January 27, 2020
The Death of NBA Icon Kobe Bryant: Understanding Multiple Layers of Grief in the Aftermath of the Death of a Superstar President Trump Becomes First President to Speak in Person at the March for Life: Why Have Other Pro-Life Presidents Not Addressed the Annual March? Trump Administration Backs Up Appearance at March for Life with Significant Pro-Life Action: There Is No Middle Position Between Life and Death The post Monday, January 27, 2020 appeared first on
January 24, 2020
Coronavirus Spreads in China as Government Quarantines 25 Million People: Echoes of Plagues Past, Present, and Future Apocalypse Coming: The Doomsday Clock Reminds Us That Humans Share a God-Given Sense of a Coming Reckoning Christopher Tolkien Dies at 95: Remembering the Beloved Son, Youngest Inkling, and Faithful Steward of Middle Earth The post Friday, January 24, 2020 appeared first on
January 23, 2020
Is the Impeachment Trial Just about Gaining Votes? The Political Nature of the Trial on Full Display in Yesterday’s Proceedings 47 Years after Roe v. Wade: A Sobering Look at the Deadly and Contagious Logic of the Central Sacrament of the Sexual Revolution Surrender Isn’t Enough for the Moral Revolution: In the Wake of an Advertising Controversy, CEO of Hallmark Channel Is Out The post Thursday, January 23, 2020 appeared first on
January 22, 2020
Impeachment Update: What Happened Yesterday in the Impeachment Trial of the President of the United States? (Answer: Not Much) The “Good Pope” and the “Bad Pope” on Priestly Celibacy: A Cultural Storyline Not Limited to an Oscar-Nominated Netflix Film A Moral Revolution on the Dance Floor: The Necessity of Determining Convictions Before the Dance Ever Begins The post Wednesday, January 22, 2020 appeared first on
January 21, 2020
Formal Proceedings of the Impeachment Trial Begin Today in U.S. Senate: How Did We Get to This Point and What Should We Expect as the Trial Begins? Supreme Court to Hear Case on Indirect Public Funding of Private Schools: A Reminder That When Religious Liberty Is Compromised for Anyone, It Is Violated for Everyone Trump Administration Announces New Guidance on Religious Expression in Public Schools: An Important Policy Statement with Much at Stake The post Tuesday, January 21, 2020 appeared first on
January 20, 2020
A Christian School Caught in the Act of Being a Christian School: National Media Blasts Christian Academy For Acting Upon Biblical Conviction The Coming Reckoning for Every Christian Church, School, and Organization: The Warning Is Clear ‘Do Not Evangelize a Child’? The (Controversial) Responsibility of Christian Parents to Teach Their Children the Faith The post Monday, January 20, 2020 appeared first on
January 17, 2020
Virginia Votes to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment: Why This Proposed Constitutional Amendment Is Undoubtedly on Its Way to the Supreme Court What Does the Equal Rights Amendment Mean? Why the Moral Revolutionaries Are Seizing the Definition of ‘Sex’ From Red to Blue: How Changing Demographics Led to the Political Transformation of Virginia Should a Woman Serve as President? Are American Evangelicals as Unsure on the Question as It Might Seem? The post Friday, January 17, 2020 appeared first on
January 16, 2020
The Dictator’s Dilemma—Stay in Power or Leave Feet First: Raw Power on Display in Moscow as Putin Seeks to Hold Power Indefinitely In the U.S. Constitutional Order, Who Has the Power to Initiate War? Dictatorship or Democracy? The Clash of Worldviews The post Thursday, January 16, 2020 appeared first on
January 15, 2020
Where Do We Stand on the Issue of Abortion at the Beginning of 2020? Issue 1: Current Threats to Conscience Protections for Medical Professionals Issue 2: Government Healthcare Plans that Fund Abortion Will Require a Separate Billing for Abortion Coverage—Yes, It Matters Issue 3: Democratic Presidential Candidates Put Radical Abortion Views on Full Display in New York Times Survey Issue 4: The Ever Widening Partisan Gap on Abortion Issue 5: The Fight for Vocabulary in the Abortion Debate—Why the Pro-Abortion Movement Hates ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ The post Wednesday, January 15, 2020 appeared first on
January 14, 2020
The Stage Is Set For Tonight’s Democratic Debate Without Marianne Williamson and Cory Booker: New Age Guru Is Out, But Liberal Social Positions Are Still In Should Nature Have the Same Legal Rights as Humans? The Inevitable Confusion When Biblical Authority Is Eclipsed Sir Roger Scruton Dies at 75: Gratefully Remembering a Giant of Conservative Thought The post Tuesday, January 14, 2020 appeared first on
January 13, 2020
A Condescending Attack on the Doctrine of Hell in the New York Times: Since When Does the Times Care About Theology? What Is Now Considered Good Religion or Bad Religion? Who Is a Good Conservative or a Bad Conservative? A Look at the Modern Carnival of Cultural Acceptance The Cultural Games Christians Can’t Play: What Moral Change Will the Left Demand and Celebrate in the Coming Decade? The post Monday, January 13, 2020 appeared first on
January 10, 2020
Truth, Tragedy, and Moral Responsibility: Tragic Crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight over Iran Raises Huge Questions The Dull and the Dazzling Sides of the House of Windsor: Prince Harry and Meghan Announce Plans to Step Back as Senior Members of Royal Family Conservative Intellectual Gertrude Himmelfarb Dies at 97: A Look at the Life of a Courageous Defender of Truth and Morality The post Friday, January 10, 2020 appeared first on
