Rod Anderson

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A Call for Football Coaches to Protest With Prayer

Popular evangelist Franklin Graham has called on high school football coaches across the country to kneel in prayer after their games next Friday in response to a U.S. appeals court ruling against a public school football coach in Washington who was punished for praying.

Should Evangelicals Look for a New Label?

A panel of prominent Christian ethicists and pastors said that it is important to define what an evangelical actually is in discussions with people who may not be familiar with the term, warning that sometimes people may have a very wrong idea about evangelicals and what they stand far.

No Race Is 'Supreme' — Christ Is!

In all of this talk about supremacy: I want to be very clear. Christians believe in supremacy. In fact, Christians believe in exclusive absolute supremacy. Shocked? But I'm not talking about purple supremacy or green supremacy, black supremacy or white supremacy.

Is It the End of the Line for ISIS?

Iraqi security forces launched an offensive to take back the city of Tal Afar on Sunday, their next objective in the U.S.-backed campaign to defeat Islamic State militants, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said.

Is the Media Soft on Leftist Violence?

The question is not, "Is Antifa as bad as the KKK? Are radical leftists as evil as neo-Nazis?" Rather, the question is, "Should the media highlight acts of hatred and violence when carried out by the left?" And, "Should the media call out political leaders who do not denounce these acts?"

China to America: I Know You Are But What Am I?

China is pushing back against the U.S. State Department's annual religious freedom report that highlights the Communist government's persecution of Christians and religious minorities, stating that the U.S. needs to solve its own problems with white supremacist violence.

Christianity Grows in Iran

The massive rise of Christianity in Iran, especially among youths, continues despite the Islamic government's efforts to suppress the faith. Even Islamic leaders admitted that more and more young people are choosing to follow Christ.

Is Iceland Performing Eugenics Through Abortion?

Prominent evangelical leader James Dobson has responded to a CBS News report that's lauding the European nation of Iceland for being on the verge of "eradicating Down syndrome births" by aborting 100 percent of babies diagnosed during prenatal screenings.

Is Social Media Shutting Down Christian Opinions?

The recent events at Google, with the firing of James Damore for his manifesto on viewpoint diversity, along with Google's announcement that it will be working with the ADL to flag "controversial" videos on YouTube, should be a loud and clear warning to any who are still in denial.

The Science of Gender

The percentage of American adults who identify as transgender has doubled over the past decade to about 1.4 million people. And that number is expected to increase, especially as more children are now beginning to identify as someone of the opposite gender.

When Is War Justified by the Bible?

While our Constitution clarifies that only Congress has the power to declare war, it's a very different thing to suggest that the Bible justifies war in the 21st century. It's not as clear as some well-meaning Christians may think, and the consequences of confusion over this could be horrendously irreversible if there were to be a nuclear conflict.

The Underworld of ISIS Art Smugglers

Two art traders involved in a trading network that sells millions of dollars worth of ancient art and artifacts stolen by the Islamic State have shared details behind how valued pieces of Iraqi and Syrian history went from the hands of cold-blooded terrorists to collectors in the West.

Is Someone Embezzling From Your Church?

About one in 10 Protestant churches has had someone embezzle funds, according to a new survey by LifeWay Research, which says it could be due to churches' reliance on volunteers to handle their finances.

Can Pastors Have a Drink?

A few years ago, I attended a conference where pastors were encouraged to meet at a pub after the general sessions. A few of these pastors could exercise their liberty, but why publicly? I wondered how many people at the conference stumbled because of it.