The debt ceiling is now a political abstraction, used by both parties to create a pseudo-event. Conservatives should be particularly unwilling to participate in such a charade.
A Christian pastor has been effectively disinvited from delivering an inaugural prayer because he believes and teaches Christian truth.
The thrust of the TIME cover story is clear — the fundamental victory won by abortion rights activists in Roe is now being eroded and is in threat of further weakening. But is it?
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.
Even in the face of such a tragedy, Christians must speak. We will have to speak in public about this evil, and we will have to speak in private about this horrible crime. How should Christians think and pray in the aftermath of such a colossal crime?
In the waning days of Newsweek as a print magazine, the editors decided to take on the New Testament. Readers should note carefully that it is Newsweek, and not the New Testament, that is going out of print.
Ministers are called and charged to feed the sheep, to tend the flock of God, and to guard the sheep entrusted to our care.
French president François Hollande recently announced that he wants French schools to put an end to homework in order to level the playing field for the nation’s students.
Russia is in the grip of an apocalyptic fever. The New York Times reports that Russians across the nation’s nine time zones are in the grip of a mass hysteria of sorts -- and it’s all about the end of the world.
Christians are rightly concerned about the family crisis in the society, and we must work to protect and defend the family against its enemies. But, long before the society at large will care about our perspective on the family crisis, the church must humbly and faithfully show the world what God intended from the beginning, for His glory and for our good.
The last three decades have seen the emergence of a renaissance in leadership, and the deep hunger for leaders has never been more evident than now. Like me, you want to grow as a leader and to be ready for all the leadership opportunities that you may be called to accept.
Several lessons emerge in the immediate aftermath of the election and Christians should consider them carefully.
Christians face the responsibility to vote, not only as citizens, but as Christians who seek to honor and follow Christ in all things. But, beyond the vote, we also bear responsibility to pray for our nation.
The coming of Halloween is a good time for Christians to remember that evil spirits are real and that the Devil will seize every opportunity to trumpet his own celebrity.
The controversy over comments made by U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock reveals the undeniable ugliness of American politics. At the same time, the media firestorm underscores the importance of getting the pro-life position right -- and expressing it well.
There was indeed "something genuinely disturbing and scary" said with reference to the vice presidential debate, but it wasn’t said by Paul Ryan.
Meet the unaffiliated. An increasing number of Americans identify with no church, denomination or religious tradition, and this development represents a truly significant shift in the nation’s pattern of belief.
It is now modern secular liberalism which poses as the great rival to orthodox Christianity.
Joel Osteen was back on CNN this week, and viewers saw a display of confusion, evasion and equivocation coming from one presented as a Christian pastor. What they were really seeing is the total theological bankruptcy of the word of faith movement and the gospel of positive thinking.
"The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife"? Not hardly. This is sensationalism masquerading as scholarship. Nevertheless, do not miss what all this really represents -- an effort to replace biblical Christianity with an entirely new faith.