January 9, 2020
A Shocking Development in Modern Parenthood: Dividing the Goods of God’s Creation The LGBTQ Agenda Infiltrates Public School Curriculum in New Jersey: The Curriculum Collides with the Sexual Revolution—And Parents Are Cut Out Is the Story of Noah’s Ark Just a Fairy Tale? NBC’s Meet the Press Seems to Think So The post Thursday, January 9, 2020 appeared first on
January 8, 2020
Worldview Diversity (Or the Lack Thereof) on College Campuses: The Secular Transformation of American Higher Education Political Donations of University Employees Confirms Overwhelming Support of Far Left Candidates: Political Monoculture Extends Beyond Yale University The Resurgence of Astrology Among Millennials: Why the Big Questions of Life Just Won’t Go Away The post Wednesday, January 8, 2020 appeared first on
January 7, 2020
The Culture of Death at the Golden Globes: Hollywood, Politics, and the Pseudo-Event The Imago Dei as Dividing Line: The Great Worldview Divide Made Visible The Sanctity of Human Life and American Politics in 2020 The post Tuesday, January 7, 2020 appeared first on
January 6, 2020
The U. S. Strike Against Iranian General Qasem Soleimani: Consequential Action in the Middle East—But No One Knows the Consequences United Methodist Church to Divide: Why Theological Conservatives Are the Leavers, as Usual in Mainline Protestantism Christianity Today's Editorial about President Trump—What Does it Mean? The post Monday, January 6, 2020 appeared first on
December 20, 2019
A Heartbreaking Confusion of the Promises of Christ: Bethel Church Prays for Physical Resurrection for 2-Year-Old Girl A Far Greater Promise Than That Claimed by Prosperity Preachers:  All of Christ’s Promises Are Truer Than True Far As the Curse Is Found: The Declaration of Joy to the World The post Friday, December 20, 2019 appeared first on
December 19, 2019
A Dark Moment in the History of American Democracy: President Trump Becomes Third U.S. President to Be Impeached After Last Night’s House Vote The Inevitability of Moral Judgment: Humans Simply Can’t Avoid It Levi’s or Wranglers? Hip-hop or Country? Liberal or Conservative? Why Does it Matter? The post Thursday, December 19, 2019 appeared first on
December 18, 2019
You Saw this Coming: Greta Thunberg Named TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year ‘Fairy Tails of Economic Growth’: Big Issues Behind the TIME Cover Story Irony in Madrid: World Leaders Affirm Urgency of Problem, But No Agreement on What to Do Next Why Was U.S. Marine FPC John R. Bayens’s Obituary Published 76 Years After His Death? A Reminder of the Debt We Owe to All Who Gave Their Lives for the Sake of Freedom The post Wednesday, December 18, 2019 appeared first on
December 17, 2019
No Company Can Avoid the LGBTQ Revolution: After Recent Controversy, Sexual Revolutionaries Force Hallmark Channel to Practice Corporate Repentance Saying Something Without Saying Much of Anything At All: Hallmark Greeting Cards and Movies Attempt to Diversify to Include Absolutely Everyone ‘You Cannot Have Mr. Scheer’s Beliefs and Be the Prime Minister of Canada’ — Andrew Scheer Is Out as the Leader of the Conservative Party in Canada The post Tuesday, December 17, 2019 appeared first on
December 16, 2019
A Fundamental Realignment of British Politics: Transformative National Election Reshapes the UK Political Landscape A Huge New Generation Gap: U.K. Election Shows That Young Voters Are Headed Left... Far Left Judiciary Committee Votes to Advance Articles of Impeachment Against President Trump Along Partisan Lines: The Stage Is Now Set for the House Vote Where Did All the Money Go? Missing Money Is Just Further Evidence of How Strange We Humans Really Are The post Monday, December 16, 2019 appeared first on
December 13, 2019
It’s Not a Trojan Horse, It’s Planned Parenthood Undisguised: 50 Planned Parenthood Health Centers Are Opening in California High Schools Don’t Lie to Your Children, Especially About God: The Importance of Knowing and Telling Your Children About the God of Truth 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge: History Really Matters and Liberty Is Never Free The post Friday, December 13, 2019 appeared first on
December 12, 2019
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Kentucky’s Mandatory Ultrasound Rule: The Sacredness of Life Revealed in an Image ‘Climate Emergency’  — Oxford’s Word of the Year Is Actually Two Words ‘Existential’ — How an Animated Spork Named Forky Revived the Use of’s Word of the Year The Moral Revolution in a Pronoun — Merriam-Webster Dictionary Calls the Non-Binary ‘They’ Its Word of the Year, Although It Only Officially Recognized That Word in September The post Thursday, December 12, 2019 appeared first on
December 11, 2019
House Democratic Leaders Release Two Articles of Impeachment: What Happens Next? One Report, Two Interpretations: What the New Report on the FBI Means Depends on Where and How You Read the Story Why Was the FBI Established in the First Place? The Expanding Nature of Both Crime and the FBI Throughout American History The post Wednesday, December 11, 2019 appeared first on
December 10, 2019
A Secular Culture Looks for Meaning Everywhere: Four Articles in Sunday’s New York Times Illustrate the Modern Search for Meaning The Post-Christian Character of Society: Humanity’s Deep Spiritual Hunger on Full Display What Is a Banana and a Piece of Duct Tape Worth? Apparently $120,000 — An Unsettled Culture Clearly Seen in Subversive, Modern Art The post Tuesday, December 10, 2019 appeared first on
