Topic: convictions

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: On Wednesday, March 4, the Supreme Court will hear the King v. Burwell case. It is likely to deliver a death blow to ObamaCare when the decision is announced in a ... discuss

Some might say he was clinging to his guns and religion. Abraham Lincoln began his Second Inaugural Address with a reference to the military situation. Gen. Grant’s powerful army then held the r ... discuss

 Does religion have a role in bioethics? By Michael Cook The notion that religious convictions have no place in medicine or bioethics is ... discuss

By Joseph Infranco, Senior Counsel, Vice President of Alliance Coordination Disgraced Yankee superstar Alex Rodriguez recently made headlines with a hand-written apology addressed “(to) the (f)ans ... discuss

By Sarah Kramer, Marketing Campaign Coordinator Religious freedom and Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOGI) ordinances are on a collision course. They cannot coexist. SOGIs prohibit discrimination ... discuss

I’ve got just a couple of new Kindle deals for you today: Fierce Convictions by Karen Swallow Prior ($3.99 - Note: It is a very highly-regarded and relatively new biography); The Ce ... discuss

by Ann Coulter: You can always tell the media are hiding something when they obsessively focus on Muslim atrocities someplace else in the world. Cable TV could cover Muslim atrocities 24 hours a day, ... discuss

Washington D.C., Feb 26, 2015 / 06:28 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The State Department’s new LGBT special envoy will promote human rights abroad but could also pose a serious threat to religious freedo ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to the Social Conservative Review Theologian David Wells has written of “the extraordinary bombardment … that goes on every day from a thousand different sources ... discuss

Chaplain Gordon James Klingenschmitt, PhD, Praying In Jesus Name: "U.S. Army Chaplain Capt. Joseph Lawhorn has been wrongly disciplined for offering spiritual guidance, including biblical referenc ... discuss

What does intolerance look like? You hear that word, and what comes to mind? Unreasoning, illogical dislike for people different from himself? Someone unaccepting of others that don’t see the world ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: Something very unpleasant is occurring in America. Those who have a strong religious faith are being denied the right to say “no” based on its teachings and v ... discuss

  From: Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2015 Subject: Never heard it said better!  Never heard it said better! "FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica; COLOR: black; FONT-SIZE: 10pt"> Maureen Sco ... discuss

18 February AD 1546 Martin Luther, born on 10 November 1483, in Eisleben, Germany, initially began studies leading toward a degree in law. However, after a close encounter with death, he switched to ... discuss

When former Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was suspended, investigated, and fired for self-publishing a religious book that briefly mentioned biblical teaching regarding non-marital sexual conduct, includ ... discuss

by Stefano Gennarini, J.D., Center for Family & Human Rights: Guadalupe was convicted of murdering her newborn baby. Her case failed multiple appeals. But now she is is free, courtesy of a multi-year ... discuss

Last week, I shared with you some of the good news of important victories your prayers and support have enabled Alliance Defending Freedom to have a part in across the U.S. But we’ve also been bles ... discuss

  America does not give up on those who do not give up on themselves.  During this memorable Black History Month we must remember not to forget that Dr. Woodson wanted the month to coincide with ... discuss

A pro-life family that runs pharmacies in Washington State won their legal battle after abortion activists attempted to force them to sell pills that may cause abortions. Now, that family is suck payi ... discuss

Mayor Sally Lee declared Sorsogon City a “Pro-Life City” on February 2, in honor of pro-life month in the Philippines. The executive order highlights pertinent provisions of the Philippine Constit ... discuss

Sorsogon City Mayor Sally Lee with husband, Governor Raul Lee — both are pro-life advocates! SORSOGON CITY, Philippines — Mayor Sally Lee declared Sorsogon City a “Pro-Life City” on ... discuss

So much of what we hear in the news is so discouraging that, at times, it’s good just to stop and “count our blessings” – not only as individuals, but as a legal ministry committed to defendi ... discuss

RORATE EXCLUSIVE: Open letter by Archbishop on the crisis in the ChurchFull text also on their site.  (they say it can be posted or linked to , so I am given the devastating contents)'It is ... discuss

Presidents of the United States are usually awful as theologians. In far too many cases, the closer they get to anything theological, the bigger the mess they make. President Obama seems rather adept ... discuss

By Sarah Kramer, Marketing Campaign Coordinator In some US cities, prohibiting a biological male from going into the women’s restroom or locker room is now considered “discrimination,” simply if ... discuss

