As President Joe Biden signed a flurry of executive orders on his first day in office, Christian and conservative groups are criticizing one of his moves to unilaterally enact one of the more controversial aspects of the progressive social agenda.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order that, among other things, dissolves a commission created under the Trump administration to advance a “patriotic education” for American students.
A federal lawsuit was filed against social media giant Twitter on behalf of a teenager who claims that the company waited for days to remove sexually graphic videos posted to its platform by sex traffickers.
Though the majority of Gen Z is not engaged in scriptural study and has a distrustful relationship with religious institutions, they are eager for trusted adults, including religious leaders, to invest in their lives.
Be advised that the 1776 Commission shreds the 1619 Project for the dangerous historical fantasy that it is. It is dangerous because it undermines our unity as Americans of differing ethnicities and perpetuates racial and ethnic division in perpetuity.
The real issue isn’t about changing women’s minds anyway. The majority know they are ending the life of a child. It’s their circumstances that truly scare them.
One day after one of my English classes, one of my students, Mahreen, walked over to my desk. “Mr. DeVon,” she said, “I wasn’t taught to like Christians growing up. But if Christians are like you, then I like Christians now."
Muslim and Jewish Montenegrins serving in the military, police or spending time in prison will no longer be forced to eat food that violates their religious conscience.
Too many of those raising these issues don’t care about whether aborted infant tissue was used in research. They don’t care that evidence indicates this practice continues.
The Judeo-Christian consensus—prevailing since the founding of America—has seemingly evaporated in our day.
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