How is it that a nation known for its politeness has become so committed to killing its most vulnerable citizens?
Throughout history there are Christians who chose to run into the brokenness, not away from it. And one just won the Nobel Peace Prize.
The state of Israel is bucking the trend: It has a very high fertility rate for a developed nation. What's behind it?
Ideas have consequences and bad ideas have victims. And the American Academy of Pediatricians just made a monumental decision to embrace a very bad idea.
On Monday, the Supreme Court will choose cases to hear in the upcoming term. We need to pray it chooses at least these two cases in particular.
Among the pagan practices vanquished by early Christians was infanticide. As Christianity fades in the West, so do our defenses against infanticide in all its grisly forms.
No amount of makeup will cover the fact that more and more men are walking away from vitally important aspects of masculinity.
Not since the days of Mao have we seen the sort of suppression of religion in China like we're seeing right now.
Everybody loves pictures of adorable babies wrapped in blankets, sleeping peacefully, right? But not this picture—it should break our hearts, not melt them.
All must be sacrificed for the demon-gods "autonomy" and "choice." This is why they are killing children in Belgium.
Believe it or not, Jack Phillips is once again being hauled before the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
Fifty years ago, a Papal encyclical forbade the use of artificial contraception. How relevant is that document today?
Frozen embryos aren't the only "byproducts" of advanced reproductive technology: moral and legal confusions are as well.
Forget what's best for foster kids. According to the ACLU, all that matters is diversity.
Americans are having fewer and fewer babies, and the New York Times wants to know why.
A pro-choice doctor just made a case for not aborting children with Down syndrome. But his case needs to be better.
It's one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a Christian. What's going on right now in Nigeria is "pure genocide."
I've joined a number of evangelical leaders to formally support Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. Here's what we know.
With the retirement of Anthony Kennedy from the U.S. Supreme Court, we're as close to legally overturning Roe as we've ever been. But another issue of great concern to Christians could also be affected by a change in the Court's composition: that's religious freedom.
The news from the Supreme Court keeps rolling in, and Justice Kennedy's announcement means we're looking at a long, heated summer.
So what's the next big judicial challenge to religious freedom? You may not be hearing much about it, but I'll describe why it matters.
Canada, our neighbor to the north, is at war ... I'm not talking about the trade war. I'm talking about their fight against religious freedom.
What are Christians to make of all the craziness surrounding the immigration debate? Let me share a few thoughts.
For too long the U.S. government has done too little to aid Iraqi Christians. That has to change.
To quote a friend: The goal of the pro-life movement should be to make abortion unthinkable–not just illegal. Let me explain why.