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Women’s rights activist Reggie Littlejohn today renewed her call for an end to China’s coercive population control regime, citing a new report that laws meant to prevent sex-selective abortion are ... discuss

I’ve dreamed of writing a book for as long as I can remember, but I never thought it was actually possible. Teens like me don’t get published. Until they do. Because I did. And not because I’m ... discuss

Yesterday I had the opportunity to catch up with one of my closest childhood friends. Our conversation quickly turned to the election because he and his wife have been agonizing over what to do with t ... discuss

The Equipped for Life course has only been out for about four months, but we’re already getting a sense for how it’s helping the people who’ve taken it. My favorite bit of feedback we’ve rece ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by William Warrenby Robert Romano: “[President-elect Donald Trump]’s got a few of [executive actions] probably in the area of four or five that we’re looking at for Friday. Th ... discuss

Yesterday I had the opportunity to catch up with one of my closest childhood friends. Our conversation quickly turned to the election because he and his wife have been agonizing over what to do with t ... discuss

The Equipped for Life course has only been out for about four months, but we’re already getting a sense for how it’s helping the people who’ve taken it. My favorite bit of feedback we’ve rece ... discuss

(This piece has been rated "R."  No one under the age of 18 should read this. For those over 18, bear in mind that this piece will describe in detail disturbing events related to sexuality and vi ... discuss

Ahhh, it feels good to have something besides ginger ale!And it's good to be back to the blog. Except for the Genesis study post which I prepared ahead of time, it's been a bit blank around here. Now ... discuss

When abortion practitioners use warm and fuzzy terms to describe their work, they leave out one important detail about what exactly their job entails. In cleverly crafted language, Phoenix, Arizona ab ... discuss

By Christine De BaetsDepending on people’s backgrounds, some like to challenge the pro-life position on scientific grounds, others on philosophical grounds. A particular point of intersection of the ... discuss

So who is Generation Z? They grew up in a post 9/11 world during a recession. They’ve experienced radical changes in technology and understandings of family, sexuality and gender. They live in m ... discuss

Sin and misery are the all-encompassing and inescapable realities of this life in this fallen world. Christ came into the world to redeem us from our sin and the misery of this fallen world, and to gi ... discuss

It is also my contention that paedocommunion is a completely different understanding of how the Lord’s Supper works than the Westminster Standards (see this post for the 17 places that PC contradi ... discuss

We need to follow Jesus, sit at his feet, hear him present the Law, and confess our transgressions. Admit it! In many ways we have been arrogantly abusive in our leadership. In other ways we have bee ... discuss

Most people believe that teenagers can’t get published. At least, not “normal” teenagers. It takes outrageous talent, famous connections, or astounding luck. Just like making it to the NFL or w ... discuss

  Guest blog post by Rebekah Buell In 2012, at the age of 17, I found out I was pregnant. It was the summer before my senior year of high school, so, needless to say, I was both shocked and scare ... discuss

‘Healthcare Is Not An Academic Exercise For [Dr.] Price. It Is Not A Distant Policy Or Political Debate. It Is A Passion And One He Has Dedicated His Life To Improving’FORMER HHS SECRETARIES: ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Sometimes socialism seems reasonable.Emphasis on “seems.”Take natural resource socialism. Ores and oil are “just there in the ground” and “belong to ever ... discuss

A new report has estimated that the lives of 100,000 people have been saved because of Northern Ireland’s pro-life laws. The report was produced by Both Lives Matter, a new collaborative movement of ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by William Warrenby Robert Romano: There are less than 51 hours left in the Obama administration, which will end Jan. 20 at noon Eastern Standard Time.So, what will President Barack ... discuss

The Globe and Mail published an article by Kelly Grant featuring a BC couple who wanted to die by euthanasia together, but ended up dying by euthanasia four days apart. I had hoped that the pro-eutha ... discuss

Only the deluded blame Trump for the divisive Obama years “Obama made America great again. Trump made America hate again” – Occupy Democrats’ fascist propaganda If the nation is currently ... discuss

When talking of sanctification we need to avoid the two most obvious extremes. There is, on the one hand, the legalistic hypocrisy of pharisaism in which one conforms externally to a standard of rules ... discuss

