Tens of thousands of Christians from all over the country assembled on Sunday evening to worship on the National Mall to intercede for the nation amid an ongoing pandemic and tense election season.
The United States, along with 31 other countries, signed on Thursday a document declaring that “there is no international right to abortion.”
After nearly a year of public legal disputes over church property, megachurch pastors John Gray and Ron Carpenter Jr. have settled their differences, Carpenter said.
After the Senate voted on Sunday to limit debate on President Trump’s Supreme Court appointee, the confirmation vote for Amy Coney Barrett has been set for late Monday.
That found while 61% of American millennials consider themselves to be Christian, just 2% of them were found to hold a biblical worldview.
In our feel-good, live-in-the moment culture, it’s easy to gloss over the parts of scripture that implore us to consider what we cannot always see: the invisible hand of evil.
QAnon followers focus on ambiguous predictions made by Q that, when unfulfilled, are unfalsifiable.
The truth be told, in many ways, we are no better than previous generations while, in some ways, we are worse. That’s why the 20th century was the bloodiest century in world history.
Burke is right, and history bears this out: One man with conviction is a majority. Martin Luther King Jr.’s personal conviction of non-violent protest led to monumental civil rights legislation.
What I want to suggest to you today is that prolonged stress will turn your cracks into canyons.
In one fell swoop, they could undermine the United States, which President Lincoln labeled the “the last best hope of mankind.”
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