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Jeannie Monahan Mancini, President and National Director of the March for Life, has extensively focused her career on women’s health and pro-life issues, fighting for both the unborn and those facin ... discuss

Modesty standards are another part of cultural differences I find fascinating. Women here, good women, nice girls, can wear shorter shorts, shorter skirts, or skin tight slacks. But I almost never s ... 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

by Katrina Trinko, The Daily Signal: It’s 2017 and women are still being silenced.The twist is that it’s now by other women.The Women’s March on Washington, scheduled to occur the day after ... 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

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

Pruitt ‘Will Strike The Right Balance Between Protecting Our Land, Air And Water While Respecting The Rights Of Property Owners And Entrepreneurs’Okla. Attorney General Scott Pruitt“The Oklaho ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton voters had different media diets, but a study finds common ground in Facebook as an important news source — even if their individual feeds bore lit ... discuss

Fr. Frank PavoneThe Bible clearly teaches that abortion is wrong. This teaching comes across in many ways and for many reasons. Some people point out that the word "abortion" is not in the Bible, and ... discuss

Those of us at the Susan B Anthony Birthplace Museum in Adams, Mass., are saddened that the museum honoring this American iconic heroine and tireless worker for women’s rights will not be among the ... discuss

President Obama’s farewell address in Chicago on January 10—although overshadowed in the news cycle by President-elect Trump’s press conference in New York less than a day later&mdas ... discuss

It isn’t just the Women’s March on Washington that’s excluding pro-life women; the liberal media are doing the same during their nationally broadcast coverage of the event. On Tuesday, ABC ancho ... discuss

It does not matter how well you think you know someone in the church. It matters not how long so-and-so has been serving (Remember what we have already said about successful predators). You must insis ... discuss

With years of study and experience at his disposal, Qureshi argues that while Islam and Christianity share some major similarities as Abrahamic monotheistic faiths, their differences set them fundamen ... discuss

Detail, The Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew, Caravaggio, 1603–1606.Fr. René J. Butler, M.S.Provincial Superior, La Salette Missionaries of North AmericaHartford, Connecticut(Click here for today ... 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 Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: In the Show-Me State, an attorney is showing us government held accountable.He leaves folks inspired about their freedom, wondering . . . who was that masked attor ... discuss

The Women’s March on Washington’s message could not be clearer: “women” does not include pro-life women or women in the womb. The day after the inauguration, the women’s march promises to ... discuss

This is something I remembered from when we lived in Okinawa, which is also a coral island in the China sea, so many of the construction resources and materials are similar, and the climate needs are ... 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

“From my experience, depression is rarely discussed in the Church – not for lack of empathy, but rather a lack of knowledge on how to address the epidemic.  Yes, I said epidemic. This widespr ... 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

The saint of the day for January 17 is St. Anthony of the Desert (c. 251–356), a religious hermit and monk, who is known as the founder of monasticism. His rule of order was one of the first to cre ... discuss

Martin Luther King Day celebrating the birthday of Dr. King, is also Robert E. Lee’s birthday holiday… In this ultimate irony, Martin Luther King Day and Robert E. Lee Day, holidays celebrating bo ... discuss

Rev. Franklin Grahamby Tony Perkins: Donald Trump and Rev. Franklin Graham have one thing in common: they're not easily intimidated. Apparently, that memo never made it to the extremists at the Counci ... discuss

across the street from me ... discuss

St. Anthony, the "Father of Monks", sought perfect solitude in the desert at the age of 18. Laying the foundations of monastic life, he instructed his disciples to live lives of severe mortification a ... discuss

The practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide overseas has been a disaster, with so-called safeguards failing and doctor-assisted killing on the rise, and not just for the terminally ill, says world ... discuss

For the generation that has grown up glued to social media, anything goes. Photos and videos of pets, family vacations, friends, selfies, food – and in the case of one Georgia girl, a tragic video d ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: In his Washington Post op-ed, "The dangerous myth of the 'missing black father,'" Mychal Denzel Smith argues that "responsible fatherhood only goes so far in a wor ... discuss