‘DeVos Has A Real Compassion For Children And A Proven Record Of Championing Reforms To Improve Literacy And Learning In Our Nation’20 GOVERNORS: ‘Betsy DeVos Will Fight To Streamline The Fe ... discuss

On Wednesday, President-elect Trump said that—within two weeks of his Inauguration—he will announce his choice for a new Supreme Court Justice. In a first for any U.S. President, Trump has stated ... discuss

Dear Friends, When we accept Jesus as Lord, our lives must change. As Bishop Robert Barron points out, this is truly good news for some, but for others, it is a threat to their way of life. Why? &ldqu ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: Since World War II, the two men whohave most terrified this city by winning the presidency are Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.And they have much in common.Both came out of the po ... discuss

by Irina Slav: Anadarko Petroleum and Chevron have emerged as the top two employers in U.S. oil and gas, according to a survey conducted by the job site Indeed. The top five for the industry was comp ... discuss

Settlements are not the major obstacle to peace.  While settlements can be a source of conflict, they are not the major obstacle to peace. From 1948-1967 no Israeli settlements existed, yet the P ... discuss

Way back when Anne-with-an-e was a sophomore in high school and Betsy was in 8th grade, we started a weekly writing group with two of the girls' friends.The rules we established and stuck to for our n ... discuss

I'll be talking with John Harper on Morning Air about making the most of Ordinary Time.Links:A great explanation of Ordinary Time on Catholic Culture.Favorite spiritual books:Fr. Jacques Philippe ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Content Creator in Colorado Springs - Show and Tell - Live Well and Sell Customer Service is about them…not you. There’s a secret ingredient in customer service that’ll p ... discuss

Most who hold such offices, positions, titles, or platforms for service know the truth about themselves. They may be filled called “Sons of God.” They may be filled with the Spirit of God. They m ... discuss

“Youth ministries too often exert more energy trying to be trendy and fun than faithfully teaching Christ. And the teaching that does take place is usually topically-driven and moralistic in con ... discuss

Six years ago, I had no idea how to be a writer. Well, that’s not quite accurate. I was writing at the time, so technically I was a writer. But I didn’t know how to grow as a writer. I didn’t k ... discuss

Philosophy majors can be incredibly obnoxious. I should know. I was one.Philosophy is a tool. Like any tool, it can be used for good or for evil. In the hands of a surgeon, a scalpel can be used to sa ... discuss

3 Free Resources for Sanctity of Human Life Month January is a month of particular focus on the tens of millions of lives that have been lost since the Roe v. Wade decision, and the lack of support ... discuss

Last Thursday, the ASAPscience channel on YouTube published a new video entitled What Actually Happens When You Have An Abortion? As of this writing, it has garnered over 1.5 million views and is #38 ... discuss

Philosophy majors can be incredibly obnoxious. I should know. I was one.Philosophy is a tool. Like any tool, it can be used for good or for evil. In the hands of a surgeon, a scalpel can be used to sa ... discuss

There are 562 federally recognized Indian nations within the United States—about half of which are represented in my home state of Alaska. It wasn’t until this July that the Lord made the First Na ... discuss

“Our argument hence is: ‘Christ, the second person of the Trinity, is spoken of, Prov. 8:23, under the name of Wisdom; now, it is said expressly there of Wisdom that it was ‘ begotte ... discuss

As Berger explained, Christianity, in twentieth-century America, has transformed into a non-cognitive commitment. As a result, the binding authority of the Christian moral tradition has been lost. ... discuss

Very quietly, I took a couple of days off social media and it went unnoticed... and it was bliss! I've been doing my best to stay off social media though it's not always easy. Thankfully, I had a lot ... discuss

Professor Jack Scarisbrick who has stepped down after 47 years as Chairman of Life has been at the cutting edge of educational work about abortion in Britain. His publication 'What's Wrong with Aborti ... discuss

An American charismatic church will become the next big thing/renewal/programme. The ‘globalisation’ and ‘McDonaldisation’ of the church, combined with the internet, poor theology, poor eccles ... discuss

Each year, new people come across my blog, many because they are newly bereaved. Because of this, I like to share favorite blog posts annually. This is one I shared for the first time last January.*** ... discuss

Stress. We hear that word a lot in our society today. It’s a word used to describe how we feel when we have a lot on our plates, along with many expectations. Tests, deadlines, tension, jobs, and o ... discuss

