America still offers plenty of jobs, enormous opportunity, and unmatched material and physical comforts
In order to recognize the crucial contributions that the coming of Christ brought into modern movements, one does not have to be a Christian.
Jesus Christ, the greatest man who ever lived, has changed virtually every aspect of human life—and most people don’t know it.
The Star of Bethlehem is an excellent example of an event that occurs right at the intersection of Christianity and science, in a world created by a God who chose to institute natural laws but who nevertheless continues to carry out His own purposes.
Socialism is based on a false view of human nature, and its institutions stifle the very conditions—opportunity, creativity and initiative—that make it possible for societies to prosper.
The movie industry’s resounding endorsement of The Last Temptation of Christ is only the latest and perhaps the most grotesque illustration of the overt and pervasive hostility to religion and religious values that has taken root in Hollywood.
In recent years, a god called "the Me" claimed so many converts that the 1970s became known as "the Me generation."
The so-called liberation theologians not only promote a synthesis of Marxism and Christianity, but attempt to ground their recommended restrictions of economic and political freedom on their interpretation of the biblical ethic.
In recent years there has been a coming together of Catholics and Evangelicals motivated by a growing recognition of the threats to Christianity itself posed both by the secular culture and by liberal Christianity.
In every century, after one fashion or another, church and state have had occasion to fall out—even in this American Republic.