The quote was so shocking that I'm shocked it didn't get more attention.
For more than a decade, I've been warning that those who came out of the closet — meaning, gay activists — want to put conservative Christians in the closet.
Let me make three unequivocal statements about the wave of protests and violence at recent Donald Trump events.
Ever since Donald Trump began to surge as a candidate last year, Christians have been pointing to the book of Isaiah and comparing Trump with the ancient Persian king Cyrus.
I have the utmost respect for your many years of faithful ministry, for your gracious and unflinching witness for the Lord, and for your devotion to His people over decades of service.
Put simply, can anyone who is in any true sense of the word pro-life praise the nation's largest and most aggressive abortion provider, despite other services they perform?
As I write these words, I am literally on my knees, praying as I write.
I hear it all the time, and as quickly as I hear it, I reject it.
If Donald Trump ends up being our next president, I will pray that he will be the greatest president we have ever had and I will fervently hope that I'm absolutely wrong about all of my concerns.
Will you inconvenience, embarrass, and potentially endanger 997 citizens for the sake of three out of a thousand who identify as transgender?
We knew this was coming and we told you this was coming, yet many people still refuse to believe us.
When the legendary boxing promoter Bob Arum was challenged about the veracity of one of his past statements, he famously replied, "Yesterday I was lying, today I am telling the truth."
It is unfortunate that the Ted Cruz campaign and Rep. Steve King sent out misleading and even erroneous information about Dr. Ben Carson's campaign plans, for which Cruz and King have apologized. But CNN is also to blame, and its self-righteous, overly-indignant condemnation of the Cruz campaign exposes its own hypocrisy.
Pro-Abortionists Mad at Doritos for Showing Ultrasound, 'Humanizing Fetus'; Have They Lost Their Minds?
Two tweets in the last week, one from Cosmopolitan and one from NARAL, reveal the depravity of these radical pro-abortionists.
If you've been following my ministry for any length of time, you know that I constantly address issues of concern to me in the news, whether they have to do with moral, cultural or spiritual issues and whether they pertain to America, Israel, or the nations.
Think back to our greatest presidents, from Washington to Lincoln to Reagan. All of them were men of integrity, regardless of the depth of their religious faith. All of them had a strong moral base that guided them.
In light of your not-unexpected endorsement of Donald Trump for president, I have some candid questions for you.
Why not put the issues on the table? Why not air our differences and challenge the validity of one another's opinions? What does the other side have to hide?
We all understand that politicians will be political, emphasizing one point to one audience and another point to another audience. We also understand that people's views can genuinely change, including the views of politicians.
As someone born and raised in New York, and as a supporter of Ted Cruz for president, I took great interest in the exchange between Donald Trump and Senator Cruz on the subject of "New York values" during last week's presidential debate.
For many years the question has been asked, "Why is it that we don't see revival?"
In the last few days and weeks, with relatively little public fanfare, radical legislation was enacted in New York City and Washington State to protect the rights of those who identify as transgender — at the cost of everyone else. And when I say "cost," I'm not exaggerating.
With a view towards curbing abusive posts, Twitter has established new, stricter guidelines, stating, "We do not tolerate behavior that crosses the line into abuse, including behavior that harasses, intimidates, or uses fear to silence another user's voice."
What does 2016 hold in store for us, and how should we respond?
It used to be pretty simple. A man marries a woman. They have a baby together. The man is the father and woman is the mother.