Posts Categorized: Christian

Can a state exclude religious people or organizations from public benefit programs?

Like all issues before the United States Supreme Court, our case, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, will have a significant impact nationwide. But for people of faith, the stakes are even higher than normal. Full Article When the Supreme Court hears oral argument in the case on April 19, it will confront the… Read more »

Abortion is Today’s Child Sacrifice

Abortion advocates claim society progressed when women were granted the right to abortion. But upon closer inspection, abortion is more like an ancient practice we all condemn: child sacrifice. Lisa Smiley  presents a powerful video. Lisa Smiley wasn’t supposed to survive the one child policy in China. But decades after her parents hid Lisa and… Read more »

GenderRevolution and what it Means for Education

Boys are on girls sports teams and men are on the cover of Vogue magazine.  We celebrate “Women’s Day”, but no one can define what a woman—or a man—actually is anymore.  Why are we suddenly confused about something that was obvious only recently?  And…why is my child’s school working so hard to convince them there… Read more »

Abortion Shows we are Neither a Christian Nation nor a People Concerned with the Plight of the Oppressed.

In the United States, a child is murdered by his own parents on average twice per minute, every minute of every day.  These murders are freely committed under the covering of “law” in a nation that boasts millions upon millions of professing Christians and “enlightened” progressives who claim to be champions of “human rights.” Full… Read more »

Would Jesus Just Decorate the Gay Wedding?

Two weeks ago, the WA State Supreme Court handed down a ruling saying that florist Barronelle Stutzman broke the law when she refused to work at a gay wedding.  Full Article Though she had sold them flowers many times before, Mrs. Stutzman declined to work the wedding ceremony for the gay couple, and encouraged them… Read more »

Is Tony the Tiger going Political?

Kellogg Co. is pulling its ads from the website Breitbart News, “to ensure our ads do not appear on sites that aren’t aligned with our values as a company,” said Kris Charles, a spokeswoman for Kellogg. In response, Breitbart Editor-In-Chief Alexander Marlow issued a statement encouraging Breitbart’s 45 million monthly readers to boycott Kellogg’s products…. Read more »

Pro-life Groups Mourn Norma McCorvey’s Death!

Norma McCorvey, who first became known as “Jane Roe” in the infamous abortion case Roe v. Wade, became a pro-life champion as she dedicated her life to overturning the Supreme Court’s disastrous decision in Roe v. Wade, the 1970 abortion case filed on her behalf to overturn the nation’s abortion laws. Supporting Article We always note that the pro-life… Read more »

It’s about time the Unborn have their History Written

Every other human group seems to have a history dedicated to it, it seems that it’s about time for the unborn to have history written about them as well. Introduction to Article In this timeline, I focused on events. So it doesn’t give the whole picture: not the trends, or statistics, or general practices. I… Read more »

No One has Ever Died from not Having Sex

Dear friends, This week’s main article is a news report from The Christian Post about a new study from the US Centers for Disease Control showing that virginity is helpful to teens. I am quoted extensively. (My personal favorite: “No one has ever died from not having sex.”) In other words, the CDC’s data is… Read more »

For women with No Place to Turn, Today’s Bronx Outshines Ancient Bethlehem

Just a few evenings from now, children badly costumed as shepherds and angels and wise men will appear in nativity pageants the world over. Even the worst of these performances will underscore the hope and humbleness of that first Christmas, when a Jewish woman with child brought forth her son in a stable because there… Read more »