When a Canadian woman strangled her newborn, the jury said it was murder. But the judge had other ideas.
Did you know shopping online could be considered a homophobic activity? Neither did I.
No wonder the people's faith in government is at historic lows.
With all the new media options, you’d think media bias wouldn’t be a problem for Christians. Well, you’d be wrong.
I know firsthand that American politics is a rough-and-tumble game. But when it turns ugly, Christians have got to show a better way.
Why all the media celebration over the end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”? You’d almost think there’s another agenda at work here.
There are plenty of bioethicists who believe in the sanctity of life. But tragically, as one disturbing trend shows, there are also plenty who don't.
Remember those fast-food commercials that said, “Have it your way”? Americans are doing just that … with their faith.
It is time to reverse our nation’s ethical free fall. And this week, on September 24, we’ll get started in a big way.
Officials tried to exclude God from the 9/11 memorial service in New York last week, but they failed. God never left Gotham!
For many 18-to-23-year-olds, right and wrong is judged by how a particular action made them feel.
To Google, it appears that some nonprofits are more equal than others.
One of the best ways couples can protect their children is also the most simple — by getting married.
There’s an important lesson that we in the West should have learned from 9/11. But did we learn it?
We’ve been told over and over that America is trending away from religion. But is that true?
So now merely expressing orthodox Christian beliefs makes a political candidate a theocrat?
Note: This commentary first aired on September 2, 1991. In light of the twentieth anniversary of "BreakPoint," we're re-airing it today.