Some new information has come to light that I think is particularly bad for Moore.
This is simply disturbing. This is a prime example of politics corrupting faith. Prayers should NEVER be partisan.
I never thought I would see a day when anyone was harangued for offering prayer for the victims of a tragedy.
Dr. Ben Carson has had a rough couple of days. Carson who is running for president, doing well fundraising, and has fared well in the polls may have taken a big hit with pro-life activists he will need if he plans to win the Iowa Caucus.
I wanted to write a quick synopsis of the FAMiLY Leadership Summit on Saturday
Monday afternoon President Obama held a press conference on the threat of ISIS after meeting with military leaders at the Pentagon. He said the United States "will never be at war with Islam" and that "ideologies are not defeated with guns."
U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has a greater ability to reach evangelicals than his father former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) did in 2012, and he is reaching out.
The world, at least the social media world, took note of former Olympian Bruce Jenner unveiling himself as "Caitlyn" Jenner.
Matthew Lee Anderson wrote a fabulous piece at Mere Orthodoxy on the religious liberty debate we are currently having in the context of the rise of the legal momentum that LGBT activists have seen.
Hillary Clinton's campaign arranged an education roundtable at a satellite campus of Kirkwood Community College in Monticello, Iowa.
Shane Vander Hart of Caffeinated Thoughts sat down for an executive interview with Gov. Bobby Jindal.
The Gates-Funded Collaborative for Student Success rolled out pro-Common Core print and radio ads in Iowa last week and they are launching TV ads this week.
Get real! It's time for Republican candidates to stop feeding the media "animals" who ask asinine questions such as these.
This is a perilous time. Divorce and co-habitation have weakened marriage. We have been too complacent in our responses to these trends. Now marriage is being fundamentally redefined, and we are being tested yet again. If we fail to take clear action, we risk falsifying God's Word.
My pastor shared on Facebook yesterday an article on Christians and alcohol that made me uncomfortable. Not because the Holy Spirit was convicting me, but because, in my opinion, lacked grace and it killed actual dialogue on the issue. This will be an issue that will forever be debated among Christians. This prompted me to revive an article I wrote in 2009 on the subject.