Hillary Clinton by Gage Skidmore Among people who consider sexism to be one of the worst things of which one can be accused, accusations of sexism are a powerful way to shut down disagreement and silence one's opponents. It does notShow More Summary
On his show yesterday, conservative Glenn Beck talked about how he and his daughter went to go see the film God's Not Dead, the film all about an atheist college professor who pushes his non-belief on students, only to get outsmarted by a passionate Christian. Turns out Beck hated the movie, walking out halfway through.
An Ohio judge who went out of his way to talk about how he supports church/state separation just put up a Christian sign in his courtroom.
I, like many others, have been calling for Hillary Clinton to do more to reach out to non-religious Americans the same way she does with every other group making up her base, and her nomination speech last night offered two subtle nods to our community. Neither was perfect. But both were interesting on their own terms.
Ever known anyone who has suffered from cancer, AIDS or infertility? They may have Henrietta Lacks to thank for their treatment. To this day humankind is benefiting from the impact of her life.
The NBA's Commissioner, Adam Silver, said at a recent press conference that the league hasn't made up its mind whether the 2017 All-Star Game will be held in Charlotte as planned.
David Benham of the Benham brothers has condemned the Democratic Party's platform on abortion, arguing that it's seeking to increase "violence against the unborn," and cautioned Christians against voting for presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Two NBA star brothers are spending their offseason sharing their Christian values with budding athletes at their family's church.
"The Man in The High Castle" is coming back for a new season with a more intriguing plot and bigger cast. American actor Tate Donovan is reportedly joining the hit dystopian alternative-history drama to play a major character.
Never forget that there are only two philosophies to rule your life: the one of the cross, which starts with the fast and ends with the feast. the other of Satan, which starts with the feast and ends with the headache. Fulton Sheen
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When language is a tool for coercion, nobody wins. T he current discussion about political correctness is the result of a perfect storm. Changing gender norms, new social media platforms, and deepening class divisions has led to a renewed...Show More Summary
Joy is not complete until it is shared. 1. Belief is one of the basic values of Christianity and it applies to every area of life. (9) 2. It goes without saying that the greatest desire of Christian leaders for the members of our families is that they become God’s children and follow him. Show More Summary
Disaster Relief, Excuses, Sharing faith, Church signs, and more! Preaching in the Wake of Disaster—Jamie Aten Bringing hope to victims of a disaster is a great opportunity and responsibility. Conflict Resolution, Excuses, and Race Relations—Barnabas...Show More Summary
"Supergirl" Season 2 will air on October 10, 2016, and it features the appearance of Supergirl's cousin, Superman. Superman, also known as Clark Kent, or Kai-El will be played by Tyler Hoechlin.
Why do some people believe the Bible teaches that their race is superior to every other race if Jesus Christ died for everyone? What does the Bible say about race?
Remember those so-called "experts" who assured us that condoms would cut rates of fertility and STDs? Well, they now face a conundrum.
Worship leaders Bryan & Katie Torwalt share about the powerful time of worship they had with their new music in Orlando shortly after the shootings.
Just before Bishop Hezekiah Walker performed his song "Better" at the funeral of slain police officer Montrell Jackson, the gospel musician asked for prayers.