Franklin Graham is urging Americans to pray now that the presidential debates are over, arguing that the United States is in a far more dangerous position today than eight years ago.
Writing on his Facebook page Wednesday, the evangelist and head of Samaritan's Purse noted that the election is now only 19 days away.
"My suggestion to Christians? Pray earnestly." Graham said. more >>
While major Democratic voices such as President Barack Obama and 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton have been celebrating Planned Parenthood's 100th year anniversary, evangelical leaders such as Russell Moore have warned that America still has a long way to go to fight for human dignity.
"For a century, Planned Parenthood has been a force for the culture of death, beginning with its start as a racist, social Darwinist institution," Moore, who is the president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, told Baptist Press. "It has been exposed even further in recent years as a trafficker of human bodies for financial gain.
"Though the pro-life movement has made some remarkable gains, this landmark for the abortion lobby's biggest institution is a reminder of how far we still have to go for human dignity," he added. more >>
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump have presented to the American public a foreign policy vision that aligns in some aspects, but also diverges on several important issues, such as NATO.
While topics such as the ongoing war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, as well as immigration issues will be covered in separate comparison pieces by The Christian Post, below is a summary of where the two nominees stand on several other issues of international importance.
Clinton has notable foreign policy experience and served as the 67th Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013 under President Barack Obama's administration, something which she has alluded to in many of her speeches. more >>
President Barack Obama has announced that scientists are working on a mission to send the first humans to Mars and back by the 2030s, and revealed that the "ultimate ambition" is to keep people on Earth's closest neighbor for an extended period of time.
"We have set a clear goal vital to the next chapter of America's story in space: sending humans to Mars by the 2030s and returning them safely to Earth, with the ultimate ambition to one day remain there for an extended time," Obama said in an article for CNN published on Tuesday.
"Getting to Mars will require continued cooperation between government and private innovators, and we're already well on our way. Within the next two years, private companies will for the first time send astronauts to the International Space Station," he added. more >>
The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump covered many controversial issues, including a recently released 2005 video showing Trump making lewd comments about women and Clinton's email scandal in which she mishandled classified documents about U.S. operations.
At the 90-minute town hall debate that took place Sunday evening at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, the two presidential hopefuls received questions from both the moderators and attendees who identified as undecided voters.
Below in no particular order are five things of interest that were discussed during the debate between Clinton and Trump. more >>