At $13 billion a year, the porn industry piles up more revenue than any of the major sports organizations. Are Americans becoming bigger fans of pornography than of major-league sports? Well, there’s nothing "sporting" about how pornography is affecting our youth.
The message our culture now sends is clear: An unintended pregnancy, particularly for a young person, is a virtual death sentence – at least it was in a pre-Roe America. Thanks to that landmark ruling, however, your youngster's momentary lapse in judgment need not have life-altering consequences. A quick trip to the friendly neighborhood Planned Parenthood is all that's needed.
American football athlete and outspoken Christian Tim Tebow cancelled after being under fire for agreeing to speak at a church that some have called anti-gay. The church's teachings are the established consensus of the Christian church over its 2,000-year history. This is significant.
Life is full of little ironies, isn't it? Forty years after Roe v. Wade, the so-called "pro-choice" movement, which has championed the legal destruction of 55 million unborn humans since 1973, is seeking a more youthful image.
North Korea is in a league of its own when it comes to persecution of Christians. Research estimates there are as many as 70,000 Christians in the country’s gulags out of an estimated 200,000 prisoners.
The announcement by the Obama administration that it was making changes to what is now referred to as the "contraception mandate" should not be allowed to pass without comment.
In condemning slavery, Lincoln often referred to God's justice, the Golden Rule, and the curse requiring Adam to provide for himself by his own labor, not someone else's.
In the end, we the people are responsible for our own safety and that of our families, neighbors and loved ones – and we have a constitutionally protected right to the tools necessary to secure that safety.
The center of the front page of the Feb. 8 New York Times proclaims, "Rat-Size Ancestor Said to Link Man and Beast."
The Scout oath requires boys (and leaders) to be "morally straight." Putting openly homosexual men and boys into Scout troops would be a direct violation of that oath.
Forty years later, 54,559,615 abortions. When I saw this number, my heart ached for the lives lost, the smiles never seen, the faces never kissed and the laughter never heard.
Americans are living in an age where the actions of government increasingly come into conflict with Christian values.
Who is the face of persecution today? Based on the data gathered for the 2013 World Watch List, there are six types of Christians most likely to be persecuted around the globe.
The Obama administration is considering 19 "executive actions" against our right to keep and bear arms. So-called assault weapons bans, universal background checks, and ammunition restrictions move us that much closer to a kingly denial of a guaranteed right. Meanwhile, how many unborn babies have died today?
What are you saying, Mr. President? Is our "practice" of our faith going to be limited to freedom to worship inside our churches and houses of worship, as you punish us for holding to our religious beliefs on Monday through Saturday at our places of work and as we speak out on public forums?
January 16 is Religious Freedom Day -- a day to celebrate the adoption of Thomas Jefferson's Virginia Statute for Establishing Religious Freedom. Why celebrate it? We might start by remembering a history of religious discrimination and persecution.
Millions of Americans are already outraged by the Obamacare mandate that employers provide contraceptives and abortifacient drugs in their health insurance plans. And rightly so. More Americans should be alarmed than are already.
The founders would not agree at all with the tyranny of the current administration in enforcing the HHS mandate -- a mandate that would never have come to be unless President Obama had given what now appears to be an empty promise that Obamacare would not fund abortion.
Embracing suicide for the elderly would represent a radical departure from our founding values and a tragic step backward in the political progress for which so many have sacrificed their lives.
Every day, Jesus works miracles in our lives. A lot of times we’re just too busy to recognize them. This Christmas, our little tree will remind our family, once again, to recognize the gift that has been given to us and to share it with others.