Jim Denison

Christian Post Columnist

'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."

Should Down Syndrome Babies Be Aborted?

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.

Patrick Reed Wins the Masters: How Focus Changes Everything

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.

How Martin Luther King Jr.'s Courage Challenges Us Today

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.

March for Our Lives Rallies Draw More Than 2 Million People

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.