Rod Anderson

CP Cartoonist

Whitewashing the Red Cross

The Belgian branches of the Red Cross have been told they must remove the organization's iconic red crosses from building walls amid concerns that the Christian symbol will offend non-Christians.

Are Americans Getting Hooked on Astrology Again?

Many Americans, declares an article in the New York Times, are "Leaning on the Stars to Make Sense of the World." Personally I'd rather "lean" on the One Who made the stars to make sense of the world. He has revealed Himself not only in the stars, but much more clearly in His Word.

ISIS Threats Cast a Shadow Over Christmas

A security expert has warned that the Islamic State terror group's warnings of violence and bloodshed over the Christmas holiday season need to be taken seriously, given the lone wolf attacks that continue rattling the world.

Atheists Call the Nativity 'Fake News'

American Atheists, one of the largest secular organizations in the country, is again urging people to skip church this Christmas in new billboard ads attacking the birth of Jesus Christ, calling it "fake news."

Married at Home, but at Church Alone

Stepping inside a church building alone is difficult for most people. Walking in as a 'married-single' challenges every ounce of courage one can muster. Sunday after Sunday this is a recurring struggle for those of us who love Jesus and love a spouse who is not a believer.

Debunking the 'Killer Planet' Scare

A NASA scientist took aim at continuing internet theories about Nibiru, or Planet X, a supposedly hidden planet in the solar system that could destroy the Earth, and said that such predictions do not hold to logic.

The Story of 'A Christmas Carol'

Generations have seen numerous adaptations of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol in books, stage plays, movies and cartoons. And starting next week fans of the age-old classic can experience the story like never before — through the eyes of Dickens himself.

The Temptation of a Credit Card Christmas

I want to take advantage of all the good sales happening for Black Friday but I can't afford to pay for it all in cash right now. Is it ok to put it on the credit card and pay it off when I get my Christmas bonus? It seems like a waste to not get a good deal!

What Does 'Reproductive Rights' Really Mean?

We have always known that pro-abortion rhetoric is built on misleading slogans and deceptive terms. But I was reminded today of just how deceptive much of the terminology is when I read a 2016 interview with actor Kelsey Grammer.

Will 'Personalized Learning' Turn Kids Into Lab Rats?

As education-technology lobbyists persuade policy-makers that "personalized learning" is the golden ticket to academic achievement, parents must understand exactly what this concept is and what it means for children. What they discover should trigger a rebellion.

'But It's Not Discrimination When I Do It!'

A number of religious freedom activists, political leaders and clergy spoke at a rally in Colorado Wednesday in defense of a Christian baker's right to act in accordance with his religious convictions and refuse to bake cakes for same-sex weddings.

Letting Your Faith Shine in the Social Media Age

As Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington gears up for the release of his next film, "Roman J. Israel, Esq.," he's calling on the next generation to be unashamed of their faith and convictions in this day and age of social media.

Mourning for Sutherland Springs

Ecclesiastes wrote that there is "a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance" (Eccl. 3:4). Now is a time to mourn, a time to weep. Now is a time to grieve with those who grieve and hurt with those who hurt.

America Believes in Religious Freedom!

Nearly seven in 10, or 68 percent of Americans believe that bakers should not be forced to make cakes for gay weddings if it goes against their religious beliefs, a major national survey has found.