It's a rock-solid Western conviction: All men—and women—are created equal. But where does it come from? Well, not the Enlightenment.
I never get tired of talking about archaeology confirming biblical history. So let's talk.
In the 1930s and 40s, six million Jews perished at the hands of the Nazis. But amazingly, this would be news to many among us.
Things sure are getting better now that science has all the answers. At least that's what one Harvard professor thinks.
Believers and non-believers, the right and the left, can agree on this: Men and women who've done their time deserve a second chance.
Welcome to Holy Week. The great composer Joseph Haydn was commissioned to write a musical setting for what are known as the "Seven Last Words (or Sayings)" of Jesus on the cross.
I will never get tired of telling you about the latest archaeological find that unearths living proof of the Bible's history.
How cool would it be to walk into a church filled with worshipers all speaking the same language that Jesus and His apostles spoke? Take a drive up the New Jersey Turnpike to find out!
It's refreshing to hear about a sportsman who acknowledges God's providence in his life.
Can you imagine a world where old people die alone at home, and no one notices? We're already there.
The words we use affect the way we think. And the proponents of gender-neutral language know it.
Major league baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day on the day before Easter. It's a fitting coincidence.
So, traditional morality is out, and freedom of everything is in. Then why does everybody feel so guilty?
Some 2.3 million Americans are behind bars. That's more than any other nation in the world, in absolute terms and as a percentage of the population.
Welcome to Holy Week. Today we offer reflections — and music — on the seven last sayings of Jesus.
Religion is good for you: emotionally, physically, and economically. Who knew? Not the secularists.