The saint of the day for February 5 is St. Agatha, the patron saint against breast cancer.Agatha was born in Sicily, the daughter of rich and pious parents. At a young age, she consecrated herself to ... discuss

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionBarbara KayBarbara Kay, a National Post columnist, has published two articles outlining the indepth analysis by the Dutch journal ... discuss

Indiana resident Purvi Patel was found guilty late Tuesday and convicted on charges related to her killing the 25-week-old unborn baby when she took an abortion drug to induce an abortion. Patel was ... discuss

Despite the extreme vulnerability of unborn babies and the relative ease of killing them when technologically well-equipped adults make a choice to do so, occasionally an attempt to kill one fails. As ... discuss

During WWII, Raoul Wallenberg saved many thousands of Hungarian Jews from falling into the hands of Nazis.  He did this by using his position as a Swedish diplomat to establish safe houses in Bud ... discuss

This is a slightly revised and updated article I first wrote and posted in 2004 at this time.March for Life 2010 ascending Capitol Hill on the way to the Supreme CourtThursday, January 22, will mark t ... discuss

io9 reports January 18 on a fascinating study by Oklahoma State University: A recent survey conducted by the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics found that 80.44% of resp ... discuss

GLENVIEW, Ill., Jan. 13, 2015/Christian Newswire -- 40, one of the most compelling pro-life documentaries ever produced, will make its U.S. and Canada television premiere on Wednesday January 21, 20 ... discuss

Late Night Takes The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ·  Potential presidential candidate Jeb Bush will release a decade’s worth of tax returns to avoid comparisons to Mitt Romney. Y ... discuss

The following news release was issued on Jan. 7, 2015.ST. PAUL — A physician charged with assisting the suicide of a Minnesota woman has been barred from practicing medicine. The Maryland Board of P ... discuss

Portman Disses Marriage and FamilyI concur completely with the pro-life, pro-family Cleveland Right to Life organization's Press Release issued today regarding the withholding of any endorsement of th ... discuss

Most of these titles are set in the time of or are about George III of England, or the American Revolutionary War. Most of them I found in the children’s magazine St. Nicholas, Volume 41, Part 1 ... discuss

 Supreme Court turns down convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell’s Appeal By Dave Andrusko When convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell was sentenced in May 2013 on three counts of first d ... discuss

by Trevor Thomas – The convictions of modern liberalism are numerous and growing: Abortion, homosexuality, hook-ups, same-sex marriage, gender confusion, man-made global warming, universal healt ... discuss

 Kevorkian’s Vision He’s looking alarmingly prophetic.By Wesley J. Smith Jack KevorkianAssisted suicide exploded into the news again two months ago after Brittany Maynard, dying o ... discuss

"WE ARE WHAT WE CHOOSE" By Amazon.com founder Jeff BezosFrom News at Princeton - 2010 Baccalaureate remarks"We are What We Choose"Remarks by Jeff Bezos, as delivered to the Class of 2010BaccalaureateM ... discuss

Back in November of 2006, I began writing a series examining Arminianism vs Calvinism (Reformed) theology. At the time, I had already become convinced that the Calvinistic position was the more bibli ... discuss

Tuesday, December 02, 2014/CHICAGO -- Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Gregory S. Baylor will be available for media interviews immediately following his oral argument Wednesday before the ... discuss

Doctors in the Netherlands are working on a scheme to increase the number of life-saving organs available for transplant – by harvesting them from people who want to be euthanased. Erasmus Medical C ... discuss

TweetBy Justina Van MarenA couple of days ago, while I was holding my friend’s baby daughter, my mind kept straying back to Quasimodo. That’s right, Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame.Victor H ... discuss

Readers of this blog will note that, of late, I have been focusing a lot in my thinking, writing and research on questions of the relationship between religion and morality. One particular frustration ... discuss

Jean Heimann, the author of Seven Saints for Seven Virtues had a wonderful Catholic mother. She modeled charity in action; she baked goodies for neighbors, nursed her sick and cranky father in his fin ... discuss

Special thanks to Trent Horn for the free copy to review.Trent Horn used to work for Justice for All, and it really shows in this book. If you've ever been through a JFA seminar, this book is a terrif ... discuss

In a recent 2-year study by George Barna, it was found that while nearly 90% of all American pastors believe that the Bible provides specific answers to the myriad issues challenging us today, only 10 ... discuss

Sermon notes for Proper 14 A, 2014 Scripture: Romans 10:5-15 Last week we considered Romans 9:1-5, where Paul opens his consideration of the fact that the bulk of the Jewish people did not accept Jesu ... discuss