“After 47 years of being raised in a pious household, after 30 years of considering myself a born-again Christian, and after 18 years of being an ordained minister and getting to know my flock ... discuss

On October 25, 2016, EPC reported that Elizabeth Wettlaufer, 49, a nurse from Woodstock, was charged with 8 counts of first degree murder in what is being defined as possibly the worst case of a serie ... discuss

Editor's Note: The inserted comments in brackets are the editors. Note, the alledged spy reported actions by businessman Trump even if true were not illegal. Trump was not then and not even yet presi ... discuss

by Robert Romano: President-elect Donald Trump has promised to take a fresh view of our trade relations around the world to make certain they are in the interests of American workers. One place his n ... discuss

It's Good Togethertaken by Remo Savisaar ... discuss

A group of elderly women wearing yellow T-shirts with the word “GRR!” splashed across the front gained public attention recently at the Maine state Capitol as they advocated for abortion, the Free ... discuss

If you have never heard James Montgomery Boice, this would be a good starting point.  It would also serve as a good reminder of where the evangelical church was in his day and the present trajecto ... discuss

Jesus knows each of his sheep personally. He knows us by name. He’s intimately acquainted with our hearts, our hopes, our sins and struggles, and will carry us through to the end. No one can snatch ... discuss

As you stand on the precipice of 2017, don’t fear the future for it is in the hands of your sovereign God. Don’t dread the unknown for it is fully known by your omniscient Father. Don̵ ... discuss

Email has made it possible for just about anyone to access us at any time of the day (or night) with a request or a question that may take 15-30 minutes to answer. There have been times in my life whe ... discuss

Essentially human trafficking is the exploitation of the vulnerable by the powerful for financial gain, and while sexual exploitation is often what springs to mind when we think of human trafficking, ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by AF Brancoby Robert Romano: It is hard to know what to make of the latest dump of information related to Russia and President-elect Donald Trump: A months-old dossier originally pr ... discuss

Ignoring Chicago’s problems, an aloof ideologue to the last It’s appropriate that Barack Obama gave his “farewell address” in his political hometown. Against this backdrop of pervasive ... discuss

This article was written by Paul Russell, the Director of HOPE Australia, and published by HOPE Australia on December 31, 2016.By Paul RussellA citizen's initiative to raise the issue of euthanas ... discuss

Emile Friant, Les Amoureux, 1888via Arts Everyday Living ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author:  Beyond Bizarre -  As we edge closer to Inauguration Day, there has been yet another vicious attempt by leftists in the government and the media to dele ... discuss

And let’s talk about the powerful using their position to bully others. We see that often. So much of sexual abuse is about power and abuse rather than lust. Which is why when powerful men use their ... discuss

The Regulative Principle of Worship holds that we worship God in the manner He has commanded us in His Word. As the Westminster Confession says, “But the acceptable way of worshipping the true God i ... discuss

In late October 2016, two doctors filed a court case challenging the Massachusetts assisted suicide law in order to give them the right to prescribe lethal drugs for assisted suicide. Patricia Wen of ... discuss

Nightmares and dreams about children plagued Stojan Adasevic for years while he worked as an abortionist for communist Serbia. In 26 years, Stojan aborted approximately 48,000 unborn children, includi ... discuss

Time is a tricky beast of a thing. It’s always in motion, moving me forward through life, even as I drag my spiritual feet. And it’s always holding me back when my heart would rather leap forwar ... discuss

One of the great expositors of recent church history is Martyn Lloyd-Jones, known as “The Doctor.” In this sermon, he preached on the doctrine of election, and you will find it helpful an ... discuss

50 years ago today, the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), was formally established at a meeting at the Wig and Pen Club, Strand, in London, the world's first pro-life group. Spare ... discuss

Turns out that MMA has twice the rate of domestic violence of the larger population and three times the rate of the National Football League. So you have a culture that is sexualized around gender nor ... discuss

My friend and fellow RM writer Marcos Ortega said it this way: “If the Father is authoritative and the Son subordinate, and if these attributes should define the way we live in the church and in our ... discuss

New York based publication The Human Life Review has just brought a new blog online. I wrote an article about Chinese dissident and human rights advocate Wei Jingsheng, and the universality of human r ... discuss

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the assisted suicide bill on December 19. The US Congress has 30 working days to vote NO to assisted suicide in DC. The Washington Examiner reported th ... discuss

