As a nation, we cannot overemphasize the importance of faith-informed views being introduced into the discussions in the public square and in the political process.
Sometimes in our eagerness to do good, we act in ways that have a very negative impact on our fellow human beings.
In the wake of Gov. Sarah Palin’s selection as the Republican vice presidential nominee, there has been considerable “speculation” about why Evangelicals in general, and Southern Baptists in particular, have responded so favorably to her candidacy.
Much has been made of the Democratic Party’s new platform plank on abortion.
Sen. John McCain electrified the Republican base and millions of people of every political persuasion last Friday
The PTC study concludes that “many in Hollywood are actively seeking to undermine marriage by consistently showing it in a negative manner.”
The federal government has announced that the country has cut the number of “chronically homeless people” by approximately 30 percent between 2005 and 2007.
Over the last few months Randy Pausch captured the attention of much of the world as he had captivated his students for years.
Steven Waldman of Beliefnet.com and John C. Green of the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life have identified what they call the “twelve tribes” of American politics.
When we say, 'God bless America,' we are asking God to treat our nation better than we deserve.
Last month 21 U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq. In May 2007, there were 127 causalities in Iraq.