Faith, Freedom, Foreign Policy, and a Socialist Revival

Nearly 50 percent of American adults born since 1981 (the Millennial Generation and Generation Z) would “prefer living in a socialist country,” while more than 50 percent of millennials reject capitalism outright. For those who believe in freedom and America’s role defending freedom, these numbers are alarming. With capitalism in the crosshairs, it’s time to... Continue Reading →

Mega-Pastor “smears” God of the Jews

Despite the fact that God expresses His love for the righteous throughout the Old Testament – Jew and gentile alike – in a new book, one of America’s biggest mega-pastors claims the Hebrew Scriptures portray Him as “unapproachable,” living behind a curtain with love reserved only “for His covenant people,” suggesting He is a different... Continue Reading →

On The Other Side of Sin

We think rebellion makes us unique when all it really shows is a stunning lack of imagination. Thankfully, God—in Christ—seeks to rescue us from ourselves. He both exemplified what it really means to be human and rescued us from the sin that subverts our humanity. Faith, then, means we believe that our lusts are poor... Continue Reading →

Why 30 Million Are Fed Up With Today’s Church

Approximately 30 million people are "done" with today's church, according to new research by sociologist Dr. Josh Packard, but they aren't necessarily done with God. "They are giving up on an institution that they experience as irrelevant if not an impediment to their spiritual growth. While space does not allow a full examination of his work,... Continue Reading →

The Crucifixion of Jesus Was R-Rated

The Christian faith is built on the undeniable, unshakeable truth that Jesus was raised from the dead. It is also founded on the historical fact that the Savior suffered unimaginable pain when Roman soldiers nailed Him to a cross. I hope you will ponder that pain as you celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ this... Continue Reading →

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