The Obama administration is promoting and emphasizing gay rights at the expense of everyone’s God-given freedom of religion.
Once again, government rushes in where business fears to tread.
While some scientists are searching for God, others are merely trying to play the part.
Even though there’s a long way to go, 2011 was a great year for the pro-life movement. I’ll explain why.
As the Professor said in <i>The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe</i>, “I wonder what they <i>do</i> teach them at these schools."
Community, connectedness, conservatism and Christianity. They all go together, and I’ll tell you why.
The next election should be all about the economy, right? Wrong in spades!
What better way to honor Martin Luther King than to celebrate our religious freedom?
Your personal story, in literary form, just might lead others to consider the claims of Christ.
Admit it. Part of you is glad Christmas is over. All that consumerism can really wear you down. And there’s a reason for that.
Did you know that going “green” can also be an effective way to help the poor?
Want to clear the room at a party? Just say something like, “There is such a thing as right and wrong, and everybody knows it.”
BreakPoint's Centurions Program is very much in the news -- in the Washington Post, to be exact.
Tired of your teen sitting on the couch in front of the tube? Give her a good book, one she’ll actually read! But where can you find such a book?
Is modern liberalism sawing off the branch it’s sitting on?
If a woman is forced into an abortion by her husband, is she really exercising her “right to choose”?
December 21, 2012, is the last day listed on what is known as the Mayan "long count calendar." That calendar marks what the Maya -- a now non-existent civilization -- regarded as the end of the present cycle of creation.
Politics used to stop at the water’s edge. But no more. Guess what is now a major focus of our foreign policy?
Squeaky-clean. A proven winner. America should love this guy. Except he has one major flaw.
What do universal human experiences tell us about humans? More importantly, what do they point to?