Michael Reebby Michael Reeb: Asking with a terseness normally associated with changing religions or declaring a new nationality, many people that know me have politely cornered me and demanded: “Ho ... 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

What do you see? I see beauty. I see and taste, and smell, the flavor and scent of good, very good, charcoal grilled fresh fish. I see food. Nourishment, sustenance, life. Let food be food. Real food ... discuss

“Try to use in all your sermons, as far as you can, simple words.” This doesn’t mean the preacher can only use words of one syllable or that he cannot teach important terms and definitions. Rath ... 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

Previously X. Another, and that a very frequent fault, in passing a judgment upon books, is this, that persons spread the same praises or the same reproaches over a whole treatise, and all the chapter ... discuss

Fr. Charles IrvinSenior PriestDiocese of Lansing(Click here for today’s readings)When Jesus heard that John the Baptist had been arrested, he withdrew to Galilee. He left His hometown of Nazareth an ... discuss

You have got to read this. Hurry up already. Need a hook? A modern poet learns that a couple of her poems are the topic of some of the test questions by a Pearson standardized test in Texas. She pr ... discuss

But Reformed theology and its influence have been around Indonesia much longer than Tong. It came first in the late 1500s with the Dutch, who aimed to monopolize the spice trade with their Dutch East ... discuss

Proverbs is, at one level, a simple book to understand, and, at another level, a book that requires a great deal of spiritual discernment and wisdom. To get wisdom, we must read wisdom and we must pra ... 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

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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

“I have visited congregations where the pastor told me about the influence of The Trellis and the Vine and how he modeled his church after it. Yet when I participated in the worship and listened ... discuss

The Wollman Rinkby Newt Gingrich: Congressional Republicans are about to be confronted with the first great choice of the Trump era, and it will be interesting to see if they can apply the lessons of ... discuss

Many parents are concerned with the direction of education in the nation today. Children are not being taught what they need to learn. In the past, American textbooks were always picked by local schoo ... discuss

Discrimination against people with disabilities has become acceptable in today’s society as long as that person is still in the womb. A Canadian woman recently defended aborting her unborn son a ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: It’s neither “iconic” nor “ironic.”“Storm fells one of California’s iconic drive-through tunnel trees, carved 137 years ago,” Travis M. Anderson’ ... 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

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

40 Days for Life, the inspirational brainchild co-founded by Shawn Carney, now president of the organization, commenced as a small peaceful prayer vigil outside an abortion facility in his college to ... discuss

Press conferences are usually pretty staid affairs, with long policy questions and longer policy answers. You might also hear some ridiculous fluff questions, such as the NY Times’ Jeff Zeleny’s ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Just when you thought it was safe to ignore Hillary Clinton . . .Out from the Land of Might Have Been blurps the "news from nowhere" as to what Mrs. Clinton's cabi ... discuss

Dr. Ben CarsonNomineefor HUD SecretaryARRA News Service: Today, nominee for United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson received the bipartisan endorsement of four former Sec ... discuss

We are highlighting the top 20 ways that the Trump administration can address values issues in the first 100 days through administrative and agency actions in order to repair some of the damage that t ... discuss

This post is the first of three in a series on Preaching in a Secular Age. I began my chapter on preaching and postmodernism in We Cannot Be Silent with these words, “A common concern seems to emerg ... discuss

The present evangelical church culture that we live in is, in many ways, hitched to the train of pragmatism.  Whatever works is what the church practices because it brings about results.  What if a ... discuss

A self-governing people, in short, had to be a virtuous people who were controlled from within by an internal moral compass, which would replace external control by an authoritarian ruler’s whip and ... discuss

