Jim Denison

Christian Post Columnist

Separating Children at the Border: 3 Options

The immigration crisis unfolding on the US-Mexico border continues to dominate the news. Nearly two thousand children have been separated from their parents since a "zero tolerance" policy was adopted for those entering the US illegally.

Is This What God Looks Like?

A group of psychologists asked 551 American Christians what they think God looks like. The test subjects were shown hundreds of randomly varying pairs of faces and asked which of the two looked more like "the face of God."

Transgender Man's Baby Could Be First Person Without Legal Mother

A transgender man recently gave birth to a baby in the UK. British law states that those who give birth to children can only be noted as mothers on official documents. The parent has complained of discrimination. As a result, the baby could become the first person born in England and Wales not to have a legal mother.

Why Gambling Is So Popular

This week, the Supreme Court struck down a federal law that prohibits sports gambling. The landmark decision gives states the right to legalize betting on sports.

Sutherland Springs Pastor Led National Day of Prayer Service

Frank and Sherri Pomeroy helped lead yesterday's National Day of Prayer service in Washington, DC. The service came just two days before the six-month anniversary of the shooting that took the lives of twenty-six members of Pastor Pomeroy's church, the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Deadly Caterpillars Have Invaded London

London is a world-class city. Its history and pageantry are combined with its status as a global financial center. It's not surprising that more than forty-two million tourists are expected to visit the city this year. But if you're planning a visit this summer, avoid the caterpillars.

'True American Hero': The Faith of the Southwest Airlines Pilot

Tammie Jo Shults is now famous as the pilot who landed Flight 1380 after an engine exploded in the air. She guided the plane down after a twenty-thousand-foot drop in six minutes, then walked down the aisle hugging passengers. Passengers described her as having "nerves of steel" and being a "true American hero."