The MCCL Blog has moved to a different location. It is now part of MCCL's new website. There will be no more posts at this address.We invite you to follow the new blog at www.mccl.org/blog to rec ... discuss

A Tennessee woman accused of trying to abort her late-term unborn son with a coat hanger is out of jail this week after she pleaded guilty to a reduced assault charge, the Daily News Journal reports. ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: Though every Republican in Congress voted against the Iran nuclear deal, “Tearing it up … is not going to happen,” says Sen. Bob Corker, chairman of the Foreign Relations Co ... discuss

(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a records request. All contracts between the California Legislature and former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. or Covin ... discuss

Why do women have abortions? As important a question as that is, it's hard to find a reliable answer. For more than a decade, the Guttmacher Institute has listed the same three reasons on their ab ... discuss

Why do women have abortions? As important a question as that is, it's hard to find a reliable answer. For more than a decade, the Guttmacher Institute has listed the same three reasons on their ab ... discuss

Now when Elisha had fallen sick with the illness of which he was to die, Joash king of Israel went down to him and wept before him, crying, “My father, my father! The chariots of Israel and its hors ... discuss

ANONYMOUS WRITES: I grew up in a Christian home. Recently my parents divorced, and I have been going through a rough time. I find that I really don’t believe in God much anymore. I know a lot a ... discuss

Renewed emphasis on practical ministries. Many of our churches have gone through a period of theological recovery for which I am very grateful. Now the leaders want to know the “how” along with th ... discuss

I’m different. This is something I have known for as long as I can remember. You see, I was the kid who just couldn’t sit still and focus. My fingers were always tapping on something while my min ... discuss

While I applaud many of Tripp’s helpful tips on Christian parenting, I think it is unhelpful and unbiblical to view our children as “lost.”  Are they sinners who need Jesus like I do?  Yes, f ... discuss

Every preacher has been there.  We can sense we are loosing our people and we still have 10 minutes left in the sermon.  We want to make sure we give adequate time to the preaching of God’s word, ... discuss

  During the election season, abortion was one of the top two most searched topics on Google. Americans were very interested in what the candidates were saying about abortion. Ultimately, the mos ... discuss

Let’s be clear. The Bible in general and the book of Acts in particular records and affirms the expected and desired dynamic of statistical growth in and through Gospel healthy churches… and so do ... discuss

True Christianity is not one New Year’s Resolution away- it’s not based on your decision. Instead, the Christian life begins with God’s choice. The evangelist John writes, “Children of God ar ... discuss

“Pastors, elders, and deacons – we who have been called to leadership but have lost our consuming passion for Christ – what will we do today? We need not retire. Instead, we need to repent ... discuss

“Peter is among the elect and we see acted out before us the manifestation of that fact in Jesus’ conversation with Peter. Peter was a sinner just like Judas. Judas was no better or worse than ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by AF BrancoAmericans for Limited Government Editorial: The attacks on Senator Jeff Sessions as he seeks to be confirmed as the nation’s Attorney General represent everything that ... discuss

Patrick Buchananby Patrick Buchanan: “As we begin 2017, the most urgent threat to liberal democracy is not autocracy,” writes William Galston of The Wall Street Journal, “it is illiberal democra ... discuss

Those Who Know & Have Worked Dr. Price For Years Call Him ‘One Of The Finest People In Washington’ & Laud His ‘Depth Of Experience In Healthcare’Senior Peach State Politicians: Dr. ... discuss

Another one of Donald Trump’s choices for his administration is rattling abortion activists this week. This time, they are upset by the choice of Katy Talento as a health policy advisor to the W ... discuss

This is my official painting of new US first lady Melania Trump with pancakes on top of his head-Larger Trump Tower and White House Melania Trump portrait.This painting was sold on my Etsy l ... discuss

When people ask me to name preachers that I enjoy listening to and learning from, the name of Alistair Begg always comes up in the conversation.  This clip from a Ligonier conference will demonstra ... discuss

But there is one argument that credobaptist proponents, then and now, have often used as a kind of reductio ad absurdum: if you baptize infants, you ought also to give them the Lord’s Supper. Ca ... discuss

by Robert Romano: After President-elect Donald Trump’s historic victory in the election was announced in the early morning of Nov. 9, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin offered Trump his congra ... discuss