  It’s About Time All You Hollywood Far Left Liberals WAKE UP & Shut Up!! Understand this! The only reason you exist is for my entertainment. Some of you are beautiful. Some of you can deliver ... discuss

by Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: Fake news is still in the news. In fact, PolitiFact designated “Fake News” as the “2016 Lie of the Year.” Some of the examples they cited are: “Hilla ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Yesterday, we discovered that the biggest term limits opponent in Arkansas — former state senator Jon Woods — also allegedly led an elaborate legislative fraud ... discuss

Above all, the prophets remind us of the moral state of a people: Few are guilty, but all are responsible. If we admit that the individual is in some measure conditioned or affected by the spirit of s ... discuss

Conjoined twins occur in about one in 100,000 pregnancies, and this phenomenon recently occurred in a rare case in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. According to the Daily Mail, a mother there gave birth on Frid ... discuss

The real reason for concern is the fact that White’s brand of Christianity is a manifestation of the psyche of modern America in a religious idiom, and thoroughly continuous with the last eight year ... 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

Former Arkansas State Rep. Micah Nealby Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Former Arkansas State Rep. Micah Neal pled guilty last week to a felony charge of conspiring “with an Arkansas state senator ... 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

Americans United for Life today released its annual report about the most pro-life and pro-abortion states when it comes to passing pro-life legislation that protects women and unborn children. The AU ... discuss

William Laud, born in 1573, was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633 to 1645 in the days of King Charles I. It was a turbulent time throughout, one of violent divisions in the Church of England, eventua ... discuss

“The earliest church was seen as too exclusive and a threat to the social order because it would not honor all deities; today Christians are again being seen exclusive and a threat to the socia ... discuss

“I pretty much agree with Mike Horton’s review though I thought he was too easy on the book. I’d like to add three thoughts to Mike’s review. I’m not going to do any summ ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: “Republicans would create chaos in the health care system because they are stuck,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says, “between a rock and a cliché. ... discuss

Like so many others, Allison Schneider was bitterly disappointed when she woke up on Nov. 9 to learn that Donald Trump – and not Hillary Clinton – won the presidential race. Schneider, an OB-GYN r ... discuss

Father Lance HarlowThe transition from the Christmas season to Ordinary Time is fraught with emotion for most of us. The unit of time employed for the liturgical season called "ordinary" doesn’t mea ... discuss

Kentucky legislators moved quickly to send two abortion-related bills to their governor’s desk on Saturday, a sign of the new legislature’s dedication to protecting human life. The bills, ... discuss

Contact: ChinaAid Media Team, 432-553-1080 cell, 888-889-7757, 432-689-6985, media@chinaaid.org GUIYANG, Guizhou, China, Jan. 6, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- Yang Hua, a house church pastor who has b ... discuss

Too often we hear of men who are well-thought of in church. They know all of the right phrases, and know when to shed the right tears. They sing with gusto and say “Amen” at the right places in th ... discuss

Astonishingly the religiosity of Congress is considerably higher than America at large. Seventy-one percent of Americans describe themselves as Christian, according to Pew statistics. While significan ... discuss

Saint Proclus, the 5th century patriarch of Constantinople, is best known for his defense of Mary as the Mother of God against the bishop Nestorius. The following reading is excerpted from one of his ... discuss

Ecce Homo painting via Wikimedia CommonsI prayed a short prayer one day, as I began my first semester at Liberty University. I knew I loved Jesus, but I didn’t really understand how it fit into eve ... discuss

Mr. Bock, who is Presbyterian, is credited with being the first Hollywood marketer to realize that churches had started to install enormous screens to use during their services, sometimes just to disp ... discuss

Whatever Aquinas says in one place concerning election, regeneration, justification, the bestowal of the Holy Spirit, adoption, sanctification, and other graces, must be considered with the realizatio ... discuss

Expect the unexpected. “Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is ... 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

“The idea that a good church member is someone who’s there every Sunday, at small group every Wednesday, and active in another area of service, is an assumption at which we need to pause. For ... discuss

“Most wives keep this burden a secret, assuming it’s only their husband who is struggling. No one else is in the same boat. Yet thoughts like these only compound the shame and the sufferin ... discuss

