Candid admissions of a worldview like this one are rare, but Cecile Richards’ statement perfectly explains her advocacy of abortion at any time for any reason.
We are engaged in a head-long effort to replace the convictions that gave birth to democracy and ordered liberty with a new set of convictions that will lead to the emergence of a very different culture, society, and civilization.
We're currently experiencing the inevitable collision of law and values and Christian conviction.
Leaders who talk about the real world as opposed to the digital world are making a mistake, a category error.
Once again, we face a federal court striking down a constitutional amendment that had been overwhelmingly adopted by the citizens of a state.
Now facing its third millennium, the Christian church faces a moment of great historical importance and opportunity.
The evolution-creation origins debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham attracted a huge international audience and no shortage of controversy.
In a real sense, big-time sports represent America’s new civic religion, and football is its central sacrament.
A God-centered worldview brings every issue, question, and cultural concern into submission to all that the Bible reveals.
America has been at war over abortion for the last four decades and more.
How to be faithful as a seminary student.
To understand the enterprise of science is to know that science is never settled.
Does the legalization of same-sex marriage and polygamy mean the end of all morality laws?
The Pew Research Center’s Religion and Public Life Project recently released data indicating that the issue of evolution still divides Americans.
Does this useful maxim of foreign policy serve Christians well as we think about our current struggles?
As Solomon warned, "Of making many books there is no end." There is no way to read everything, and not everything deserves to be read.
If the virgin birth is just part of a “theological story,” then we are not saved, for only the Incarnate God-Man can save.
Is Christmas also for those who grieve? Such a question would perplex those who experienced the events that night in humble Bethlehem and those who followed Christ throughout his earthly ministry. Christmas is especially for those who grieve.
Patriarch Phil Robertson of the immensely popular TV reality show Duck Dynasty gave an interview to GQ magazine. And now, he has been put on “indefinite suspension” from the program. Why? Because of controversy over his comments on homosexuality.
Make no mistake, TIME did not choose Pope Francis because the editors see him as a Defender of the Catholic Faith...