On January 20, President-elect Donald J. Trump will be inaugurated the 45th President of the United States. Many are scratching their heads wondering, “How did this happen?” Others look to the new ... discuss

The most sought after posts on this blog concern confirmation preparation and parents looking for examples of confirmation letters to share with their children. But in this post I would like to share ... discuss

Obama’s “farewell address” is just words: he’s not going anywhere On January 10th, Mr. Obama will make his “farewell address” in Chicago. Like January 20th—when Donald Tr ... discuss

The Presbyterian hierarchy simply responded — with a hammer, mind you — to Machen’s provocations. That could have been the case but no one argued that. They largely reduced Machen to a cantanker ... discuss

by Robert Romano: President-elect Donald Trump has selected renowned pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, a one-time opponent of Trump’s for the GOP nomination, to be the nation’s next Secret ... discuss

The Times of Malta published a New Year’s interview by Matthew Xuereb, with Chief Justice emeritas Vincent De Gaetano, of the European Court of Human Rights in Malta. Xuereb asked Justice De Gae ... discuss

Time to Pull the Plug on ObamaCareBefore It Drags Us All Down the Drainby Heather R. Higgins & Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: There is a Trumpian solution.Republicans have campaigned against Obam ... discuss

Katsushika Hokusai, A Wild Sea at Choshi, c. 1833Via Arts Everyday Living ... discuss

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said this week that he will veto a late-term abortion bill if it reaches his desk, claiming the measure would hurt businesses in the state. The Associated Press reports V ... discuss

In only 15 days, the 2017 G3 Conference will be held in Atlanta.  If you would like to join us, seats are still available (registration).  Take time to listen to Paul Washer as he encourages younge ... discuss

Let’s face it: words are powerful. Throughout our entire lives, we communicate through language. We comprehend through language. We create through language. We interact through language, and that m ... discuss

Christ must be the center: We sang the hymn Be Thou My Vision at our wedding ceremony twenty years ago. When we chose the hymn, how little did I know how important having Christ as our vision would b ... discuss

For this reason the Westminster Confession notes that outside of the church “there is no ordinary possibility of salvation” (25.2).  This doesn’t mean that a Christian who cannot possibly join ... discuss

Someone asked me what the best thing about Christmas was for me this year. Before this year, I might have thought about all the people I spent Christmas with, the gifts, the music, the tinsel, the &# ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: In retaliation for the hacking of John Podesta and the DNC, Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats and ordered closure of their country houses on Long Island and Maryland’s ... discuss

Before I begin, let me just wish y'all a feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus! Who is reciting the Litany of Holy Name of Jesus right after she posts this blog post? This girl! There's a partial indul ... discuss

Comedian Rosie O’Donnell claims that President-elect Donald Trump is “mentally unstable.” Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. This is the same O’Donnell who said that ... discuss

ANA WRITES: 2016 has come to a close and many are setting goals and making plans for next year. So I was wondering: What are your plans for 2017? Where do you think God is leading you? Share Your T ... discuss

“The convictions that would bring you into membership in some of the congregations to which those men belong, or in which they find their home, would necessarily exclude you from membership in t ... discuss

“God’s decretive will refers to the secret, all-encompassing divine purpose according to which he foreordains whatsoever comes to pass. His preceptive will refers to the commands and prohi ... discuss

“In the first place it must impact the way we do theology. We handle the infallible truth of the divine revelation, but do so as those who ourselves are flawed in our ability to grasp that truth ... discuss

After reading the following post be sure to follow follow. . .  A Bundle of Baudinets Blog by Margaret Bolton Baudinet:Hello hello!Merry Christmas! This week has been yet another whirlwind. St. ... discuss

Sen. Jeff Sessionsby Jonathan Thompson: Every day members of the law enforcement community come to work prepared for anything. They understand that they are the thin blue line between a safe public ... discuss

Wonderful things happened this past Christmas when pro-lifers gathered to sing Christmas carols outside of abortion clinics across the country. Their songs celebrating the birth of the Christ child in ... discuss

Virginia couple Michael and Margaret Baudinet struggled with infertility and suffered the devastating loss of miscarriage.  This Christmas, however, they had five reasons to be ecstatic – their fiv ... discuss

SPUC Scotland's motivational message issued today via Twitter is: "The fight for the right to life is not the cause of a special few, but the cause of every man, woman and child who cares not only a ... discuss