During an interview with Bill O'Reilly on August 6th regarding the off-duty border patrol agent who was murdered by two illegal aliens, and much to O'Reilly's astonishment, Lou Dobbs reported that an ... discuss

Pro-choice bloggers have been generally confused regarding the recent decision by the Supreme Court to uphold their religious freedom by not forcing them to provide abortifacient contraceptives. They ... discuss

Clinton Wilcox of Life Training Institute was kind enough to read the semi-final draft of this post and provide a brief but insightful critique. This does not mean that he necessarily endorses any of ... discuss

Not a Catholic-owned company ... not that the left cares.Has anyone else noticed how very few of the left’s attacks on SCOTUS’ decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby involve little real legal analysis ... discuss

Today’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case represents a huge win for religious liberty in America, and the 5-4 decision will now stand as a landmark case that will reshape the religious liberty de ... discuss

Back in November of 2006, I began writing a series examining Arminianism vs Calvinism (Reformed) theology. At the time, I had already become convinced that the Calvinistic position was the more bibli ... discuss

The Southern Baptist Convention meeting last week in Baltimore was, in itself, a lesson in Baptist polity. The organizational structure of the Convention is directly drawn from Baptist principles, and ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen Since LifeSiteNews reports on highly contentious and sensitive issues our team is regularly discussing and evaluating our guiding principles and journalistic approach. We also con ... discuss

Southern Baptists will be heading for Baltimore in just a few days, and the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention is to be held in a city that has not hosted the convention since 1940. Thi ... discuss

I recently had a conversation with a dear friend on the subject of religious strife.  At one point, in connection with his status as a fallen-away Protestant and mine as an observing Catholic, he ... discuss

I just learned that Troy Lyndon, CEO of Left Behind Games/Inspired Media company, was charged in September with stock fraud. As far as I know, no trial has happened yet, but of course that hasn't sto ... discuss

Markos Kounalakis rightly notes that "Pope Francis' ascension to St. Peter's throne creates unique opportunities for President Barack Obama to leverage a fresh, credible message of social justice an ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

So about a year ago I started bookmarking stories that I happened to notice about "weapons" and schools. This is not something where I went out and looked for them, so I'm sure this is not an exhausti ... discuss

This article has appeared, in a slightly altered form, on my personal blog.I want to be clear about something, first. I don't consider myself a philosopher in the academic sense. I guess you could con ... discuss

Though not yet covered by the MSM, the internet is abuzz with news and extensive commentary regarding "Operation American Spring" which kicks off May 16th in DC. From conservative sites, news of the o ... discuss

This essay was originally published in Christian Democracy Magazine.How should a devout Christian approach politics? [i]  To what or to whom does ou turn for guidance?[ii]ly, Christians often rel ... discuss

Over the last twenty years, David Wells has established himself as the insider chronicler-in-chief of how the self-centered trivialization of life in wider Western culture has transformed conservative ... discuss

I participated in the 41st annual March for Life. in Washington today. This took more thorough preparation this year than usual because of the extremely cold temperatures today (~15-19 deg highs, not ... discuss

Rev. Robert Barron at National Review: "The attitude demonstrated by the son of Mario Cuomo suggests that there is a short path indeed from the privatization of Catholic moral convictions to the activ ... discuss

By Brittany Higdon As we recognize the 41st anniversary of the pivotal Supreme Court ruling of Roe vs. Wade, thousands of professional, single 20-somethings will use their paid time off, or, in some c ... discuss

Former presidential candidate and FOX television host Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR) will keynote the Susan B. Anthony List’s seventh annual Campaign for Life Gala on Wednesday, March 12th in Washing ... discuss

Lancaster Online: "Denlinger is circulating a memo seeking supporters for a proposal that would protect the rights of private business owners who want to decline service based on their convictions. Th ... discuss

By Matt Damico Baptist Press Owen Strachan has been pro-life for many years, but it wasn't until recently that the college prof decided to act on his convictions. "I've been convictionally pro-life fo ... discuss

This is a slightly revised and updated article I first wrote and posted in 2004 at this time.March for Life 2010 ascending Capitol Hill, heading to the Supreme CourtWednesday, January 22, will mark th ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

For Owen Strachan, convictions come with a cost.Strachan, assistant professor of Christian theology and church history at Boyce College, has been pro-life for many years. It wasn’t until recently, h ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston A man who escaped the attack of a robber is now being charged with murder for killing the robber during the struggle. A tow truck driver in Washington D.C. was in his truck lot ... discuss

