Pence urges Evangelicals to match 'motivated' Left
An annual weekend gathering of evangelical activists concluded with a rallying cry, and a warning, from Vice President Mike Pence.
Judicial hearings are largely useless at this point. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should simply bring up Judge Brett Kavanaugh for a vote and end this circus. But he won't – and the circus will continue.
As much as I rejoice over the controversial AB 2943 being shelved by its sponsor, I do so with reserve: We who comprise the Church have been asleep in the light for far too long. Today, we are paying for the price for convenience store Christianity.
If the left truly wants a more tolerant America, perhaps it should start by assuming that its opponents in the religious community aren't mere bigots cloaked in the vestments of God – and perhaps it ought to think more deeply about whether the true bigotry lies within itself.
With the midterms fast approaching, the stakes for this recovering republic of ours suddenly went sky high. It's enough to make the media look away from the border for a while.
To some Christians, the AoV movement may be a glorious vision of interfaith harmony and dialogue. In reality, it's a movement defined not by biblical values but on the values and teachings derived from the Quran, Hadith, and traditions of Islam.
Looking over the last 50 years, there have been failures but also great successes regarding black life in America.
The American left has so many people vying to be the Alternative Reality poster child that it may be difficult to pick a winner.
California's AB 2943 – the "Must Stay Gay" bill – is nothing less than governmental tyranny, nothing less than an abuse of elected power, nothing less than an unholy mandate against the holy claims of God. Will you sit back and take it? Or will you rise up against it?
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