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.
The ground is not ours to give up. Holding these beliefs isn’t some form of cultural construct in favor of white people — it’s just orthodox Christianity
Sometimes we just need someone to help show us the way, to inspire us to take action. That someone were our pilot friends at Southwest Airlines, who just happened to have their moral compasses pointing due North.
During the debate, as Luther faced down the emperor during the Diet of Worms, he uttered these now-famous lines, known for their ringing courage and refusal to compromise the truth, no matter the cost:
The seemingly unending war on gender and biological sex has opened up yet another violent front. This time, it’s an effort to further (falsely) erase any difference between men and women in the military draft.
Find a church that preaches God’s Word faithfully, holds out the uncompromised Gospel of Christ, and sings songs that take your eyes off of you and fixes them on the throne of God above.
Last week, President Biden, the leader of the free world, stepped up to the White House podium and announced a series of unilateral, federal actions to compel more Americans to get a COVID vaccine. It was a historic speech for a variety of reasons — and none of them good.
Something rather seismic happened in the evangelical blogosphere recently. If you missed it, I want to bring it to your attention now because it shows how far south — and sour — conversations about race and identity have gone in evangelical circles and also because what happened serves as an important object lesson, revealing two key truths about the “race conversation” that all faithful Christians should take to heart.