Remember when those who worried about "death panels" were mocked? Well, it's no joking matter now.
If you step up to the microphone in Britain, you'd better watch what you say. Because if someone is offended, you could be headed to jail.
Well, Christmas is around the corner, and my kids desire many things. But C.S. Lewis thought our desires could be redeemed. I agree.
The Paris climate accord was announced with much pomp and self-congratulations...but let's examine the worldview behind it.
What fuels popular culture? In a word, hype. We, however, should be fueled by something else. Especially during Advent.
The current turmoil on our nation's campuses is just a symptom of a deeper problem: Our universities have lost a vision for education.
Prayer, it seems, is no longer a politically acceptable response to tragedy. Instead, we're being told to put our trust in something else.
With all the craziness happening on university campuses, how do we prepare future collegians before they get there?
Polarization is not just evident in American politics; it's also evident when it comes to religion. And the two are intensifying.
The shooting in Colorado Springs was immediately used to further an agenda. But this doesn't change our agenda at all.
To really help the poor, we must not only change their mindset and worldview — but ours as well!
Cheerfulness and popular culture seem to have had a falling out, and from the looks of it, they're "never, ever, ever getting back together."
What is the most critical issue of our age? The war against religious freedom? ISIS? The definition of marriage? Or what to wear for Halloween?
We might joke around that marijuana backers tend to be all mellow, but mention you oppose legalization — some don't find it funny.
We westerners tend to think that the world should work the way we want it to. But when it doesn't, then what? Here are some lessons from Paris.
The world is asking "why?" again, because of these attacks in Paris. But the worldview of western secularists isn't big enough to make sense of it.
In the heated debate over illegal immigration, some Christians may be missing something: the faith of the new arrivals.
We get asked a lot about marijuana, especially as more states deal with its legalization. We're hoping to give you less smoke, and more substance.
China's one-child policy has become a two-child policy. But make no mistake — it's a new policy but not improved.
Protecting young people from emotional harm is a noble aim, but have we gone a bit overboard?
Is the mission of the Church dealing with culture, or saving souls?
The pro-life movement is making enormous gains and preparing the cultural ground for lasting political change, too. But we're not there yet.
If we hope to see our culture take Christianity seriously, we've got to take it seriously ourselves. In other words, our faith has to be more than just a pastime
At the heart of so much of our cultural confusion today is an impoverished understanding of what love truly is.
On Anastasia Boylan's fourth day in the Writing 115 class at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, an armed man wearing body armor shot the professor and demanded that any of the cowering students who were Christians stand up.