Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, slammed Vice President Joe Biden's recent comments that terrorism does not pose an existential threat to America, and pointed out that no terrorist has shouted "Jesus is great" before committing a crime.
The Atlantic reported in an interview with Biden on Monday that the vice president does not believe terrorism threatens the very existence of America.
"Terrorism is a real threat," Biden said, "but it's not an existential threat to the existence of the democratic country of the United States of America. Terrorism can cause real problems. It can undermine confidence. It can kill relatively large numbers of people. But terrorism is not an existential threat." more >>
The recent flooding in Baton Rouge is a study in media bias if you compare it to media coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
While Baton Rouge flooded, President Obama continued to play golf at Martha's Vineyard as if nothing was happening and the media gave him a pass. George W. Bush was accused of being a racist when he cut his vacation short and did a flyover of New Orleans back in 2005.
Talk about double standards. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham is hailing a Texas judge's decision to grant an injunction to block President Obama's transgender directive for public schools nationwide.
Earlier this week, a district court judge blocked the implementation of a directive from the Obama administration that would require public schools to allow male students to use girls' bathrooms and locker rooms if they self-identify as female.
One of the world's leading Christian persecution watchdog groups has put together a petition to presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, decrying a "baffling silence" on the problem of persecution, and urging them to devise a plan of action for how to help.
Kristin Wright, director of advocacy at Open Doors USA, told The Christian Post in a phone interview that there has been a "baffling" silence by both Trump and Clinton, given that most Americans believe that the next American president should have a plan of action for addressing the persecution of Christians.
Two separate petitions, one addressed to Trump and one to Clinton, point to a recent Harris/Neilsen poll that shows three out of four Americans believe this is an important issue for the next president to address. more >>
A district court judge in Texas has temporarily blocked President Obama's controversial transgender bathroom directive for public schools mandating that they allow boys who identify as female to go into girls' bathrooms and locker rooms.
In May, Texas and 11 other states filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over its directive that said students in public schools could use the facilities of their chosen gender identity rather than their biological sex.
On Sunday, Judge Reed O'Connor of the Northern District of Texas issued a nationwide injunction on the Obama directive, siding with the Texas-led lawsuit. more >>
As floodwaters began to recede in Louisiana Saturday after leaving at least 13 dead and damaging 60,000 homes, search parties are going door to door looking for survivors or bodies trapped by flooding even as more than 102,000 residents have registered for federal assistance.
Residents were seen cleaning out their homes while others were still struggling to find a place to stay Saturday, according to The Associated Press, which also reported that dozens of families were trying to rebury relatives whose caskets were unearthed by the floods.
At least 15 cemeteries in seven parishes were affected, the Louisiana Department of Health said Saturday. more >>