Reversing a centuries-old tradition, the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity released a new Vatican document in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation officially ... 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

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Thirty-three years past 1984, we’re living in an Orwellian world of “fake news.”In November, the Washington Post informed readers that a “Russian propagand ... discuss

Every time Republicans talk about trying to defund government funding for the largest abortion provider in the country the media freaks out about the GOP’s “war on women.” Thursday night on CNN ... discuss

This article was published by National Review online on January 4, 2017.Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithStopping life support so natural death can come is a normal part of health care. We all have the righ ... discuss

Contact: ChinaAid Media Team, 432-553-1080 cell, 888-889-7757, 432-689-6985, media@chinaaid.org GUIYANG, Guizhou, China, Jan. 6, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- Yang Hua, a house church pastor who has b ... 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

And I daily tip toe through it all. Pitfalls on the left. Pitfalls on the right. I want those in more liberal cultures to know that their cry for social justice was God’s idea first, who made all of ... 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

Scott Pruitt with Sen. Joe Manchin ARRA News Service: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator-designate Scott Pruitt today met with U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (WV-D) on Capitol Hill to d ... discuss

Gary Bauerby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: Can you imagine how you would feel if you saw Islamic extremists dancing in the streets of half of Jerusalem? What about watching scenes of Jewish refug ... discuss

by Beverly Hallberg: Good or bad, people have an opinion about President-elect Donald Trump. He’s been part of the national conversation for years and will continue to be for at least the next four. ... discuss

Jaws may have fallen to the floor when an elderly lady stepped foot in a tattoo parlor. She isn’t quite a stereotypical customer. But for one Canadian grandmother, the tattoo parlor was another erra ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: President-Elect Donald J. Trump wasn't my choice. Yet, as with any president of these United States, I say: work with him when he's doing right. And Mr. Trump is do ... discuss

by John and Andy Schlafly : As soon as the election results sank in, sleepy federal bureaucrats woke up and shifted into high gear, furiously finalizing regulations that could be issued before Preside ... discuss

In our culture of “anything goes,” we don’t like to think that there can be a right and wrong approach to something that feels so personal. However, when we let our own preferences dictate our p ... discuss

by Tom Balek, Contributing Author: What made the United States an economic powerhouse with the highest standard of living in the world? Without a doubt, it is our belief in free market economics. W ... discuss

Gary Bauerby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author:  Pence vs. Obama - Vice President-elect Mike Pence and lame duck President Barack Obama headed to Capitol Hill today. Each caucused with their ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The savvier economists (and intellectuals like Steven Pinker) like to remind us that it is progress that must be explained; poverty is natural.But when you see pov ... discuss

Dr. Alan Keyesby Dr. Alan Keyes:"Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrumpThe United Nations has such great potential but right now it is just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. So ... 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

by Jarrett Stepman: Following the presidential election, numerous stories surfaced about how “fake news” influenced the results. This prompted a reaction from the media and a concerted effort by t ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Consider the intersection of freedom and decontextualized fragments.The specific “decontextualized fragments” in question appear in great and not-so-great work ... discuss

To some people, the birth of a child may seem like a common, everyday occurrence, but to pro-lifers, it’s always something more. It’s something worth celebrating. And when babies are born ... discuss

Yesterday I mentioned TelePictionary. It's a cross between Telephone and Pictionary, and if you don't know how to play it, I'm here to remedy that for you.What you need: Paper Pens or pencil ... discuss

“Places where I’ve heard of this happening: known family members and friends are far and away the most common. Perpetrators ages ranging from young teens to adults. It is almost always a male ... discuss

“On the ninth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, nine ladies dancing ...”The traditional Roman calendar associates this day with the Holy Name of Jesus. It used to be associated with the d ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Thomas Sowell, who retired from his syndicated column last week, may be the greatest public intellectual of our time.Though he is “an original,” an iconoclast, ... discuss