   James Dobson launches lawsuit against HHS Obamacare mandate by John Jalsevac    Dec. 13, 201 ... discuss

Yesterday, Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit on behalf of Dr. James Dobson and his ministry, Family Talk, against the Obama administration.  Dr. Dobson is challenging the Obamacare requirem ... discuss

  A moral revolution at warp speed—now, it’s wedding cakes by Albert Mohler ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friend, It's common this time of year to ask, "Are you ready for Christmas?" Usually what's meant by this is, have you purchased all th ... discuss

Not surprisingly, Christian pro-life champion James Dobson continues the good fight.Dobson v. Sebelius is the lawsuit filed with the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. It makes the comm ... discuss

Tweetby Catherine Shenton“I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin bu ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

WSJ has a story this morning on kids and the sugar in Halloween treats. On the one hand, I love it because if offers scientific evidence (or rather, lack thereof) of an opinion I have long held: that ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

It always starts innocently enough; campaign signs start to pop up in lawns throughout the neighborhood, folks collecting petition signatures start haunting the entrances to stores around town, and lo ... discuss

This is an entirely self-indulgent post that is largely introspective. Should my meandering apply to your own circumstances, I'll be gratified. If not, rest assured that I claim to speak only for my ... discuss

When I was a freshman at Thomas Aquinas College, I had a very lowly work study job, or at least it felt like it. I came with pretty strong secretarial skills, so they put me in the "Development Office ... discuss

Washington D.C., Oct 15, 2013 / 04:55 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The 2013-2014 Supreme Court term, which began Oct. 7, will address several prominent issues in the public square, including freedom of speech ... discuss

Here at the Center for a Just Society we spill a lot of ink discussing issues that touch upon questions of human dignity and the sanctity of life. The guiding principle underlying our position on abor ... discuss

Pro-abort Sally Kohn seems to have lost her mind.In a speech to NARAL reprinted at the Daily Beast, she asserts that Kermit Gosnell “was exposed because of abortion activists.”  She lists no ... discuss

Yesterday, the New York Times ran a piece by a writer named Kathryn Joyce on the supposed exploitation of orphans in the developing world by Christian ministries. The piece is based on her book, The C ... discuss

Pope Francis Slams Abortion in New Comments: Unborn Babies “Unjustly Condemned” A day after an interview the mainstream media used to claim Pope Francis is backing down on the Catholic Church ... discuss

Except he didn't say it in such a provocative manner. That's the only difference: “We should not allow our faith to be drained by too many discussions of multiple, minor details, but rather, shoul ... discuss

‘Like Washington, Nevada has a politically divided government, but that hasn't stopped our efforts to grow Nevada’s economy. Good executives, like all good leaders, must expect opposition when mak ... discuss

Can chaplains committed to historic biblical Christianity serve in the United States military? That question, though inconceivable to our nation’s founders, is now front and center, and the answ ... discuss

I hope you'll indulge me a bit here.     This is one of those "fighting to get out of me" posts but it has little to do with The Bartimaeus Project or our specific work here in The ... discuss

The fifth tenet of abolition is that the call for abortion to end must be immediate and uncompromising.  This position has drawn the ire of many pro-life Christians who believe a gradual approach ... discuss

“… Ethics is the study of how humans ought to live as informed by the Bible and Christian convictions.” So wrote Stanley Grenz in his book The Moral Quest. This is the Christian view. Both the C ... discuss

“… Ethics is the study of how humans ought to live as informed by the Bible and Christian convictions.” So wrote Stanley Grenz in his book The Moral Quest. This is the Christian view. Both the C ... discuss

Secularism: How the PQ have it all wrong At the recent meeting of the youth wing of the Parti Quebecois, Mme. Pauline Marois announced her government's intention to introduce a ‘Charte ... discuss

President Obama and his administration are quite possibly the worst, most corrupt, scandalous and unconstitutional administration in our nation’s history.  What follows is part of a series li ... discuss

----- Original Message ----- To: info@barackobama.com ; senator@schumer.senate.gov ; senator@mccain.senate.gov ; senator@Graham.senate.gov ; info@whitehouse.gov ; info@messages.whitehouse.gov ; (g ... discuss

Last week, I told you some good news about the real, tangible, life-saving impact your gifts and support for Alliance Defending Freedom are having on pro-life efforts coast to coast. But, of course, f ... discuss

