By Mark Malvasi
Teaching at a time when civilization is in such obvious disarray and such marked decline imposes even more stringent and pressing obligations on the teacher.
I have reached the conclusion that what American teachers must do is really very basic: Teach young men and women how to read and write, how to imagine beyond themselves, their experiences, their lives, and their world, and, if we are fortunate, how to think…
By Michael Foust
The Lowest Odds of Divorce’ Are among Religious Young Adults Who Don’t Cohabitate: Research by Michael Foust – Christian breaking news commentary.
By Anugrah Kumar
Seattle police arrested a street preacher on charges of being a risk to public safety for reading his Bible aloud at a public park near an LGBT pride event.
By John Horvat
In almost every single shooter case, a true Christian father is missing.
By his example and counsel, the Christian father directs the boy to channel his energies and emotions into manly pursuits and virtuous action.
Indeed, the devoted father provides society with a balanced young man who will defend society from attacks…
By Mark Malvasi
Nikole Hannah-Jones is right and wrong. Although the first slaves arrived in Jamestown in 1619, the year and the event carry less significance than she imagines.
Although neither deceptive nor careless, she is uninterested in facts in a conventional sense.
Her principal objective is not to understand the past but to rebuke the present and, if possible, to change the future…
By Nichole Alcindor
Most American Christians want to share their faith, but only a minority of them have actively encouraged others to embrace Jesus Christ, according to new data released by Lifeway Research.
By Greg Laurie
Let’s pray that God would heal our land.
Let’s honor those who have fought the good fight by doing the same in the ways we can.