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Any venue for life requires some framework, and the real framework of American society — belief in God, Judeo-Christian morality and constitutional liberalism — was tacitly discarded by American elites and much of the popular culture in the 20th century.
The Biden administration announced that it will stick to the planned Aug. 31 deadline for withdrawal of all American troops from Afghanistan as concerns grow that the U.S. military might not be able to evacuate all remaining Americans by the end of the month.
With the recent meteoric fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, fears of an “ISIS 3.0” are rising, with many asking questions about the global plans of the Taliban and what will happen next.
Like many Afghan War Veterans, I have watched the rapid Taliban seizure of Afghanistan with much deep emotion. I left my wife and three young children for a 15-month combat mobilization as an Infantry officer adviser to Afghan National Security forces fighting the Taliban.
We recently sat down with Craig Huey to discuss how Christians can vote their values in elections. Huey is an author and a political commentator who has run for Congress, and his newest book, The Christian Voter: 7 Non-Negotiables For Voting For, Not Against, Your Values, released last year.
Movement combats decline in teen church attendance by helping youth see more than just an institution
As Generation Z marks the first truly “post-Christian” generation, with studies showing young people dropping out of Church in droves, a movement has spread to hundreds of churches to foster intergenerational relationships in hopes of keeping young people in the Church.
In my private conversations with Bush administration officials including Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and Condi Rice directly, it became clear to me that they felt that they had to justify the wars along grand humanitarian lines, with objectives of transforming great swaths of the world into the kind of liberal democracies that have historically only emerged from Christian civilizations (or colonies of those civilizations).
As I share in my new book Dare to Believe, God is using their courageous witness to surprise and shock even the most ardent religious skeptics with the cannot-be-faked, unquenchable love of Jesus.
Victimology is not a new religion. It's as old as when Adam and Eve wouldn't own their sin, but passed the blame for it. It's been practiced in thousands of ways for thousands of years.
Tropical Storm Henri’s outer bands started moving over the Northeast Sunday morning, bringing heavy rain hours before its expected landfall in southern New England as more than 35 million people remained under a flood watch in the region.
A young woman in tears dreading the Taliban rule says, “No one cares about us. We’ll die slowly in history.” Being confronted with such tragedies ought to drive us to our knees in prayer. Faced with the worst-case scenario, the people of Afghanistan need a miracle. Here are several ways we can pray for Afghanistan.
As the Taliban continues to gain control of Afghanistan a former Marine, who's now the leader of a nonprofit agency helping victims of trauma, says he's working to bring an Afghan family of eight who converted to Christianity to safety in the U.S.
Christian former NBA star Jeremy Lin shared this week that his health is improving as he battles COVID-19 in China after earlier reporting a slow recovery.
It is horrible to see the collapse of Afghanistan and thousands trying to flee the country before the Islamists take complete control there. What motivates the Taliban who once again are violently asserting power in that country? What makes the Taliban tick?
The great American “bugout” from Afghanistan — a betrayal revealing a level of incompetence from our American military, security and political establishment is both breathtaking and incomprehensible. They have just presided over a national humiliation that will reverberate around the globe with truly legally dangerous consequences extending for the entire life span of virtually all living Americans.
On average, children are first given cell phones at age 10. By age 14, almost half (42 percent) of kids have been exposed to sexting. This number is increasing every year.
Over $2 trillion, over 3,000 lives, and a country that is less safe than it was when we started. Christ told us to count the cost of war before it begins; we ignored Him.
Can you imagine the sense of hopelessness you would feel if you and your children were trying to flee from the Taliban? Picture yourself at the Kabul airport, with young children and luggage in hand, and the Taliban creeping ever closer.
Beloved Christian athlete Tim Tebow holds onto scripture as the former NFL quarterback's dream of playing as a tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars comes to an end.
An MSNBC host is drawing criticism for comparing Republicans and conservative Christians to the Taliban as the terrorist group continues to gain control of Afghanistan.