December 9, 2019
The Clash Between Religious Liberty and the New Sexual Liberty Continues: Fairness For All Legislation Introduced on Friday The Infectious Logic of the Fairness For All Act: Why This Proposed Legislation Actually Weakens the Case for Religious Liberty Getting in Line with the Sexual Revolution: The Problem of a Theology of Subsequent Revelation The post Monday, December 9, 2019 appeared first on
December 6, 2019
New Demands to Remake Christianity: Understanding the Challenge We Face Christian Colleges and the LGBTQ Revolution: The Pattern of Disaster Looms Before Us The Christian Mandate of Clarity: For Christian Institutions, There Is No Chance of Faithfulness Without Clear Convictions The post Friday, December 6, 2019 appeared first on
December 5, 2019
America’s Political Divide as an Impeachment Divide: House Intelligence Committee Releases Impeachment Report The Drama of the Impeachment Process Continues: Testimony from Constitutional Scholars Reveals Both Constitutional and Political Divide Disney+ Launches with Cultural Warnings on Some Content: The Changing Moral Landscape The post Thursday, December 5, 2019 appeared first on
December 4, 2019
Kamala Harris Ends Her Presidential Campaign: The New Liberal Senator of 2016 Wasn’t Liberal Enough for the Democratic Party of 2019 Elizabeth Warren Wants to Abolish the Electoral College: What that Really Means and Why it Matters The United States Is Not and Has Never Been a Direct Democracy: The Logic of American Constitutionalism The post Wednesday, December 4, 2019 appeared first on
December 3, 2019
Mormon Church Supports Utah’s New Ban on Conversion Therapy: The Moral Revolutionaries Won’t Stop with This New Policy Moral Liberalism on the Ballot in New Zealand: The Secularizing Nation Will Vote on Legalizing Abortion, Euthanasia, and Recreational Marijuana Nihilism in a Test Tube: Sperm Bank for HIV-Positive Donors Opens in New Zealand The post Tuesday, December 3, 2019 appeared first on
December 2, 2019
How Was a Convicted Terrorist Free and Able to Carry Out Last Week’s Attack on London Bridge? The Secular Mind and the Problem of Moral Evil A Father’s Nazi Past Makes Headlines Today: History Never Forgets World War Two Era Espionage Is in the Headlines in 2019: How Do You Rewind Moral Questions in History? Who Can? The post Monday, December 2, 2019 appeared first on
November 27, 2019
Michael Bloomberg Officially Enters the Presidential Race: An Unlikely Candidacy Driven by Contradictory Social and Fiscal Policies Pope Francis Makes Appeal to Abolish Nuclear Weapons on Visit to Japan: The Moral Problem of Knowledge When Discussing Nuclear Disarmament A Biblical Theology of Thanksgiving: True Thankfulness Is an Act of Worship to God the Creator The post Wednesday, November 27, 2019 appeared first on
November 26, 2019
The False Promise of Religionishness: Are Young Americans Lost to Christianity? What America Needs Now is a ... Religious Left? Why Collective Beliefs Don’t Mean Anything If They Are Not True Maybe Moderates Aren’t As Moderate As We Might Think: People Tend to Be Moderately Partisan, Not Truly Undecided The post Tuesday, November 26, 2019 appeared first on
November 25, 2019
Why Are Fewer Babies Being Born? A Warning in the New York Times From Eleven Years Ago Proves Even More Dire Today The Implications of a Religious Worldview on the Falling Birth Rate: Why the Birth Rate Crisis Is a Deeply Spiritual and Theological Problem Why Are Deaths of Despair on the Rise in America? How the Breakdown of the Family Has Led to Lonely Deaths The post Monday, November 25, 2019 appeared first on
November 22, 2019
‘No Members, No Attenders, No Givers’ —  Will the Anglican Church of Canada Be Gone in Just 20 Years? If So, Why? Theology In the Headlines Again: What Three Recent News Stories Tell Us about Mormon History and Doctrine Recent Study Reveals One More Distinction Between Men and Women: When Disaster Strikes, Men Run to the Window to Watch The post Friday, November 22, 2019 appeared first on
November 21, 2019
Impeachment Proceedings Continue in the House: Was Gordon Sondland’s Testimony Yesterday a Game-Changer? What Exactly Is a Quid Pro Quo? Democrats Drop Latin Phrase in Favor of Words Like “Bribery” and “Extortion” There Is No One Beyond Moral Accountability: Prince Andrew Removes Himself from Public Eye after BBC Interview about Jeffrey Epstein The post Thursday, November 21, 2019 appeared first on
November 20, 2019
The Essential Link Between Morality and Politics: Recognizing the Radical Political Confession of the Church — Jesus Christ Is Lord Where Does the Church Belong in a Complex and Changing Society? Why Do Humans Turn to Religion in the Face of Tragedy? Gospel Churches in Santa Clarita Offer the Hope of the Gospel in a Hurting Community The post Wednesday, November 20, 2019 appeared first on
November 19, 2019
Twitter “Clarifies” Its Policy on Political Advertisements: The Social Media Giant Is Stacking the Deck Decidedly Left The LGBTQ Revolution Takes No Prisoners: Chick-fil-A Will No Longer Donate to Christian Organizations That Affirm Biblical Marriage and Sexuality President Obama Warns 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates of Being Too Far to the Left: How the Former President Became Out-of-Date in His Own Party Is There a Viable Place for a “Moderate” in the Democratic Party? Michael Bloomberg and Deval Patrick Enter the Race for the Middle of the Party The All-Consuming Pro-Abortion Ideology of the Democratic Party: No Room for Even One Pro-Life, Democratic Attorney General in the Entire Country The post Tuesday, November 19, 2019 appeared first on