. . . A tribute to an unsung hero.Steve K. Bannonby David Horowitz & Matthew Vadum: TIME magazine named Donald Trump “Person of the Year” for 2016, and we could have done the same. But this woul ... discuss

Yesterday, on the first day of 2017, I had the privilege to preach from Romans 10 on the subject of missions.  Each year, typically during the final few weeks of the year, I preach a missionary biog ... discuss

This issue surfaced when a homosexual congregant was repeatedly nominated for a deacon position, only for said nomination to be obstructed by church bylaws. This, combined with the number of out-of-th ... 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

“They believed every man must find his own place in a world in which a place has been made for him”. Ralph Husted, an Indiana businessman and classic-liberal, wrote those words in reference to the ... discuss

Another year has passed. While each year has its individual joys and sorrows felt by each of us and those we love, there are those events and historical developments we share in common, and 2016 certa ... 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

“On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, seven swans a-swimming ...”Allowing for corruptions evolving the text as described earlier, the "seven swans a-swimming" completes the fi ... 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

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The Berlin terrorist attack just a little over a week ago fit a noteworthy pattern. German authorities had investigated Anis Amri — the Tunisian man who drove tha ... discuss

Americans for Limited Government Editorial: It is the end of 2016 and while many on the left view the year as the worst one ever, for those of us at Americans for Limited Government, it was a year of ... discuss

by Dr. Thomas Sowell: Thomas Sowell has just published a revised and enlarged edition of his classic “Wealth, Poverty and Politics.” At the very beginning, he quotes Alexander Hamilton, who said, ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The President-elect has had some difficulty booking celebrity acts for his inauguration. And instead of taking this as a cue to trim down on celebratory excess, his ... discuss

There’s been a fair amount of chatter, overwhelmingly positive, about an interview the former director of Barack Obama’s 2012 faith outreach gave to Emma Green of the Atlantic. I am considerably l ... 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

Abortion is justified, many of its defenders argue, because women have a right to control their own bodies. “My body, my choice,” signs and bumper stickers proclaim. The bodily autonomy argument t ... discuss

They gathered together on a Saturday, in the Bronx—they came from far and near, from all races, and from differing educational backgrounds and vocations. They differed in many other ways—but they ... 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

With their preferred candidate having lost the presidential election, pro-abortionists are angrier and more eager to censor than ever. If we are not alert and on guard, groups such as National Right t ... discuss

The birth rate in California dropped to the lowest level ever recorded in 2016, a new report from the state Department of Finance found. The state birth rate of 12.42 births per 1,000 residents is clo ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Politicians in Tampa, Florida, have forced citizens there to vote for term limits, and then vote to keep those term limits again and again — against attempts to ... discuss

“On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, six geese a-laying ...”Geese were among the first birds to be domesticated. As our ancestors made the transformation from hunting and gathe ... discuss

As journalists and political pundits continue speculating about why Democrats lost so heavily in the election, one word keeps popping up – abortion. The Democratic Party adopted its most extreme, ou ... discuss

As the recent death of Fidel Castro has thrust Cuba into the headlines across the United States and throughout the West, the lingering question remains, what—if anything—will change in a Cuba now ... discuss

“On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, five gold rings ...”The fifth day's gift of gold rings (or "golden rings" in some versions) refers not to gold jewelry, but to a characteri ... 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

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

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 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

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: All informed, concerned adults should vote.If they want to.Yes, I am all for ballot access, and suggestions that we must minimize the vote in any election elicit a ... discuss

Dr. Thomas Sowellby Dr. Thomas Sowell: Any honest man, looking back on a very long life, must admit — even if only to himself — being a relic of a bygone era. Having lived long enough to have seen ... discuss

You can tell a lot about a person by the people they hang around with. Someone, I forgot who, once said, “Show me a man’s friends and I will show you the man.” Who are Jesus’ friends? When we ... discuss

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“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

Expect the unexpected. “Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is ... discuss

