This Sunday night, the History Channel will begin a 10-part series called "The Bible." The film is the best depiction I have seen of events written in God's word.
On Friday, government must cut spending, but of course it is doing no such thing. It will have to reduce the rate of increased spending, which to Washington is a cut.
You would think the maiden speech by our new Secretary of State would bear some semblance to reality; something about the dangerous state of the world and America's role in it. If you thought that you would be wrong. Instead, John Kerry spoke about climate change.
No matter how much evidence piles up, governments in the UK and here in America are not confronting the threat of Islamic terrorism among us.
There has never been an archaeological discovery in Israel that has disproved the Bible. Not one. And since archaeology constantly confirms biblical truth, what the Bible says about Jesus and his redemptive life, death and resurrection is also true.
He's said it before and he'll probably say it again. In his State of the Union address Wednesday night, President Obama said all his proposals would not add a single dime to the debt. Really?
It was remarkable to hear the president's basic philosophy undermined by a brilliant doctor. We need more people like that who speak the truth.
While the number of converts remains small in France, annual conversions have doubled in the past 25 years, presenting a growing challenge to that country, according to anti-terrorism officials.
Nothing to worry about, Hagel indicated, when it comes down to previous comments about the Pentagon needing to be "pared down," his opposition to a U.S. missile defense system, his support of eliminating nuclear weapons, his long history of opposing sanctions on Iran, and of course his reference to "the Jewish lobby."
The big media don't always display their biases in visible ways. Sometimes they reveal them by what they don't do. This past Sunday offered two glaring examples of media bias by omission.
Here's my analysis of President Obama's second inaugural address: He talked about being one nation, but he sought to divide. He speaks of compromise, but he won't. He talked about getting costs under control, but plans to continue to spend and raise our $16 trillion debt.
Today is the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruling that has left 55 million babies dead and many women physically scarred and emotionally and spiritually damaged.
So what's next? Now that the truth is out that if this president isn't a socialist, he certainly gives a very good impression of one, watch for him to ratchet up the "government-is-your-savior" line and impose even more liberal policies through intimidation of Republicans, more class warfare, even higher taxes and regulations, and a petulant, uncooperative spirit.
Most of the president's proposals won't work because we don't respect life and teach we evolved from slime, not that we were created by God. We're paying a price for ignoring God and gun violence is just one example.
Vice President Biden is scheduled to unveil today the administration's plans for restricting gun ownership and chipping away at the Second Amendment. He won't put it that way, but that will be the result.
Frankly, I'm glad Giglio is not praying at Obama's inauguration. What would he pray for? Would he ask God to bless the most pro-gay, pro-abortion president in history?
The Obama administration, in conjunction with other far-left politicians and groups, is about to launch the greatest threat to the Second Amendment we have ever faced.
Two questions: Since the Washington Cathedral will allow same-sex marriages, what would they prohibit and based on whose authority? Second question: If the church wants to mirror the world, what's the point of having a church?
Egypt's Christians were worried about their safety as they marked the first orthodox Christmas under Islamist rule. Some complained their lives have gone from bad to worse in the nearly two years since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. They are not alone.
The Obama administration reportedly is planning to propose strict new gun laws in the aftermath of last month's school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. More laws will not keep those who would guns to kill or harm others from getting one or finding other means to kill.