Texas Planned Parenthoods asked a federal judge on Friday to stop the state from taking away its taxpayer funding, The Hill reports. In December, the Texas Health and Human Services told the abortion ... discuss

“Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD.” -Psalm 27:14 Advent. It is the waiting, the anticipation of what is coming. The first advent was the expectation that ... discuss

The inclusion of pro-life politics into political and economic conservatism inadvertently took the wind out of the sails of many conservative African American scholars who were more concerned with iss ... discuss

“We cannot think of Christ properly apart from the church.  All the offices he exercises as head over all things, he exercises on behalf of the church.  If we think of the church apart from Christ ... discuss

Today, Tenth has again been called to take on a serious challenge to the faith we hold dear. It is our privilege to take up ‘arms’ for our King in a battle far more foundational than those two hu ... discuss

America has a long history of anti-intellectualism, but this election revealed widespread distrust and hostility toward expertise, and the institutions, like universities, that produce it. Are scholar ... discuss

In considering how to glorify God in all that we do in our particular circumstances and callings, we would be wise to resolve to make particular resolutions to assist us in our sanctification. This we ... discuss

It's no mystery that I started, and named Debunking Atheists, after countless of blogs constantly deleting my comments, and blocking me. This one mainly. That initial frustrations is what sent my mind ... discuss

Oh, 2016... what a roller coaster year it was. I had so many lows but the highs were what made this year and what I went through worthwhile. Who knew that the lessons I learned during Lent -- on contr ... discuss

7 years ago at this time of year, Lily went to Philly. I was right at 29 weeks pregnant at the time.Earlier this week, I saw these two things on Facebook "Memories" that I posted in December 2009:My m ... discuss

It has been a transformative year at Equal Rights Institute.In our second full year as an organization we gave 27 speeches in Illinois, California, Missouri, Massachusetts, Michigan, Virginia, Colorad ... discuss

It has been a transformative year at Equal Rights Institute.In our second full year as an organization we gave 27 speeches in Illinois, California, Missouri, Massachusetts, Michigan, Virginia, Colorad ... discuss

“Even though he died at such a young age the impact of his ministry continue to be felt for many decades, and indeed the ripples continue today. By 1855 the congregation had grown to such an ext ... discuss

“I was super excited when I found this in my husband’s stack of books. I like it because I am in a busy season as a mother of six, who homeschools, and have the joy of my sister and her family ... discuss

“This is why it is perhaps helpful to speak of the preservation of the Christian by God before speaking of the Christian’s perseverance. Yet, even as we do this we need to be clear about what ... discuss

by Dave Andrusko, National Right to Life: Last Friday a wonderful piece, written by Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, appeared on his blog.“40 Ye ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: Donald Trump has a new best friend.“President-elect Trump, thank you for your warm friendship and your clear-cut support of Israel,” gushed Bibi Netanyahu, after he berated J ... discuss

An anti-women narrative masks liberal sour grapes  “But scientists? Record-breaking athletes? Leaders? Does. Not. Compute. Still! In 2016. From the lab to the Olympic podium to the Oval Office, Ame ... discuss

Politics dominated the news including this blog in 2016. As the year ends, though, I find that what sticks in my mind the most is my visit to Pathways pregnancy care center in Littleton back in April. ... discuss

The pro-abortion legal activist organization Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) recently changed its name and expanded its mission, but even though the goals of the organization are in direc ... discuss

Clara the Rhinoceros, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, 1749via WikiPaintingsClara was very famous and I thought this painting was fascinating. ... discuss

Whether a child is planned or not, the sweat, blood, tears, challenges and undeniable beauties of parenting are often uncharted waters for all of us. In a recent article in The Federalist, Kimberly Ro ... discuss

(LiveActionNews.org) –De De and Joe Fasciano were awaiting the birth of their first child when doctors gave them a difficult diagnosis. They were told that their little boy had Harlequin ichthyo ... discuss

In 2015, Reformation Bible College hosted a conference.  Below, you will view a Q&A session with Drs. Nathan Busenitz, Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul. $5 Friday ... discuss

Father Steve GrunowArchdiocese of ChicagoFather Grunow's Sermon Blog(Click here for today’s readings)January 1st is celebrated as not only the first date of the calendar’s new year, but also by th ... discuss