There are numerous stories of complications from abortions, or the horrifying stories of abortions gone wrong, even when performed by licensed medical professionals. However, one British physician is ... discuss

Her family and friends—and I am privileged to say I am one— quickly grasped that Jean Garton’s symptoms likely meant this pro-life tower of strength would not live long. Early yesterday morning, ... discuss

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

Merry Christmas! Hodie nobis coelorum rex de virgine nasci dignatus est, ut hominem perditum ad coelestia regna revocaret. Gaudet exercitus angelorum: Quia salus aeterna humano generi apparuit. G ... discuss

If Whitefield had avoided altering the poetry of Charles Wesley, perhaps more English speakers today would recognize the word “welkin,” or perhaps equally as likely, our churches would have passed ... discuss

ARRA News Service: the following video Bruce Willas' YouTube channel captures the sentements of Former Governor Mike Huckabee over President Obama Admin. U.N. Israel Vote. An action which slammed ou ... discuss

Christmas is a wonderful time of year.  It's a time when we reflect upon the birth of our savior.  It's a time when we rejoice, feast, give gifts, and fellowship with family.  I think I ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author:  Christmas is a time of hope and blessings, a celebration of life and salvation. The Scriptures teach us that children are a blessing from God. It has also be ... 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

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The festival of Hanukkah begins tomorrow at sundown; Christmas is on Sunday. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, a time to spend with family and friends, t ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 658 Proper of Seasons: 365 (reading, concluding prayer) Complementary Psalter: 1091 (Series I, Midmorning) Midmorning Prayer for December 22 us ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: The terrorist who hijacked a truck in Berlin and ran over and killed 12 people, maiming and wounding 48 more, in that massacre in the Christmas market, has done more damage than ... discuss

I love to reread this each year, journeying through Advent, so I'm reposting it.Ending our examination of chapter five of  Go to Joseph, Father Gilsdorf leads us to consider Joseph when he f ... discuss

[dropcapA[/dropcap]s we celebrate the birth of Christ this weekend, this video and song by Sovereign Grace Music is worth listening to and considering the theology of the incarnation. Statistics  ... discuss

The Obama administration proposed a new NIH policy, issued on August 5, 2016 that would allow for NIH to fund human-animal chimera research. The proposed scope of funding would include research which ... discuss

If you are in Christ, God has made a covenant with you by sacrifice, the sacrifice of His beloved son, Jesus Christ.  In Christ God has supremely demonstrated His Hesed and Hemet.  This Hesed and He ... discuss

I've been giving a lot of thought to certain tensions in the Church at the moment, and my clearest impression is that people are not really hearing one another speak. It troubles me when this happens. ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Confucius said that our first task is to "rectify the language."That amounts to word control, but we probably should not take that too literally. We cannot "control ... discuss

Next time your local radio station plays a cut from “A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra” this holiday season—don’t worry, you won’t need to wait long—you may want to call to mind this li ... discuss

stock photo, cc 2.0 vi PixabayCan Christianity be proven? Contrary to popular belief that the Christian faith is based on unproven assumptions, there is actually a great deal of evidence for the Chris ... discuss

Many people claim that John Calvin was against missions and that those who call themselves Calvinists or prescribe to the 5-points of Calvinism are anti-missional in their thinking.  Is that true? ... discuss

Pork shanghai lumpiaBanana leaves are good for wrapping up meat for barbecueing. you can also line baking pans with them instead of greasing the pan. Sayote (Chayote) can be served: by cooking in sal ... discuss

If some of the students at Covenant College want to bow the knee and pray during the National Anthem, I have no problem with this.  My problem is that they should be doing it for another reason. Amer ... discuss

Grinch's War on Christmasby John and Andy Schlafly: The Trump transition team is working on its first package of executive actions, including steps to rescind or revoke numerous improper executive act ... discuss

