I believe there is a common thread that unites the new atheism, the radical left, and the gay activist revolution. It is the philosophy that says, "We will not have God and His Son rule over us!"
With all the major, life critical issues taking place in America and around the globe, it is absolutely mind-boggling that President Obama has decided to declare war on so-called "conversion therapy," joining in the battle to outlaw professional counseling for minors struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction or gender identity confusion.
How Can Christians and the LGBT Community Live In Harmony?:The New York Times Wants Us to Rewrite the Bible
How can the religious community live in peace and harmony with the LGBT community? New York Times columnist Frank Bruni has the solution. Just rewrite the Bible.
You can readily see how much my heart beats with yours in calling for Christian leaders to stand and be counted, regardless of cost or consequence.
MSNBC's Ed Schulz's Response When Religious Freedom Facts Are Presented: Cut Ryan Anderson's Mic Off!
Have you ever seen a little child put his hands over his ears while shouting, "I'm not listening!" That's what MSNBC's Ed Schulz did to the Heritage Foundation's Ryan Anderson on Monday, turning off Anderson's microphone rather than responding to his factual presentation.
Protesters are demonstrating, the Obama administration is speaking out, the mainstream media is in an uproar, major companies are threatening boycotts, and even the NCAA is concerned that a new bill signed into law by Indiana governor Mike Pence could negatively impact the "inclusive" culture of college sports.
The United Nations, already infamous for its frequent displays of anti-Israel bias, has outdone itself this time.
Predictably, some of the defenders of Creflo Dollar's appeal for donors to buy him a $65 million private jet accused those of us who took issue with this unnecessary extravagance of having the same attitude as Judas. This is an absurd, ugly, and even dangerous misuse of the words of Jesus.
I'm all for generous giving, and I'm all for taking care of ministers of the gospel, but I will not be sending Creflo Dollar $300 to help him buy a $65 million jet for his ministry. The very thought of it is obscene.
I would love to go a month – or even a week – without having to address this, but the cycle of social madness continues unabated, all centered on the "T" of LGBT, namely, transgender.
It has been called "The History-Making Gay Kiss," as "The Fosters" TV show, which airs during prime time on the ABC Family network, featured the "Youngest Same-Sex TV Kiss Ever." Yes, on a so-called "family friendly" network, two 13-year-old boys locked lips, and gay activists and their allies are celebrating the moment.
Now that TIME Magazine has told us that transgender is the new black, I'm going to say something politically incorrect: Your gender is not whatever you think it is. Put another way, there is no such thing as, "My gender is 'fill in the blank.'"
If "love is love" and "everyone should have the right to marry the one they love," then why can't any number of people come together in "marriage"?
When you look at the endless problems we face in society today, it's easy to think, "But what I can do? I'm just one person."
For those who had any questions, Rob Bell has now made himself totally clear: He is willing to trash parts of the Bible as "letters from 2,000 years ago" when God's Word contradicts his views on same-sex "marriage."
In the name of anti-discrimination, the City Council of Charlotte, North Carolina is poised to discriminate against people of conservative moral values, also imposing the struggles of a tiny minority on every man, woman, and child who lives or works in Charlotte or might happen to visit the city.
In a three-day period, there was a remarkable shakeup in the world of secular media. What are we to make of it?
I'm pleased to see that the Southern Poverty Law Center has come to its senses and apologized to Dr. Ben Carson, removing him from their "extremist" list. But they need to apologize to me too, since I'm still on their list, along with a number of other Christian leaders whom they have branded anti-gay extremists.
How should we respond if the Supreme Court rules to redefine marriage in June? What do we do if same-sex "marriage" becomes the law of the land?
As serious as these issues are, I believe the greatest moral crisis in America is the lack of the consciousness of God, beginning in the Church.
Outspoken British atheist Stephen Fry was recently asked what he would say to God if such a being really existed and he encountered him/her/it after death. His reply was passionate, eloquent, defiant, and irreverent. I wonder what God might say to him.
When the Seattle Seahawks made their "miraculous" comeback against the Green Bay Packers, it looked like God was with Russell Wilson, the openly Christian quarterback of the Seahawks who was in tears of praise after the game.
One month ago, headlines proclaimed, "Grandson of Billy Graham: The Pulpit is No Place to Speak on Social Issues."
Although I am no longer an American youth, I am an American, and on behalf of others in my country, I would like to respond to your open letter to Western youth.
The news that George Perdikis, co-founder of The Newsboys, has renounced the Lord and proclaimed himself an atheist brought shock and pain to believers who have been blessed by their music for years.