Anyone who still doubts that the normalization of homosexuality and the legalization of same-sex marriage will represent a seismic shift in the culture at large needs only to look to New Mexico to see ... discuss

Politics and Faith often are not far from one another in American culture and society. Many Catholics shy away from injecting their faith too far into religion, but a proper understanding, I believe, ... discuss

By James R. Harden, M.Div The Western medical tradition has held to, and to a large extent still echoes, the Hippocratic tradition enhanced by the Judeo-Christian ethic. Unfortunately, many medical sc ... discuss

In the 2004 election cycle, NASCAR Dads were the new Soccer Moms and the only thing that weighed more on the Presidential election than Michael Moore (pun intended) was who had the most “Gravita ... discuss

Evangelium Vitae Day, Rome, 17/6/13In a letter dated 6 August from Pope Francis to Brazilian families marking National Families Week, the Holy Father says:"In a particular way, faced with the culture ... discuss

New polling by Quinnipiac and Washington Post-ABC News and others shows a surprising number of women agree with banning abortion after 20 weeks gestation. News stories highlighting the gruesome and un ... discuss

A Second look at State Sen. Wendy Davis’ remark about Kermit Gosnell  By Dave Andrusko Texas Pro-abortion State ... discuss

 National Review, the publication which has long served as the conservative movement's flagship, has created (through Change.org) an online petition -- a petition which urges Secretary of Defense ... discuss

Independence Law Center » Lancaster County’s family-run wood component business appeals loss of religious liberty  :The Independence Law Center sent the following e-mail:8-2-13 Pa.&n ... discuss

I spent my weekend engrossed in this book. The Dead Women of Juarez is a fictional story about a very real ongoing tragedy in Juarez, Mexico.At least 400 women and girls have been raped, tortured ... discuss

I received the following newsletter from Bro. David Wilkerson's ministry this morning.  There seems to be a consistent theme God is communicating to His people in this hour.  I pray we all t ... discuss

Abortion is undeniably a very polarized topic…and rightly so. Its debate is, in essence, the epitome of the struggle between right and wrong. In this case, however, innocent lives hang in the balanc ... discuss

I received this story from Ann over at As They Rise Up It is a beautiful story she shares in hopes that others don't make the same mistake she made.  I was young when I got married, onl ... discuss

I wanted to share with you a response from Senator John Boozman.  I didn't expect a response, and certainly didn't expect to receive such a strong and definitive response as what you will read ... discuss

Dear Brother Bishops,Since we last wrote to you concerning the critical efforts we are undertaking together to protect religious freedom in our beloved country, many of you have requested that we writ ... discuss

The news we have all been waiting to hear! Those of us who have already ordered the Choose Life Iowa license plates, we will be hearing from our local county treasurers in the near future that the pl ... discuss

Release: Immediate   DES MOINES--The news we have all been waiting to hear! Those of us who have already ordered the Choose Life Iowa license plates, we will be hearing from our local county tre ... discuss

Brent Rathgeber stood up for his convictions and gave a rebuke to the Conservative party. The party would be wise to listen. Changing the sunshine list to over $444000 is ridiculous. It would really c ... discuss

-- Bl. Pope John Paul II was often criticized for having cranked out more canonizations than all his predecessors combined.  Yet this week, Pope Francis outdid them all in a single stroke by cano ... discuss

Politics and Faith often are not far from one another in American culture and society. Many Catholics shy away from injecting their faith too far into religion, but a proper understanding, I believe, ... discuss

To hear some tell it, it's almost as if abolitionists are planning to show up at your solid, Gospel-preaching, totally pro-life church's front entrance any given Sunday, unannounced, with baby carnage ... discuss

A number of people - even those who claim to be Christians - say that they support the legalization of homosexual marriage because they simply want to protect "equal rights" for all.  However, th ... discuss

Did our Founders foresee our Republic's demise or dissolution? In a word, unequivocally. When in 1787 Dr. Benjamin Franklin stepped outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia wherein delegates from t ... discuss

Dr Ed Dingess has replied to our rebuttal of his original critique of our position. Let's analyse together his reply. (FYI: It appears that he only remembered he was talking to AHA and not Triablogue ... discuss

Same Sex Marriage (Photo credit: Wikipedia)The lines are drawn, and the heat is on as supporters of gay (sodomite) marriage rally in front of the Supreme Court of the United States, as the Justices he ... discuss

