The words "religious liberty" don't mean what they once did to many people, especially if big business has its way.
Christians can and must make a difference in the culture. But we never impose, we only propose. Here's a point or two of clarification.
While many of us celebrated Resurrection Day with our loved ones, our brethren in Pakistan were targets of terror.
Apparently, free contraception means more to the U. S. Government than the First Freedom.
This bill would have only protected something like "freedom of worship" and Republican Governor Nathan Deal vetoed it, basically allowing even this soft, spongy version of conscience rights to be labeled hate and intolerance.
The NFL and the NBA are tackling issues having nothing to do with football or basketball, and they're putting a full court press on our freedom.
What's the difference between a pet Burmese Python and a human baby? Nothing. Or everything. It depends on your worldview.
There's no question Christians are being persecuted in the Middle East. But is it genocide? Congress finally says yes.
American abortion advocates are using the Zika virus as an excuse to spread abortion in Latin America. We've seen this movie before.
The culture of death is claiming new victims — not only at the beginning of life but also at the end of life. Why killing is never compassion . . .
According to some, including a few folks in government, religious liberty is code for religious bigotry.
It's pretty cool when Congress names a special task force after you. It's even cooler when that task force makes recommendations that advance the cause of justice.
Not getting what you need from the Bible? Well, just listen for God's voice elsewhere, we're told. But here's a fair warning, we often do a convincing impersonation.
The worldwide persecution of Christians reached horrifying heights in 2015. But what do the presidential candidates have to say about it?
It may look like a church, sing like a church, have stained-glass like a church, and call itself a church, but be careful: It might not be a church.
Transgender rights march on; this time, onto the field of competitive athletics. But in the name of fairness, fairness is being threatened.
Garrison Keillor is soon walking off stage, but there's much we can learn from his God-haunted and persistently excellent career.
There's finally an indictment relating to Planned Parenthood's selling of body parts. So why are the forces of death celebrating?
How will we react in the face of disease, adversity, or suffering? The answer has everything to do with how well we know God.
If you worry about climate change, here's something that ought to grab your attention.
There's good news and bad news on the U.S. healthcare situation. The bad news: costs are still rising. The good?
When it comes to Facebook and Twitter, I typically try not to feed the trolls. But today, I'm going to break that policy, or at least bend it.
There are some taxes that folks just love. And in the last two weeks, people have been scrambling to pay one of them. I'm talking about Powerball.
America's favorite sport can be brutal. And a Christian doctor's quest to save football players' lives is the subject of a moving new film.
On Tuesday the President announced executive action on gun control. Now there's no shortage of political takes on the issue. How about a Christian worldview perspective?