November 18, 2019
Blockbuster Report Details Mass Detention of Religious Minorities in China: The Horrifying Outcome of Not Falling in Line with the Communist State The Chinese Government Stares Down an Army of Young Protestors in Hong Kong: How Should the West Respond to This Challenge? Planned Parenthood and Mainstream Media as “Fellow Travelers” — The Agenda Revealed in News Coverage of the Lawsuit over Undercover Videos Last Survivor of the Hindenburg Disaster Dies at 90: Horrifying Ideologies Outlive Even Disastrous Technologies The post Monday, November 18, 2019 appeared first on
November 15, 2019
Sprite Ad Depicts Parents Celebrating Children’s Non-Binary Gender Identity: When Corporations Go Beyond Virtue Signaling to Virtue Preaching Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Disagree on the T in LGBT: The Clash Between Feminism and Transgenderism The New Political Activism: Boston and San Francisco Foreshadow the Trajectory of American Politics Penance or Punishment? How the Story of Modern Prisons Explains Far More than You Might Think The post Friday, November 15, 2019 appeared first on
November 14, 2019
The LGBTQ Revolution in Entertainment: It’s Really a Battle for Hearts and Minds Is Global Acceptance of LGBT Issues Increasing? Gaining Moral Affirmation and Change through Coercion Phillip E. Johnson, Brilliant and Courageous Truthteller, Dies at 79: Understanding the Centrality of Creation to Christian Theology The post Thursday, November 14, 2019 appeared first on
November 13, 2019
Exporting Abortion Extremism Around the World: The United Nations and the Push for Abortion as ‘Health Care’ BYU Finds Itself Delisted by Scientific Associations Because of LGBTQ Critics: There Is Nowhere Left to Hide from the LGBTQ Revolution — A Warning to Evangelicals The New Corporate High Wire Act : Trying to Virtue Signal without Offending (Many) Customers The post Wednesday, November 13, 2019 appeared first on
November 12, 2019
Yet Another Democratic Candidate for 2020? Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg Enters the Campaign — Maybe The Insatiable Hunger for Wealth: Why Money Can Never Ultimately Satisfy Why Are Married Couples Happier Than Cohabiting Couples? The World Is Asking the Question. Christians Know the Answer. The post Tuesday, November 12, 2019 appeared first on
November 11, 2019
There Is No Refuge in Ambiguity: Why Christians Must Always Be Prepared to Give an Honest Answer You Can’t Have Your Cake and Eat It Too: There is No Refuge in Accepting Ambiguity as Policy Moral Change Typically Occurs Through Generational Change, Except on the Issues of Marijuana and Same Sex Marriage, But Why? Nothing Exists as an Island, Not Even an Islamic Monarchy: The Liberalization of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia The United Methodist Church Might Not Be “United” for Much Longer: The Impossibility of Holding Together Those Arguing for Two (or More) Positions on LGBTQ Issues The post Monday, November 11, 2019 appeared first on
November 8, 2019
Sacrificing Conscience Rights for the Sake of the Sexual Revolution: A Loss of Respect for Conscience Is a Loss for Religious Liberty 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Why Human Beings Are Driven by a Quest for Freedom The Fires of Secularization Have Burned Through the Religious Forests in Canada: Will the United States Follow the Same Pattern? The post Friday, November 8, 2019 appeared first on
November 7, 2019
Elections in Kentucky, Virginia, and Mississippi: What Do These Votes Say about the Future Shape of America? From Red to Purple to Blue: How Changing Demographics and Urbanization in Virginia Explain the State’s Political Transformation Saving Humanity by Reducing Humanity? 11,000 Scientists Call for Reduction of Human Population Because of “Climate Emergency” The post Thursday, November 7, 2019 appeared first on
November 6, 2019
To Kill or Not to Kill? An Ominous Turning Point in America’s Conscience on Abortion Facebook and Twitter Make Different Decisions on Handling Political Advertisements: The Danger of Corporations Choosing Whose Voice Is Heard Increasing Calls for Hate Speech Laws: Who Defines It? Who Controls It? Who is Silenced? The post Wednesday, November 6, 2019 appeared first on
November 5, 2019
Important Statewide Elections Today: In Some Cases, No Less Than Life and Death is at Stake The Nationalization of All Elections: Why Christians Have a Stewardship to Go Vote According to Christian Conscience We’re Being Watched: The Ethical and Moral Dilemmas of the Surveillance State China’s Surveillance Technology Can Now Recognize Emotion? The Difference Between the Surveillance State and an Omniscient God The post Tuesday, November 5, 2019 appeared first on
November 4, 2019
Can Christian Foster Care and Adoption Agencies Actually Be Christian? The Sexual Revolutionaries Demand Total Surrender In a World Subversive of Gender, Gender Reveal Parties Fly in the Face of the Cultural Orthodoxy: Clarity in a Confused Time Beto O’Rourke Ends His Campaign for President: The Candidate Who Said Out Loud What the Others Were Thinking Elizabeth Warren Unveils Healthcare For All Plan: The Role of Reckless Proposals That Move the Norm The post Monday, November 4, 2019 appeared first on
November 1, 2019
