Only 5% of Democrats and less than half of Republicans believe the “decline in religious faith and church attendance” is a top-three issue facing families in the United States, a new survey has found.
Southern Baptist leader Albert Mohler Jr. believes that some politicians are using the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to enact policies that reflect an “overt hostility” to churches.
Democrat Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen was among a handful of lawmakers who spoke out against Christian persecution on Wednesday night, saying that Christian communities are the most under threat minorities in the Middle East.
Billy Hallowell, author of Playing With Fire, tackles the often-avoided topic of demons, exorcism and ghosts and explores why churches in the U.S. tend to be afraid to address it.
As we anticipate President Trump’s nomination of a candidate to replace the late Associate Justice Ruth Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, this is a valid and relevant question to ask.
But who is to blame for her death? Were the police at fault? Was her boyfriend at fault? Is the legal system at fault?
Now that the Supreme Court has become a means of legislating morality which advocates are unable to advance through our elected governance, fights over the court’s membership and future have become more vociferous than ever before.
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Why the intensity of the coming debate? The answer is obvious: Abortion.
The Coronavirus has impacted everybody in a variety of ways. For many, it has been a time to decrease spending and increase savings. For others, they feel as if they are going backward.
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New York City megachurch Pastor A.R. Bernard’s battle with COVID-19 was a lonely one. He was placed on Oxygen, watched his life flash before his eyes and began to have out-of-body experiences when he was hospitalized in March.
In an interview with The Christian Post, neuroscientist Adam Green, senior investigator in a new Georgetown University study that found the strength of an individual’s faith in God is likely linked to the brain, explained how the new data point to a common thread among people of all faiths.