. . . Remind West Of True Enemy, Radical Islamby Robert Romano: While the Electoral College in the U.S. was officially making Donald Trump the President-elect on Dec. 19, twin terror attacks in Berli ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: On December 21, 1620, William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims landed on what is now known as Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts.American settlers in Nacog ... discuss

A Jacksonville, Florida woman says she does not care how people use the positive pregnancy tests that she sells on Craigslist. Six months pregnant, the woman has been selling her urine and positive pr ... discuss

The memo obviously went out among the sources of Elite opinion that they should accuse the Russians of “hacking” the election. The coordination of the message, and the message rather than the news ... discuss

Guest Post by David MartinWith the crisis of faith ever intensifying, it somehow has evaded the Catholic hierarchy that    the crux of the problem has been our casual and disparaging re ... discuss

they are the voices of the distant and the dead, and make us heirs of the spiritual life of past ages. — Channing. Unless otherwise noted, books are free but this can change without notice. Doublec ... discuss

Print on card stock, or print on paper and paste to a piece of a cereal or cracker box you’ve cut to size.   For holes for lacing, put the card  on a box or just on the table with a piece of c ... discuss

The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light... (Isaiah 9:2) The common application of Isaiah 9:2 is a spiritual one in which the “people who walked in darkness” are those who lived p ... discuss

As a pastor, I’ve seen too many marriages flounder (or fall apart) over the years. The church usually is good about rallying around a couple for sympathy, counsel, and comfort in the midst of marita ... discuss

by Dr. Thomas Sowell: Nothing so epitomizes the politically correct gullibility of our times as the magic word "diversity." The wonders of diversity are proclaimed from the media, extolled in the aca ... discuss

Gary Bauerby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: New Thinking - Responding to yesterday's terror attacks in Ankara and Berlin, President-elect Donald Trump tweeted, "The civilized world must ... discuss

A version of the following article first appeared in the November-December 2016 issue of MCCL News.Abortion is justified, many of its defenders argue, because women have a right to control their own b ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: It’s the Christmas season, so wait to do this until the New Year, but . . . be sure to fire your male doctor.He’s a quack.At least, that seems to be the gist o ... discuss

In 2016, America experienced the largest attempt to expand abortion since the 1980s. It failed. Despite the best efforts of the Abortion Cartel in a year of conditions that favored it, closures of abo ... discuss

No man has a right to bring up his children without surrounding them with books, if he has the means to buy them. It is a wrong to his family. Children learn to read by being in the presence of books. ... discuss

  This poem seemed particularly apt for this election year, which has caused so much friction and harsh words between friends: Under the Holly Bough Charles MacKay Ye who have scorned each other, ... discuss

Duly Noted America’s new President needs to make crucial decisions regarding the nexus to China, Russia, and Europe. This writing focuses on the US-Europe-NATO link which needs to be reconsidered, b ... discuss

CNN reports that a man in Berlin used a truck to plow through a group of people at a Christmas market, killing 9 and injuring 50 more. The tractor trailer appeared to deliberately ram through several ... 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

White House chief of staff Denis McDonough made what has to be one of the most laughable - and ignorant - comments about President Obama and Catholicism.Speaking on David Axelrod's podc ... discuss

Greenwich, Connecticut, Dec 16, 2016 / 12:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Young Americans are dying at a rate not seen since the Vietnam War. But they are not dying in combat - they’re dying of the eff ... discuss

One of the beautiful things about Christianity is that it often look so different; it comes with great freedom. One of the most difficult things about Christianity can be when we expect everyone to lo ... discuss

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I've spent the last two articles responding to an article by blogger Richard Rowe, in which he asserts (without any good arguments but with a whole lot of unjustified arrogance) that pro-choice is the ... discuss

Westchester, N.Y., Dec 12, 2016 / 11:02 pm (CNA).- What if proof for God's existence – and our very souls – could be found within our DNA? Published in September of this year by Howard Bo ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 13, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Every day in the remote villages of Northeast India courageous priests and nuns are braving the elements of the wild – including tiger att ... discuss




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