Franklin Graham has failed to act when circumstances demand it, and is too quick to apologize for the enemies of the faith.
The anti-life philosophy and ethos met its endgame yesterday, having only pointless histrionics to defend it. Now it's the pro-life turn.
The people of the United States must now answer for forty-nine years of inaction. The blood of 63 million victims now waits for atonement.
Lightning, not sabotage, is the most likely thing to have damaged the Georgia Guidestones, leading to their demolitiion.
Something - maybe a bomb, maybe not - has partly wrecked the Georgia Guidestones, destroying one pillar. By whose agency, and for what motive?
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.), on June 26, denounced as "not in the Constitution" the separation of faith and state.
The Church should have a military mind-set to engage in proper and effective spiritual warfare. The American church has forgotten that.
The pro-life side scored a great victory yesterday. But they have only taken a strategic mountain. To win they must capture hears and minds.
The March for Our Lives seeks a magical answer to a tragic problem, and ignore two answers that can prevent such tragedies.
Mass shootings do not happen only or even mostly in America. But those that do happen, happen because we groom children for violence.