Slothfulness is the defining sin of our era.
I’m guessing that for a family court judge, no docket beats adoption day.
These are two more-or-less random stories--Bashar al Assad, al-Qaeda, and a federal judge in Kentucky have little in common on the face of it.
“We can't afford to get married,” often means, “We can’t afford the lavish wedding which is what we or others expect. We’ll do that someday when we have the money.”
God is not our companion in the tasks of the day. We are his companions and because of that, the work we do becomes redemptive work. Even mundane tasks have eternal purpose.
Forty-one years ago, on January 22, 1973, in its misbegotten Roe v. Wade decision, the U. S. Supreme Court unleashed a moral plague that has since then claimed the lives of fifty-five million (that’s 55,000,000) unborn Americans. So I’m freezing on the National Mall with hundreds of thousands of men and women, children and youth at the annual March for Life.
I confess: I think the TV show South Park is amazing social commentary and satire. Having said that, the last episode I watched made me want to cry.
The Internet can be very useful and can also be a mind-numbing time suck.
“Love, not biology makes a family,” is among the vilest and most pernicious lies floating infecting culture today
Entitlement is an All-American national pastime.
I’m not a sports fan, though if the NFL gave up the ghost tomorrow, I would feel sad for my son and other fans.
When Tim Schaefer was sixteen years old he was contemplating suicide.
The entire gay rights movement begins with the assertion that sexual orientation and gender identity are just like race.
We need someone who will knock the game over and call attention to the fact that something is out of whack on Capitol Hill.
Evangelism and worldview change require communication. We need to engage others with the truth of Christianity.
Most books that look at the reasons to believe the Christian message offer arguments. And while there’s nothing wrong with arguments, our hearts are wired to respond to stories.
Our world is plastic, insulated, image-driven and filled with thousands of minor luxuries. Ever day we either choose to live heavenly truth in our personal, sexual, family, economic, political, community and spiritual lives or we fade into the hellish unreality that comes of living the lie. And we do it with no one to blame but ourselves.
First Amendment to the Constitution guaranteeing religious freedom or no First Amendment to the Constitution guaranteeing religious freedom, it's happening everywhere: claims of gay rights are hollowing out our religious liberty.
Students in elementary through high school in California and Massachusetts may now choose their gender based on their interior self-knowledge rather than their anatomy.
When Moses, about to die, handed leadership over to Joshua, he told him repeatedly, "Be strong and courageous." Why? Because the virtue of courage is vital to successful leadership particularly when the flow of events run in dangerous directions and need to be stopped.