House of Representatives Votes Formal Authorization of Impeachment Inquiry: The Partisan Divide and the Nature of Politics A Grand Inquest of the Republic, Now? The 2020 Presidential Election Sets the Context Totalitarian China Releases Morality Guidelines to Control Total Life of Citizens: When a Dictatorship Becomes an Idolatrous Autocracy The post Friday, November 1, 2019 appeared first on
October 31, 2019
Halloween and the Great Spiritual Conflict: Paganism is Now Big Business in the US The Resurgence of Paganism: What the Revival of Witchcraft Reveals about the New American Spirituality Why Does Culture Celebrate Evil? The Allure of Darkness and the Fear of Death One Little Word Shall Fell Him: The Certainty of Christ’s Triumph over Sin and Death The post Thursday, October 31, 2019 appeared first on
October 30, 2019
Is Math Oppressive? Seattle Public Schools Think So: What This Reveals and Why Christians Should Celebrate Math What Does “Evolving Faith” Look Like? The Seduction of Seeking to Make Christianity Relevant in a Secularizing Culture Anglican Church of Canada Sees Evangelism to Jewish People as Anti-Semitic: A Reminder of the Priority of New Testament Evangelism The post Wednesday, October 30, 2019 appeared first on
October 29, 2019
The Caliphate without the Caliph? ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Dead as a Result of U.S. Operation Intellectual Confusion in the Coverage of al-Baghdadi’s Death: Islamic Terror Presents a Challenge to Secularists The Rights and Responsibilities of Religious Schools: Convictional Belief Is at Stake in Every Decision an Institution Makes The post Tuesday, October 29, 2019 appeared first on
October 28, 2019
How Controversial Can a Chicken Sandwich Be? Only Chick-fil-A Location in U.K. Will Close After Backlash From LGBTQ Activist Group Why Do Democrats No Longer Use the Word “Rare” When Describing Abortion? A Massive Moral Shift in the Change of Language Athletic Competition Clashes with the Transgender Revolution: When People Keep Score, the Cultural Delusion about the End of the ‘Gender Binary’ Is Revealed The post Monday, October 28, 2019 appeared first on
October 25, 2019
Happy the Elephant Goes to Court: Lawyers Argue that a Bronx Zoo Elephant Is a Person Just Like You and Me Where Do Rights Come From? Understanding What Is at Stake When Animals Are “Granted” the Same Rights as Humans Divisions in the Anglican Communion over LGBT Issues: Sydney Archbishop Glenn Davies Faces Opposition After Courageously Defending Biblical View of Marriage The post Friday, October 25, 2019 appeared first on
October 24, 2019
The Subversion of Parenthood and Human Dignity: How the Case of a 7-Year-Old Demanding Gender Transition Exhibits Our Culture’s Mass Delusion Signposts of the Gender Revolution: Can a Society Experience Correction Once a Revolution Has Gone This Far, This Fast? Emperor Naruhito Formally Ascends Japan’s Chrysanthemum Throne: Why the Talk About Divinity in “Secular” Japan? The post Thursday, October 24, 2019 appeared first on
October 23, 2019
Fractured Politics in Four Countries in One Week: A Crisis in Government as Sign of the Times Northern Ireland Legalizes Abortion and Same Sex Marriage . . . Or Did It? How Moral Revolution Came From London Municipal Virtue Signaling in the War Upon the Unborn: San Francisco Bans Travel Contracts with Twenty-Two States Because of Pro-Life Laws Late Night Television Gets Political: The News Isn’t Enough for Americans Anymore — We Now Need Political Entertainment Too? The post Wednesday, October 23, 2019 appeared first on
October 22, 2019
The Eclipse of Christianity in America: The Reshaped Religious Landscape and Our Call to Faithful Witness Techies in Therapy: Self Help in Silicon Valley as a Disguised Form of Spirituality Grandparents Traveling to Costa Rica for Hallucinogenic Drink: The Startling Lengths Some Will Go to Hear Their Soul Say “I’m Okay” The post Tuesday, October 22, 2019 appeared first on
October 21, 2019
Turmoil Continues in the U.K. as Parliament Postpones Brexit Again: The Importance of National Sovereignty in a Global Age Canadian Federal Election Today: What’s at Stake as Citizens Head for the Polls? The Importance of Representative Government: But the Representatives Had Better Represent The post Monday, October 21, 2019 appeared first on
October 18, 2019
California Mandates Abortion Pills Be Available on Every Public University Campus: The Power of California to Set Precedents for the Rest of the Country A Model of Convictional Courage: Sydney Archbishop Challenges Anglicans to Hold Fast to the Biblical View of Marriage or Leave the Church What’s Best for Children? The Wall Street Journal Boldly Argues that Marriage Is the Best Environment for Raising Children The post Friday, October 18, 2019 appeared first on
October 17, 2019
LeBron James Missed His Shot When He Entered the Controversy Between the NBA and China: The Moral Perils of Economic Involvement The Battle for the Dignity of Unborn Human Life Rages On: U.S. Appellate Court Blocks Ohio’s Ban on Abortion of Babies with Down Syndrome 2020 Democratic Candidates Won’t Say “Abortion”: The Democratic Plan to Codify Roe v. Wade Becomes Clear on Debate Stage The Defense of Life Defines the Race: Absolute Contrast In Election Battle for Kentucky Governor The post Thursday, October 17, 2019 appeared first on
October 16, 2019
The Secular Threat Defined: A Remarkable Defense of Religious Liberty from the U.S. Attorney General What Exactly Does It Take to be Called an Extremist by the Secular Left? Evidently, It Doesn’t Require Anything Extreme The Reshaped Battle for Religious Liberty in the United States: Lessons from History Inform the Present The post Wednesday, October 16, 2019 appeared first on
