God gives guidelines for living out of love for humanity, says famed evangelist and best-selling author the Rev. Billy Graham.
In a recent advice column, Graham was asked why God gave mankind rules like the Ten Commandments if He already knew people were going to disobey.
"Why did God give us a bunch of rules (like the Ten Commandments) that we're supposed to obey, when He knew we wouldn't keep them? Wouldn't it have been better for Him to just let us make up our own rules for living?" queried the person. more >>
Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis, who recently claimed victory in a long-standing religious freedom, gay-marriage case, is facing a new lawsuit from a man whom she denied a license to marry his laptop computer.
Liberty Counsel explained in a press release that the plaintiff, Mark "Chris" Sevier, is looking to argue that marriages between same-sex couples have the same legitimacy as a human marrying an inanimate object.
Sevier has also named Governor Matt Bevin and Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear in the lawsuit. more >>
An "exemplary" Christian teacher from the U.K., who was fired by officials at the school where she worked for more than a decade after she refused to divorce her pedophile husband, has won compensation for wrongful dismissal.
According to the Independent, Sarah Pendleton said her Christian beliefs prevented her from leaving her husband after he was found guilty of downloading indecent images of children and voyeurism.
Her husband, Matthew Pendleton, whom she married in March 2002, is the former Headmaster of Kirkstead Junior School. He was given a 10-month prison sentence in July 2013 for secretly filming young boys getting changed for swimming lessons. He only served five months. more >>
A Kansas police department has caved to pressure from the nation's largest atheist organization to remove a biblical decal from one of its patrol vehicles.
Last month, the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation was prompted by a complaint from an anonymous resident and sent a demand letter to Doug Murphy, the police chief of Harper, Kansas, demanding that his department remove a decal placed on one of the municipality-owned patrol trucks.
The decal, which was located on the upper right-hand corner of the truck's tailgate, read "Romans 13:4." more >>
With ecstatic exuberance and impassioned chants of "I'm With Her," large numbers of Hillary Clinton supporters are celebrating their candidate being labeled "extremely careless" by a prominent federal agency.
As the Federal Bureau of Investigation concludes that as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton acted incompetently regarding her email server, campaign volunteers could not be more proud.
"All my life, I have longed to have an extremely careless person become president," said one elderly woman wearing about one hundred Hillary campaign stickers on her shirt. "Now I am finally seeing this become true!" more >>
When Ryan Anderson took the stage at the Western Conservative Summit Saturday morning, he said he was going to be the "bearer of bad news." And yet, Anderson's speech was easily one of the most encouraging and hopeful at the summit, as he provided a way forward for conservatives who care about the defining issues of our day.
Anderson announced he would be speaking about the secondary consequence of the Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges that redefined marriage.
"The secondary consequence," he said, "will be what happens more immediately … to you, to your charities, to your churches, to your schools, to your businesses." more >>