The Christian Post was canceled last week by Twitter, over referring to Biden administration official Rachel Levine with an unsanctioned but arguably accurate descriptive pronoun.
A group of pro-life evangelicals argued in favor of voting Joe Biden into the White House. Do their examples of Democratic post-birth policies really outweigh the fact that more than 60 million babies have been aborted?
Today, by far, the preeminent threat to free speech is the Internet.
Roberts’ decision is contrary to over two centuries of legal precedent, which has recognized that churches and religious gatherings have special protections and the state must show “a compelling interest” in order to limit it.
As we all watch the financial market downturn again try to statistically eclipse the 1929 Crash, it seems appropriate to consider once more whether the vaunted Information Age will be a benefit to modern society or its worst enemy.
CT’s disdainful, dismissive, elitist posture toward their fellow Christians may well do far more long-term damage to American Christianity and its witness than any current prudential support for President Trump will ever cause.
Religious freedom must be for everyone, or we all suffer.
The White House is in danger of misidentifying the times. Political polarization in the nation has reached its next troubling stage.
Many of America's main news sources failed to accurately describe the relationship of Evangelicals to Donald Trump this past weekend. For the sake of our shared profession and the country, we urge them to get this right.
With nothing but truly awful choices in this year's presidential election, what should Evangelical Christian voters do?