Winston Churchill

Our Hollow Political Leaders and Churchill's Vision

The ambiguity of policy and strategy now wafting Western nations — including the United States — to a dangerous precipice is the outcome of the "long march" of secular left progressivism through the West's institutions.

  • Tony Magliano

    Christians Join the Military?

    During the recent U.S. Catholic bishops' fall assembly in Baltimore, several bishops and one abbot, decided to skip dinner at the downtown Marriott Waterfront hotel, and walked several blocks to an inner city parish to share a simple meal with about 30 peace activists – myself included.

  • Eric Metaxas

    Students Protest Feminist Icon Who Said a Man Can't Be a Woman

    A feminist icon is being called a misogynist. You know, anti-woman. Because she dares to insist that men who identify as women aren't women.

  • Ted Cruz

    America's Slouch Towards Gomorrah, March to Socialism Can't Continue

    Washington politicians have been selling us that snake oil for as long as we can remember. And yet year-after-year, election-after-election, the parties in power may change but the results stay the same—the Washington Cartel wins and the American people lose.

  • Bishop Harry Jackson, senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Md., and Hope Connexion Orlando in Florida, is seen in this file photo.

    White Privilege Exists, but Blaming It Is Toxic

    The recent racial unrest at the University of Missouri reignited the growing controversy over the existence and nature of "white privilege."

  • Elizabeth Yore

    Human Trafficking Fueled by Evil, Not Climate Change

    Climate alarmists constantly revise their language in search of a catchy phrase that captures, and obscures, our reason and will. Hence, "catastrophic, anthropogenic (manmade) global warming" (CAGW—clear and specific) morphs into "global warming" (vague), which morphs into "climate change" (more vague).

  • Michael Brown

    4 Reflections on the Syrian Refugee Crisis

    Many Christians are torn between a desire to help those in need and a desire to keep our nation secure. Perhaps these reflections will prove helpful as we seek to navigate a difficult and divisive issue.

Eric Metaxas

Philanderers Were Born That Way?

To paraphrase Lady Gaga, we'll soon be hearing, "I'm not a cheater, I was born this way."

  • Shane Idleman

    How to Handle Church Discipline

    An unrepentant man attends church while continuing a porn addiction; a wife leaves her husband for a boyfriend; a gossip continues belittling and slandering ... the lists goes on and on.

  • John stonestreet

    Why Is Pop Music So Angry?

    Cheerfulness and popular culture seem to have had a falling out, and from the looks of it, they're "never, ever, ever getting back together."

  • Pastor Rick McDaniel

    What You'll Miss If Safety Becomes Your Priority

    The events of Friday, Nov. 13, in Paris, France have rocked the world. The terrorists are spreading terror. They are trying to make us feel afraid. Their goal is to create fear and disrupt normal life. And we must resist it.

  • Thom Rainer

    25 Silly Things Church Members Fight Over

    It began as an innocuous Twitter survey. But then it blew up.