What is your dream that you hope will make a difference? What is your work to change the world? Do you want to feed hungry children in Africa? Be a missionary to China? Cure diseases in impoverished ... discuss

God has looked down the corridor of time and has seen your sinful attitudes, thoughts, words, and deeds. Additionally, with his omniscient eye he has foreseen your incorrigible free will. Left to you ... discuss

As I wrote two weeks ago, for the first time since this blog's inception, you lovely readers won't be voting on this blog's patron saint for the upcoming year. Instead, I opted to make the Holy Family ... discuss

I created this list using the Google Analytics for the ERI blog, instead of complicating the process by incorporating stats from LifeNews.com, where many of our articles are later republished.Our blo ... discuss

A couple of years ago, I reorganized my blogging schedule to be more intentional about how, when, and why I publish articles on my blog.  As a pastor, I want to use this blog to benefit to the churc ... discuss

“Technology is so immersive, it’s like oxygen.” So says Tony Reinke, a senior staff writer and researcher for desiringGod, who has studied culture and technology for years. “It’s s ... discuss

I've been wanting to blog this question all day because it's a major pet peeve of mine but I haven't had the time until now. As y'all know, today (and it's still the 28th in L.A.) is the feast of the ... discuss

“The plunge of any pastor represents the potential for every pastor. As we open the letter to read the news, we must accept the invitation to look at ourselves (1 Cor. 10 12). We must answer the ... discuss

We have seen how napping positively effects the brain in various ways. Not only does it boost brain power but it also stimulates the right side of the brain which is thought to “clean up” our brai ... discuss

Narcissistic people rarely have deep friendships and usually don’t really desire them. They have fans but not friends. They have the admiration of others but not intimacy. They want to surround them ... discuss

Christians must face the fact that a denial of the virgin birth is a denial of Jesus as the Christ. The Savior who died for our sins was none other than the baby who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, ... discuss

ALG Editorial: Now that Christmas is in the rear-view mirror, we are in the true closing stretch of the Obama Administration, and it just won’t go away.The outgoing President’s decision to stay ... discuss

ARRA News ServiceStands With Israelby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author:  More Punches Coming Against Israel?  Secretary of State John Kerry delivered a major address this morning outlining h ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Civil asset forfeiture is stealing. So, why is it still happening?Police seize boats, cars, houses and cash that they allege were used in the commission of a crime ... discuss

I put my probe down, find the head, then slide down to the bum. Fortunately, the baby is in a good position. “It’s definitely a boy!” I tell the mom and dad, as they peer ove ... discuss

A Virginia couple received a long-awaited early Christmas gift this year after struggling with the heartbreak of infertility and a miscarriage. Margaret Baudinet, 31, gave birth to quintuplets Ava, Cl ... discuss

Dr. John Foubert has been studying pornography and its effects on people for over a decade. I have written and spoken extensively on pornography, so I was eager when Dr. Foubert graciously asked me to ... discuss

I created this list using the Google Analytics for the ERI blog, instead of complicating the process by incorporating stats from LifeNews.com, where many of our articles are later republished.Our blo ... discuss

Several years ago, Conrad Mbewe preached in the Strange Fire conference.  His topic was, “Are We Preachers or Witch Doctors?”  You can view the full sermon below and consider the proble ... discuss

While the majority of evangelicals see the problems with Vines’s view, Hill’s is more appealing to evangelicals in the current cultural climate. Many who hold or support this middle view may belie ... discuss

“If $1,500 per teenager has to be raised so that a youth group can go on a short-term mission trip we need to make sure that it was worth the investment! A sure way of doing this is to make sure ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: Did the community organizer from Harvard Law just deliver some personal payback to the IDF commando? So it would seem.By abstaining on that Security Council resolution declaring ... discuss

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahulights a Hanukkia at the Western Wall inJerusalem’s Old City on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016.With him is rabbi of the Western Wall, ShmuelRabino ... discuss

. . . Report: he’s cooking up another oneby P. David Hornik: UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which was passed on Friday and focuses on Israeli settlement activity, is even worse than its critic ... discuss

Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionIn 2016, Canada officially decriminalized euthanasia and California decriminalized assisted suicide. The disability rights movement ... discuss

. . . How Trump Can Reduce The Federal Workforce And Drain The Swampby Robert Romano: Republican presidential candidates the past many years have spoken of plans to reduce the federal workforce and r ... discuss

