The Rev. Franklin Graham warned on Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday that another holocaust might become a reality, pointing to the influx of Muslim immigrants into Europe and the United States, who he said are "bringing their hatred of Jews and Christians with them."
"Could the holocaust be repeated? I'm afraid so. Anti-Semitism is at the highest levels since the late 1930s. This is coming from the influx of Muslim immigrants to Europe, the United States, and other Western countries over the past few decades, and they are bringing their hatred of Jews — and Christians — with them," Graham wrote in a Facebook message.
"This is a poison. Muslims have been on TV in Europe spouting 'Hitler should have finished the job!' Have we learned anything from history?" he asked. more >>
Matthew Lee Anderson wrote a fabulous piece at Mere Orthodoxy on the religious liberty debate we are currently having in the context of the rise of the legal momentum that LGBT activists have seen. That debate devolved into a firestorm with the passage (and then weakening) of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The particular excerpt I want to point out makes an excellent case why evangelicals should have never stood for sodomy laws in the past. I remember when the Supreme Court struck down Texas' sodomy law and how I had Christian friends bemoan that fact. I didn't because my inclination was "why in the world would I want government to police the bedroom? Why stop at sodomy if that's the case?"
Anderson does a far better job articulating what I thought at the time (and still think when I see friends and pundits complain about that ruling): more >>
A celebration in honor of a best-selling Christian author and pastor whose various spiritual messages have sold in the millions will take place at a church in Georgia.
Henry Blackaby, author of influential Christian works like Experiencing God and founder of Blackaby Ministries International, will be celebrating his 80th birthday and the 25th anniversary of the publication of Experiencing God.
The two-day event will be held Friday and Saturday in the worship center at First Baptist Church of Jonesboro, Georgia. more >>
Many Christians across the country are wearing orange ribbons and dress, representing the jumpsuits worn by victims of the Islamic State, in church and otherwise in response to calls by churches and groups to help draw attention to the persecution of Christians by the terror group in the Middle East.
"We are all brothers and sisters in Christ. It's so sad how they are being tortured — we need to get prayer power going," the Rev. Frank Karwacki, the parish priest of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, told FoxNews.com.
Karwacki is among the many pastors who are encouraging their congregations to wear orange ribbons and dress. more >>
The In-N-Out Burger chain is America's favorite "limited-service" restaurant, according to the annual Consumer Picks survey in Nation's Restaurant News.
A "limited service" restaurant includes eateries that allow customers to pay at the counter and receive quick and efficient service. Other examples of this type of business include buffets, cafeterias and chain steak houses.
In-N-Out Burger, known for its animal style fries, includes references to Bible verses on the bottom of their cups. Some of the verses include Revelation 3:20, John 3:16, Matthew 6:19 and 1 Corinthians 13:13. more >>
Higher education professionals are dismayed at the growing number of students who expect their universities to protect their tender emotions from over-stimulation.
If you graduated from college in the previous millennium, you may be unaware that many students now believe that college professors and administrators should protect them from, rather than expose them to, ideas they disagree with, especially ideas that disturb them.