Outrageous! Thousands of Christians are being butchered in Nigeria. Why are we unconcerned?
School violence is increasing at epidemic proportions!
The warnings were dire at Appalachian State University.
When I received the invitation to speak on homosexuality, I told the campus group that invited me that it would be difficult to hold the event. I was right.
There's a good reason to use gendered language when speaking of God.
"We like to say 'peoplekind', not necessarily 'mankind', because it's more inclusive," says Prime Minister Trudeau.
Does God really get involved in sports events? Does He care who wins a boxing match – or a football game?
Has our system gotten totally out of control?
What if God Himself addressed our nation? What would He have to say?
It is almost unimaginable that 46 senators would vote against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
With all respect to our president, he did not die for my sins, and I have not staked my soul's salvation on his reputation.
Michael Gerson wrote in the Washington Post, "The Trump evangelicals have lost their gag reflex." Yes, we evangelicals have made our "political bargain with open eyes."
If ever we needed a reminder of the media's extreme pro-abortion bias we sure witnessed it with the coverage of last week's two marches.
With all respect to Dr. Sara as my brother in the Lord, and having shared with him privately that I'd be responding to his article, allow me to address the issues he raises.
For many of you who could not vote for Trump, it was a matter of conscience. How could you be a "values voter" and yet vote for a man with such abysmal moral values, a thrice-married, playboy, billionaire? But I have a challenge for all of you who still identify as Never Trumpers: Are you willing to be as honest about the accomplishments of President Trump as you are about his failings?
Why would the NASB introduce the word "Palestine" when "Palestine" did not exist at that time.
Maybe we can't stop the world around us from being worldly, but we can certainly step higher ourselves. Our calling is not to join in the ever-encroaching darkness. It's to shine brightly like lights.
I don't know why this is so difficult. When the president does the right thing, we commend him and encourage him. When he does the wrong thing, with full respect for his office, we express our differences. Is this really so hard?
If you insist on branding me "Dangerous Dr. Brown," then I will wear the insult with honor, remembering that Paul's accusers called him a plague, an agitator, and a troublemaker (see Acts 24:5).
Is "evangelical" nearly synonymous with "hypocrite," in particular, because of large-scale evangelical support for President Trump? I would say yes and no.
I will continue to raise my voice against transgender activism, while at the same time encouraging every effort to be made to help these men, women and children find true wholeness.
Michael Wolff's new book attacking the Trump White House has taken the nation by storm.
Hour after hour, with unrelenting intensity, CNN reporters bring the grim news. It appears that President Trump has lost his mind. This is a serious report about a serious story, without any bias or malice. It's looking really grim.
It's true that CNN and the New York Times, among other liberal outlets, have rightly been called out for their failure to report accurately on the protests in Iran.
Looking back a tumultuous year, here are 10 stories that especially caught my attention.