Exploiting a national tragedy about killing to advocate more killing is indefensible. But that's what Planned Parenthood did.
The Supreme Court followed its decision on the Texas abortion law by refusing to hear a case on the religious freedom of pharmacists. Are you discouraged?
Monday's Supreme Court ruling on Texas's abortion law was a setback for the pro-life cause. But not as big of a setback as some would have you believe.
Recent conferences, books, blogs, and articles have me wondering whether "evangelical" still means what it used to mean.
Words have great power. They shape how we think about ourselves and the world. Even silly, made up words.
The last instructions Jesus left His Church should shape our worship. I'll tell you about a new hymn that restores our mission to our music.
We Evangelicals find ourselves in what could fairly be called a "difficult" cultural moment. Here's a hint about our response: Hand-wringing isn't the answer.
Christians ought proclaim the love of Christ with our lips, and in our lives. And the events in Orlando underscore how the two must never be separated.
In a new film audiences are taught it's better and maybe even more romantic to die than to live with a disability. Some qualified voices strongly protest.
Is religion headed for extinction? Some experts think so. But if you ask me, the funeral planning is premature.
Great fiction has warned us of the dangers of playing God with human genetics, but sadly, what's going on these days isn't fiction.
You may be able to name a number of famous Christians who changed the world. But Dr. Glenn Sunshine wants you to know the world-changers you may never have heard of.
Can a self-satisfied atheist become a Christian? Of course she can. But sometimes, it might come through tears.
Think all is lost? Feel like you don't know how to make a difference in our crazy world? Here's a personal story that just might change your mind.
How we view our bodies says a lot about our worldview. Are bodies something we merely "have" or are they core to who we are?
Last week Google honored a supporter of dictators and terrorists as a civil rights and social justice activist. But "Other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?"
Ever left speechless on these tough conversations about social issues? Ever think afterwards, why didn't I say that? Well, here are six questions for your conversational toolkit.
Was everyone who lived before 2015 an unenlightened bigot? Recent statements by this administration may give you that impression.
"Truth will out," we sometimes hear. But it may take Congress to help it along. Here are some of the latest developments in the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal.
When we encounter something beautiful and wondrous, the proper response should be awe and gratitude. Not marketing and maximizing profits.
What we think of as Europe is pretty easy to define these days. But it wasn't always so, and it may not be for long.
Coming to theaters yet again: One more action flick with warring women in the lead role. But most of these movies only obscure real feminine strength.
You're a Christian. You sense God has more for you. You want to go deeper. You want to make a difference.
What would cause a superb Major League Baseball player to walk away from the game — and a big pile of money? God only knows.
We all need help thinking more clearly — you, me, U.S. Senators like Barbara Boxer. And denying it sometimes proves the opposite.