October 15, 2019
The Showdown Between the NBA and China: Why Are American Corporations Abandoning Conscience When It Comes to China? American Medicine Shifts to the Left: The Underlying Factors that Have Caused a Worldview Transformation in the Medical Field Streaming Services like Netflix Set Their Sights on Children: What Goes in the Eyes Reaches the Mind and Heart The post Tuesday, October 15, 2019 appeared first on
October 14, 2019
The Cultural Left Bears Its Teeth: No Tax Exemption, Even for Churches that Resist the Sexual Revolution A Parade of Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance. A Candidate by Candidate Breakdown of the CNN Town Hall Beto O’Rourke Just Said Loudly What the Others on Stage Just Said More Quietly: An Open Threat to Churches and Christians Who Hold to Biblical Conviction The post Monday, October 14, 2019 appeared first on
October 11, 2019
“There Are No Easy Answers in Syria”— The U.S. Withdrawal and the Plight of the Kurds Planned Parenthood Pledges $45 Million to Pro-Abortion Candidates in 2020 Elections, a Reminder that Every Election Is a Choice Between Worldviews Why Is Legal Deference Given to Religious Beliefs? Defending Our God-Given First Liberty in an Increasingly Hostile Age The post Friday, October 11, 2019 appeared first on
October 10, 2019
How Do You Know When There Is a Constitutional Crisis? The Impeachment Showdown Between the White House and Congress Progresses The Missing Backdrop to the NBA and China: Criticism and Freedom of Speech in Democracy and Totalitarianism What Exactly Does ‘Sex’ Mean? Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Question of LGBT and Civil Rights Act The post Thursday, October 10, 2019 appeared first on
October 9, 2019
China Cracks Down on Christian Education of Children: A Totalitarian Regime Must Control Everything Children and Theology: Should the Faith Be Reinvented for Each Generation? Massive Site of Child Sacrifice Excavated in Peru: The Horrible Refutation of Moral Relativism The post Wednesday, October 9, 2019 appeared first on
October 8, 2019
The Secularization of the Liberal Left: Theological Issues Come to the Political Foreground Do the 2020 Democratic Candidates for President Have Any Boundaries When It Comes to Abortion? The Conundrum of the Democratic Party: How Can a Candidate Attract Both Religious and Secular Voters? The post Tuesday, October 8, 2019 appeared first on
October 7, 2019
As Supreme Court Begins New Term Today, Big Decisions on LGBTQ Rights Hang in the Balance Is Belief in God Necessary to Be Good? Richard Dawkins Says “No” in New Book, But Hopes People Act As If It Were True The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Young People: Christians Must Understand What those with Opposing Worldviews Already Know The post Monday, October 7, 2019 appeared first on
October 4, 2019
The Parable of Justin Trudeau: Canada’s Great Liberal Hope Faces His Troubling Past as Federal Election Approaches Canada’s Progressive Trajectory of Secularization: Why Political Issues Always Reveal Morality and Theology Updating the Race for the 2020 Democratic Nomination for President: Big News and Major Developments The post Friday, October 4, 2019 appeared first on
October 3, 2019
Freedom vs. Totalitarianism:  A Massive Worldview Conflict Turns Violent in Hong Kong: 70th Anniversary of People’s Republic of China The Transgender Revolution’s Steamroller Keeps Rolling On, New Headlines Every Day The Transgender Revolution Just Won’t Work: Gender Confusion in the Hospital, Theatre, Classroom, and Courtroom The post Thursday, October 3, 2019 appeared first on
October 2, 2019
What is the Real Worldview of Silicon Valley? The Theology of the Church of Techno-Optimism The Failure of the American Elites: American Values Wither The Transgender Revolution Marches On: Gender Confusion on the Rugby Field and in Celebrity Culture The post Wednesday, October 2, 2019 appeared first on
October 1, 2019
70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China: How Mao Zedong’s Declaration of a Totalitarian, One-Party State in 1949 Changed the World Government Wants All the Children: Britain’s Labour Party Adopts Platform for Abolishment of Private Schools The Propaganda of Banned Books Week: What’s Really Behind a Society Celebrating Books that Aren’t Actually Banned The post Tuesday, October 1, 2019 appeared first on
September 30, 2019
Blockbuster Developments Expected This Week in Impeachment Process and Brexit: Tracking the Unfolding Story as History is Made Culture of Death Gains Ground in New South Wales: The Sickening Celebration of Legalizing “Infanticide on Demand” The Geographic Intensity of the Pro-Abortion Movement: The City of Austin Feuds with the State of Texas Over Abortion Support Freedom to Kill? Hospitals in Italy Become a Dangerous Place for Human Dignity The post Monday, September 30, 2019 appeared first on
September 27, 2019
Mattel Introduces Gender-Neutral Dolls: The Moral Revolution Explodes on the Toy Aisle The Problem of Adolescence for the Gender Revolution: A Telling Signal of the New Gender Confusion The Necessity of Defining “Mother”: English Common Law Faces Off Against Transgender Ideology A Sign of Strange Times: Federal Government Assigns Gender to Baby Whose Parents Wanted to Raise Him in a “Gender Creative” Way Reflections on a Day Observing Parliament: A Reminder of the Rare Privilege That Is Enduring Constitutional Self-Government The post Friday, September 27, 2019 appeared first on