A recent article from one Ed Dingess grants us excellent opportunities for clarification of our own position and convictions, and we'd like to take the time to comment at length on Dr. Dingess' statem ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, March 26, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Eternal Word Television Network is vowing to stay true their convictions after a U.S. District Court judge dismissed t ... discuss

Monica Migliorino Miller is not a name I was familiar with until about six weeks ago, when I received a copy of her book, Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion War. She asked me to consider it f ... discuss

Monica Migliorino Miller is not a name I was familiar with until about six weeks ago, when I received a copy of her book, Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion War. She asked me to consider it f ... discuss

The other day my 10 year-old son asked me who Pope Benedict was and why it was a big deal he was retiring. After admonishing myself about not talking to my children about this, we discussed the ideals ... discuss

By Adriane DorrOne of the largest Lutheran church bodies in the world, the Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus (EECMY), announced Feb. 5 that it had broken fellowship with “those churches who ... discuss

I'm have so many conflicting thoughts I want to organize into a cogent post. This may not be the one . . . . I think of a hundred amazing observations I can't wait to share on my blog - when I'm behin ... discuss

Next time someone asks you why you want the right to keep and bear arms, keep this story in your thoughts. Mother and her 12 year old son, viciously gang raped, sodomized and beaten in horrific h ... discuss

V.R. Adolphe Tanquerey We have said that the passions are not in themselves evil; all can without exception be turned to good. a.   Love and joy can be directed towards pure and ... discuss

On Election Day 2012, a sizable minority of self-described “evangelicals” voted for a presidential candidate dedicated to the proposition that an entire class of human beings can be set aside to b ... discuss

This is a slightly revised and updated article I first wrote and posted in 2004 at this time.Today, January 22, marks the 40th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court d ... discuss

Today marks the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that invalidated all state prohibitions against abortion and made it a constitutionally protected act. More than 50 million ... discuss

Today marks the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that invalidated all state prohibitions against abortion and made it a constitutionally protected act. More than 50 million ... discuss

Wow.....tuned into the inauguration of Obama today and they said the crowd would be 500-600K strong.Wall to wall TV coverage....Last year, I was in that crowd of 500k that garnered  ... discuss

The Rev. Louie Giglio, designated to give the benediction at this year's presidential inauguration, has withdrawn, under apparent pressure, after the surfacing of remarks he made, some 25 years ago, a ... discuss

The following is Part 10 of an open letter to Colonel Vaughn Doner and a critique of his 2012 book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. Throughout the series, I addr ... discuss

Hey guys, first of all Happy Holidays from your friends here at UTSFL. Now onto the main topic: a few weeks ago the always brilliant Margaret Summerville made a speech here at U of T on the subject of ... discuss

When Christian students arrive on the campus of a public college or university, they discover it is not the free marketplace of ideas and tolerance as advertised.  Instead, the climate on many cam ... discuss

“This decision has dramatic implications for all people of faith who object to being forced to throw aside their convictions to support an anti-life agenda,” said AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest WAS ... discuss

After two tension-filled years between Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and his party's conservative core, GOP leaders have apparently decided that some members rocked the Republican boat a little too mu ... discuss

NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2012 — Personhood USA applauds the Senate’s refusal to expand abortion provisions through ratification of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ... discuss

Br. John McCusker, OSB, writes at Homiletic and Pastoral Review: “Philosophy and the Immortality of the Human Soul: A Tool for the New Evangelization” Although the doctrine on the immortal ... discuss

Q&A is here again.  I wish every week could be Q&A, because on those weeks I can pick the questions that I actually have an answer for.  I can also skip the ones that make me cringe in a “ooo ... discuss

Most Americans do not homeschool their children. However, those who do, certainly have good reasons. Although there are advocates on both sides of this educational issue, it is important to understand ... discuss

The debate over contraception that occupied so much campaign conversation wasn’t started by Rick Santorum and Catholic bishops. Theirs was a response to President Obama’s mandate essential ... discuss

I recently posted an article on Steadfast Lutherans and my personal blog PM Notes titled, “Free The Gospel! The Gospel Does Not Lead To Licentiousness.” In this article my main ... discuss

Judge: Obama Admin Can Force Hobby Lobby to Obey HHS Mandate A federal court today stopped enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate against a Bible publisher which filed a ... discuss

Planned Parenthood Takes Credit for Re-Electing Obama A federal court today stopped enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate against a Bible publisher which filed a lawsui ... discuss

Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison, Contributing Authors: It seems every time the Republicans lose a presidential election, white board-toting architects and backroom strategists descend on the Sunday tal ... discuss




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