“Paul does not mince his words. He condemns them as ‘men of corrupt mind, who have been robbed of the truth and who think that godliness is a means to financial gain’ (1TI 6.5). The life of ... discuss

“My primary interest in biblical theology has always been not for its own sake but for the relationship and interface between it and systematic theology, as the former serves to provide the latt ... discuss

A couple of amazing things happened while I prayed the 54-day Rosary novena (from All Saints' Day through Christmas Eve).- I was described as "bubbly" for the first time in a decade. This isn't new fo ... discuss

It's official. The 2016 word of the year is "post-truth." Last year it was an emoji. In 2014 the word was "vape." And in 2013 it was "selfie." With the truth twisting, emotional appeals, and personal ... discuss

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At the age of thirty, I find myself saying things that I really hated my own father saying to me when I was a kid. I’ve experienced firsthand the hilarious truth of Mark Twain’s reflection on his ... discuss

In order to answer the question where to start reading Owen, it is helpful to ask first why his writings are difficult to read. Some have blamed Owen’s difficult style on his Latinized grammar. This ... discuss

“Yes, I say, thank God for the Christmas season; thank God for the softening it brings to stony hearts; thank God for the recognition that it brings for the little children whom Jesus took into His ... discuss

Concerning how we understand repentance, Bible-believing Christians should be wary of at least three major errors. First, the Roman Catholic Church has turned repentance into a sacrament, where in the ... discuss

Despair, in other words, is only remedied through faith in Jesus Christ, “through whom we have now received reconciliation” with God (Rom 5:11). Even those united to Christ through faith c ... discuss

As believers we live by faith, not by sight. Our circumstances may appear to indicate that God is not for us or that he is giving us too much to handle. Yet we live by faith in God’s word which says ... discuss

I just wanted to write a quick "Merry Christmas, everyone!" message to you lovely readers. I hope y'all have had a beautiful and blessed Christmas. I hope y'all had a chance to go to Mass, unlike me w ... discuss

As I pondered the central aspect of the Christian faith, Jesus, I began to become more convinced that Jesus was the Christ promised all throughout the Old Testament. He truly was the Son of God who ca ... discuss

So when I noticed an album-shaped present under the tree, I assumed it would be George Beverly Shea singing Christmas songs or a Christian folk group that my parents thought I might tolerate. I would ... discuss

On the surface, that might sound reasonable. But if you look closely, you will see that it does not really do justice to Luke’s narrative. Mary and Zechariah and Elizabeth were not gullible bumpkins ... discuss

The hold of your enemy is broken by Him who came as your substitute to destroy his works. By faith in Jesus you are freed from sin’s guilt, freed from sin’s power, and freed from sin’s penalty. ... discuss

En ocasión del cumpleaños de Jesucristo (¡eso es la Navidad!) y a modo de regalo del blog para sus lectores, les ofrecemos esta bella selección de videos que se presentan como un hermoso pretexto ... discuss

Have you ever felt cheated out of Christmas? Let me explain. We build this holiday up in our minds. Create an ideal—the way it’s “supposed to be.” There’s all the decorations, lights, cooki ... discuss

“Here‘s how Alan Jacobs is praying for everyone in Washington but president-elect Trump: I am praying that people in our government who hold some power power and possess at least a little inte ... discuss

Of course, to Christians, it really doesn’t matter that much whether or not they co-opted December 25thfrom the pagans, or vice versa. The Christian faith doesn’t stand or fall on that detail. B ... discuss

Apparently, Scrooge wanted to stress me out right before Christmas. Awesome! lol. So, what happened? Yesterday I received an email informing me that my financial aid had been suspended despite having ... discuss

The story of Hanukkah is often told with an emphasis on the evil ruler, Antiochus IV Epiphanes, King of the Hellenistic Seleucid empire, who was bent on the Hellenization of the Jewish people. Had he ... discuss

One of the most frustrating assertions from abortion-choice advocates are that pro-life advocates are “anti-science” or “don’t understand science,” which is why they are ... discuss

St. Peter & Paul Chapel in Cairo Bombed byMuslims in Nov. 2016 killing 25 Christiansby Leo Hohmann: The Islamic State has allegedly published a secret list in Arabic of thousands of churches in all 5 ... discuss




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