September 26, 2019
The Expansion of Law and the Decline of Politics: On Both Sides of the Atlantic, the Role of the Courts Continues to Grow Globalism vs. Patriotism: The Necessity of Patriotism in a Global World Where Do Rights Come From? President Trump Addresses Religious Freedom at United Nations Meeting French Parliament Debates IVF Technology for Those Outside Heterosexual Marriage: Why the Presence of a Father Is So Important in the Life of a Child The post Thursday, September 26, 2019 appeared first on
September 25, 2019
Constitutional Crisis in the United States: Speaker of the House Announces Impeachment Inquiry Against President Trump Constitutional Crisis in the United Kingdom: Brexit Turmoil Continues as Supreme Court Rules Against Prime Minister The 75th Anniversary of Operation Market Garden: Remembering the Failed Attempt to End World War II in 1944 The Collapse of the Thomas Cook Travel Agency: Company’s Sudden Closure Leaves British Citizens Stranded Around the World The post Wednesday, September 25, 2019 appeared first on
September 24, 2019
When Medical School Gets Woke: Worldview Change Comes from the Classroom to the Culture Coming to a Curriculum Near You: Less Science, More Social Justice Journalism in the 21st Century: The Gender Editor of the New York Times Makes the Paper’s Worldview Clear The post Tuesday, September 24, 2019 appeared first on
September 23, 2019
Young People Across the World Participate in Climate Strike: The Christian Responsibility of Stewardship of Creation ‘No Future, No Children’? Youth Pledge to Not Have Children if There Is No Environmental Future A Look at Greta Thunberg, the 16-Year-Old Leader of the Climate Crusade: What Explains Her Emergence on The Scene? The post Monday, September 23, 2019 appeared first on
September 20, 2019
Mercury Retrograde, Ayahuasca, and Amazonian Frog Secretion: New Age Therapy Makes It into the Mainstream Latest Research Shows Abortion Rate Continues to Fall, But What Does This Report Actually Tell Us? When All Hope Is Lost: Secularism Can’t Provide Any Adequate Hope The post Friday, September 20, 2019 appeared first on
September 19, 2019
Union Theological Seminary Confesses Sin to Plants: If You Do Not Worship the Creator, You Will Worship the Creation The Worldview of the ‘Corn Mother’ — A Sign of Cultural Insanity Do Plants Talk to You? One Scientist Insists that They Speak to Her The post Thursday, September 19, 2019 appeared first on
September 18, 2019
Merriam-Webster Adds Singular, Genderless ‘They’: If You Control Language, You Control the Direction of the Culture Once Again, Christianity Sidelined by the Sexual Revolution: Duke University Student Government Rejects Young Life as Chartered Group California’s Radical Quest to Normalize Abortion: Providing Abortion Pills on University Campuses Is About ‘Destigmatizing’ Abortion The Passing of an Influential Age in the American Media: A Look at the Lives of Media Giants Cokie Roberts and Sander Vanocur The post Wednesday, September 18, 2019 appeared first on
September 17, 2019
The Extreme Politicization of the Supreme Court—and The American Press: The New York Times Reports “New” Accusation against Justice Kavanaugh, But the Paper Itself Became Part of the Story The Political Class Exiled to the Heartland? The Bureau of Land Management Moves from D.C. to Colorado Large Government Becomes World Government? The Left’s Favorite Economist ‘Jumps the Shark’ The post Tuesday, September 17, 2019 appeared first on
September 16, 2019
Drone Strike in Saudi Arabia: Remember, The World is a Dangerous Place Generation 9/11: The Cold War Generation Gives Way to Generation War on Terror The Horrifying Nature of the War on the Unborn: The Remains of At Least 2,246 Aborted Babies Found at the Home of Infamous Indiana Abortion Doctor Can Our Society Even Recognize Murder? The Life of the Born Cannot Be Safe When the Life of the Unborn Is Not The post Monday, September 16, 2019 appeared first on
September 13, 2019
The End of the Boy Scouts? The Rise and Fall of an Iconic American Movement The Civilizational Challenge of Raising Boys to Be Men: Can America Still Meet This Test? Gender Absurdity in British Schools: The Logic of the Gender Revolution Can't Hold Up First “Gay” Penguins, But Now “Genderless” Penguins Too? Doesn’t the Very Existence of Penguins Refute That Claim? The post Friday, September 13, 2019 appeared first on
September 12, 2019
Pope Francis Acknowledges Potential Schism Coming to Catholic Church — The Liberalizing Pope and His Critics In Poverty and in Wealth? The Reality Many Will Not Admit Rent Control Coming to California? The Mess Made by Government “Solutions” The Lethal Obsession of the Pro-Abortion Movement: California Expected to Provide Abortion Pills on Public University Campuses The post Thursday, September 12, 2019 appeared first on
September 11, 2019
No More Newspapers? Christians Face Today’s Changing Media Landscape Even In the Quest for Journalistic Impartiality, Christians Understand that Humans Are Never Completely Unbiased A 74-Year-Old Gives Birth to Twins? Just Because We Can Do Something, Should We Do It? Can We Not Do It? Why Technology Never Stays Within the Promised Boundaries The post Wednesday, September 11, 2019 appeared first on
September 10, 2019
