As CRT-infected thinking has swept across our nation we have traded a “hagiography of American history” for a “hamartiography of American history.” In other words, instead of looking at our past and seeing it full of “saints” (that’s hagiography), it’s full of irredeemable sinners (that’s the hamartiography).
This law in Oklahoma might not make the Planned Parenthood operators love unborn children, but it sure can stop them from aborting those precious babies, and I think that’s pretty important.
Justice is an important and clarifying lens with which to consider this unfolding event. These awful photos show, for all the world to see, that a grave evil — a great injustice — has been committed. We dare not look away.
So, what should evangelicals do in response to such accusations claiming that, among other things, we have “corrupted a faith” and “fractured a nation?” How should pastors and faithful pew-fillers in churches across the nation reply? Not with second guessing. No, we should respond like Nehemiah.
let’s keep our minds clear, our speech honest, our prayers fervent, and our hopes fixed on Christ. He is the one who will reverse the curse as far as it is found — and that includes collegiate swimming pools.
Statism is what happens when the collective hubris of modern man joins forces to resurrect the tower of Babel, except this time instead of a tower to Heaven it’s bureaucrats building a monument to two years’ worth of inerrant and inspired CDC guidelines. Statism was a distant threat a few decades ago — statism is the enemy breaching our gates today.
Take back your kids. God gave them to you, not to the government. And by doing so, you take the first step in taking back our country.
For the sake of our children and the sake of our country, we must begin to balance the checkbook. Our future — their future — depends on it.
What does it mean to be pro-life? Is that different than being pro-birth? Is being “just” pro-birth a bad thing?
When Condoleezza Rice is slandered as a ‘foot soldier of white supremacy,' it is no longer about race
More than restoring our statues and more than cleaning up our speech, we need repentance. After that, the rest will follow. Perhaps then, Rice can get the apology she deserves.