Negotiating the Debt Limit with PharObama

It doesn’t take long to think of a Biblical example of an intractable negotiation between leaders of nations. Anyone could pick out the clash between Moses and Pharaoh as a prime illustration. Our repeated showdowns over the debt ceiling draw … Continue reading

Law, Liberty, and The Lord

Law, Liberty, and The Lord: Comparing the Bible to U.S. Laws

Christianity is too judgmental, too strict.  We must drop such dogma if we are to live as free people in a just society.  You have heard this said before.  You may have thought it yourself.  This impression is false and … Continue reading

Christian Pacifism

Review: Christian Pacifism: Fruit of the Narrow Way

Author Michael Snow argues against our stereotypical politics in Christian Pacifism: Fruit of the Narrow Way showing from a personal, historical, and theological perspective that the biblical position is far from hawkish as we’d assume in this era of preemptive war. Continue reading

Perspectives on Iran from an Iraq War Veteran

Our approach with Iran should be to remind them of why they should fear us far more often than we remind them why they hate us. A show of force is not the only way to show strength. Often a clear message of our unity and resolve as a nation can go a lot further. Continue reading

History of Iran

As the call for action against Iran reaches a crescendo, it is wise to examine the history of this conflict. Instead of reminding everyone why we should fear Iran, let’s remember that they have reason to fear us, too. We … Continue reading

7 Billion People: What Population Control Advocates Don’t Say

As the world population approaches 7 Billion, we’ll hear a crescendo of cries for population control measures including (but not limited to) easier access to abortion.  A serious analysis shows that the population is not out of control. 7 Billion … Continue reading

The Origin of Races

Our nation still suffers from racial tensions on a daily basis. A better understanding of the Bible tells us that we are all really just one race – the human race! This video, part of the excellent “Check This Out” … Continue reading

180 Movie

Evangelist Ray Comfort takes people from being “pro-choice” to “pro-life” in a matter of seconds by drawing parallels between the Nazi Holocaust and the American abortion industry. This 33-minute film will truly open your eyes to this horror and what … Continue reading

Abortion Mosaic

Analyzing the Abortion-Racism Connection

As if charges of infanticide were not enough to convict them, abortionists are now increasingly facing allegations of racism.  A recent report by Life Dynamics, Inc.  carries on this trend by seeking to bolster their claims in a 2009 film, … Continue reading

A Nation Judged by Her Fruit

America, it’s time to ask ourselves a serious question.  Are we a nation of Christians (Acts 11:26) or a nation of heathens (Galatians 1:16)?  I know we claim that we used to be a nation of Christians, but can we … Continue reading

Shocking Stat: Number of Abortions Exceed All Other Deaths Combined in NYC

Live Action, a pro-life activist group, uncovers data comparing the number of babies killed in New York City to the total number of deaths in the same city. The data show that abortion is by far the number one cause … Continue reading

A Letter to Chuck Baldwin

Brother Baldwin, I write this letter to you because I am afraid you have surrounded yourself with sycophants who will not look you in the eye and expound God’s Truth (2 Timothy 4:3).  I was once in your shoes, and … Continue reading

Jeremiah 18: God vs. Nationalism

American Christians, when was the last time you read Jeremiah – I mean seriously read Jeremiah?  I ask this question because so many of us think that God made something special here in America, and therefore God won’t abandon us.  Some of … Continue reading

An Open Letter (Response) to Brother Sam Gipp

From an American Soldier “Some Americans believe that our Founding Fathers instigated a war on April 19, 1775, in order to throw off British government, and that the Declaration, approved on July 4, 1776, was a public justification of this … Continue reading

Egypt in the Bible

With the recent uprising in Egypt, I thought it would be worthwhile to get a little historical context.  What better place to go than the Bible?  Take a look at this interactive map to see all the places in modern-day … Continue reading