A New Level of Cultural and Moral Insanity: Children as Drag Performers What Now Counts as the Sexual Exploitation of Children? Children and Adolescents Perform at ‘DragCon’ and Gay Pride Parades The LGBTQ Revolution as Cultural Catastrophe: Our Society Now Values the Sexual Revolution More Than Protecting Children The post Tuesday, September 10, 2019 appeared first on
September 9, 2019
A Church Without Theology? A Parable of What Happens When Politics Replaces Christianity Pete Buttigieg’s Theological Tightrope: To Be Religious in a Way that Will Not Offend the Irreligious The 80th Anniversary of the Beginning of World War II: Why Moral Certitude Was Required to Defeat Unmitigated Evil The post Monday, September 9, 2019 appeared first on
September 6, 2019
New Age of Legalized Sports Gambling: The NFL’s Centennial Season and the Future Dogs Are Dominating the Headlines in Recent Days: A Look at Canine Issues as a Reflection of American Culture Garlic the Cat Has a Clone: China Leads the Way in the New Pet Cloning Industry The post Friday, September 6, 2019 appeared first on
September 5, 2019
Political Turmoil in the United Kingdom as Parliament Delays Brexit: The Uncertainty Caused by an Unwritten Constitution Why Is Wall Street Becoming More Liberal? Wall Street Is Betting the Past Was Conservative and the Future Is Liberal Royal Drama in Thailand: King Vajiralongkorn Elevates Mistress to Official Concubine with His Wife by His Side “Gay” Penguins in Berlin Zoo: Are They Simply Two Confused Penguins or Do They Grant Moral Permission for Same Sex Marriage? The post Thursday, September 5, 2019 appeared first on
September 4, 2019
Can a Religious School Actually Operate by Its Own Religious Convictions? The Intentional Subversion of Religious Exemptions in the 1964 Civil Rights Act Why Are Lesbian Communities Shrinking? How the Inevitable Collision Between the Gender Binary and the LGBTQ Revolution Helps Explain It Hey Dude, You Can’t Use Those Gendered Words at Summer Camp Anymore: When the LGBTQ Revolution Goes to Camp Lara Spencer Faces Backlash Over “Insensitive” Comments about Prince George Taking Ballet, But Why? The post Wednesday, September 4, 2019 appeared first on
September 3, 2019
The Humbling Effect of Nature Beyond Our Control: The Deadly Winds and Waves of Hurricane Dorian A Dangerous Confusion: Are Humans Really So Different From Other Species? Another Dangerous Confusion: Do Your Children Think That Robots Are People? The post Tuesday, September 3, 2019 appeared first on
August 30, 2019
Is Homosexuality Genetic? New Research Reveals an Old Story The Impulse to Ground Homosexuality in Biological Terms Is Driven By Morality, Not Just Science Can an Atheist State Regulate Reincarnation? A Collision Between the Worldviews of the Communist Party of China and the Tibetan Buddhism of the Dalai Lama The post Friday, August 30, 2019 appeared first on
August 29, 2019
The Despair of Failed Programs: Why Government Can’t Solve Pre-Political Problems How Can Elite Universities Be Fair in Their Admissions Process? The SAT Student Adversity Score Wasn’t the Answer The Christian Response to Societal and Cultural Failure: Why Good Things Should Happen in Communities Where Faithful Gospel Churches Are Found The post Thursday, August 29, 2019 appeared first on
August 28, 2019
Planned Parenthood Partners with Musical Artists to Promote Abortion at Concerts: The Deadly Logic of the Pro-Abortion Movement Should the Government Have No Preference Whether a Child Is Born or Aborted? The New Yorker Seems to Think So Beto O’Rourke Doubles Down on His Horrifying View on Third-Trimester Abortions When Pressed by Voter Is the United States a Republic or a Democracy? Why It’s Necessary to Know the Difference Between Direct Democracy and Representative Democracy The post Wednesday, August 28, 2019 appeared first on
August 27, 2019
Less Patriotism, Less God, Fewer Babies: New Poll Reveals that Americans Value Patriotism, Religion, and Having Children Less Than Previous Generations Why Did California’s Black Market for Marijuana Grow Last Year Despite Legalization in the State? Markets and Morality: When Government Preys on the People. The Inevitable Outcome of Reliance on Tax Revenue from Gambling. The post Tuesday, August 27, 2019 appeared first on
August 26, 2019
What’s New in Hollywood? Reputational Insurance: The Rise of the ‘Disgrace Business’ in Celebrity Culture Why Does Stigma Surround Sexually Transmitted Infections? How Shame and Guilt Point Us to the Cross of Christ The Celebrity Abortion Culture: Alyssa Milano Reveals She Had Two Abortions in the Span of One Year Conservative or Libertarian? David Koch, Billionaire Businessman and Philanthropist, Dies at 79 The post Monday, August 26, 2019 appeared first on
August 23, 2019
New Research Confirms That Atheists and Agnostics Tend to Know More about Religion Than Other Unbelievers, But Why? In an Increasingly Secular America, Why Are Few Politicians Willing to Identify as Atheist? Pete Buttigieg and His Faith Campaign: What it Means, and What it Doesn’t The post Friday, August 23, 2019 appeared first on
August 22, 2019
Could the Cosmos Just Be a Computer Simulation? The Threat of Meaningless Existence vs. the Sure and Certain Hope of Biblical Realism Leading Scientists Claim We Live in a Subjective Reality: Are We Gripped by a Collective Delusion about the Material World? Are You Prepared for the Cataclysmic Eruption of the Supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park? The New York Times Thinks You Should Be The post Thursday, August 22, 2019 appeared first on
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