Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, announced the birth of their third child Monday.
Since I believe life begins at conception and is sacred from that moment to natural death, obviously I oppose the decision to abort a child. Let's consider this issue in the context of congenital conditions.
Our commitment to the sanctity of life leads us to embrace racial and gender equality. But it also leads us to defend life from conception to natural death and to defend marriage and gender identity as intended by our Creator.
Barbara Bush died Tuesday. Newsweek is describing her as "the no-nonsense first lady who ran the family that ran the country."
The Stress Management Center and Phobia Institute estimates that seventeen to twenty-one million people in the US are afraid of this day.
In times like these, we need the example of Barbara Bush.
House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Wednesday that he would not run for reelection this fall and would retire in January. It didn't take long for critics to respond.
"We started out the first mile together, now we'll walk the last mile together." That's how a couple who divorced fifty years ago explained their decision to get married again.
What should be our first response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria?
"It was my mistake, and I'm sorry. I started Facebook, I run it, and I'm responsible for what happens here." So stated Mark Zuckerberg when he testified before Congress yesterday on data breaches that have made global headlines in recent weeks.
What does it mean for us to live for heaven on earth?
It was nearly a Masters for the ages. Jordan Spieth began yesterday's final round trailing by nine shots. No one in the history of the tournament has ever won from such a large deficit. Spieth actually tied for the lead late in the day, but Patrick Reed held on to win his first major title.
If anybody should be upset with you as a sinner, it should be the holy God of the universe.
Redemption: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Last 31 Hours is a riveting narrative of the events that led to Dr. King's tragic death. Written by veteran journalist Joseph Rosenbloom, the book chronicles the last thirty-one hours and twenty-eight minutes of Dr. King's life.
On March 31, 1968, Dr. King preached at the Washington National Cathedral. An overflow crowd heard him deliver "Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution," calling his listeners to join God in a movement that would bring righteousness to a culture divided by racial bigotry and endemic poverty.
As the world now knows, this ninety-eight-year-old nun is the chaplain for the Loyola University Ramblers men's basketball team. The Ramblers are the Cinderella story of this year's playoffs. And Sister Jean is their inspiration.
In the coverage I have seen, attention has been focused on money paid to her by Mr. Trump's personal lawyer and on whether she had an affair with Mr. Trump, a claim he "vehemently" denies. Here's the question no one seems to be asking:
No evangelical pastor in America has been more influential in my lifetime than Bill Hybels. I would like to suggest four biblical responses, including do not judge what you do not know.
The largest student protest in American history took place on Saturday. More than two million students and their supporters packed the streets in Washington, D.C., and more than 800 other events in the U.S. and around the world. Throughout history, young people have shown that they can change the world.
What explains Billy Graham's humility and integrity? Here was his greatest fear ...
Given the victims' races, it's possible that the bombings are hate crimes.
China's National People's Congress approved a plan yesterday to abolish presidential term limits, paving the way for President Xi Jinping to stay in power indefinitely.
Actress Helen Mirren made headlines recently when she released pictures of herself before and after she was made up for her appearance at Sunday night's Academy Awards.
Has Amelia Earhart's disappearance finally been solved?
The sky is falling, literally.