's heritage. But the current mythical view of the so-called "separation of church and state," which essentially removes any mention or acknowledgment of God and His Lordship from public life has been calamitously entrenched in the national psyche for way too long.
An aspiring politician gave his best shot at a campaign speech. He felt that it was a stirring, fact filled speech. Then the candidate looked out on his audience and asked, "Are there any questions?" That's when someone in the back row called out, "Who else is running?" That seems to be the sentiment of many Christians when it comes to the nation's choices for President in 2012.
Quite to the contrary of the atheistic mindset, it was a "God fixation" that actually built and prospered this great country. All the values most beloved by Americans – those that changed much of the world – derived from a Christian perspective.
Is this really what has become of the American Dream? This is far removed from an earlier time when the nation's attention was not so much on its possessions, but the quest to be a civil, just, righteous, freedom-loving, God-fearing, contented, thankful and generous people.
Some erroneously maintain the First Amendment of the Constitution protects porn as freedom of expression. But that's just untrue. Despite the fact the Department of Justice is doing nothing to enforce obscenity laws, it's really a crime. Every Christian should be deeply concerned about the spread of the smut enterprise.
There are times in life when nobody but the Lord will do. America is experiencing just such a time. Nothing better demonstrates how much danger this nation is in than the deep separation currently existing between its citizens.
For quite some time, gay activists have tried to convince the nation homosexuals are a class of people, who like blacks have been denied their civil rights. Therefore, to oppose their political agenda is discriminatory – a form of bigotry on the same par as racism. The comparison of homosexuality to race is like comparing apples and oranges.
An unfortunate dynamic of our political times is that too many politicians proudly strut around behaving as if they were king. They roar and act as if they own the country.
The doctrine of the incarnation, the Virgin Birth, the Deity of Jesus Christ is absolutely necessary to the entire construct of the Christian religion
I am still experiencing sporadic moments of jubilation and tears of joy concerning the ‘Woman’s Right to Know Act’ becoming law in North Carolina.
Your recent vote in favor of the repeal of the DADT policy that will allow homosexuals to now openly serve in our nation's military was an incredible shock.
The only way these secularists can possibly come to the conclusion that the Founders intended the nation to be a purely secular state is to employ selective history.
A nation of moral misfits eventually will become economic misfits. The economy and our moral fiber are linked together
This generation has confused liberty with license, forgetting that true liberty is being free from the power and dominion of sin.
Fewer matters of life are more important than being authentic. When someone is authentic it's contagious, when not it's a major turn-off.
It's unfortunate, but America now has the most pro-abortion president in the nation's history.
The significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls should never be underestimated. They answer one of the most critical questions of life.
Few virtues of life could be more necessary than humility.
The Bible warns about the rise of false leaders during challenging times, giving telltale signs of their identity.
Today there is another aggressor pilfering from Americans and seizing a precious cargo of life and health.
The fact that churches even consider accepting gifts from lottery winnings demonstrates how the church today has weakened its opposition to gambling.
Well-known Raleigh News & Observer columnists, Rob Christiansen not long ago noted that once North Carolina had a good name for honest government.
Abraham Lincoln used to tell a story about a man who heated a piece of iron in the forge and made it into a horseshoe.