Report laments seminary's legacy of slavery, racism
A report just released on the legacy of slavery and racism at a major Southern Baptist seminary is raising some eyebrows.
Here's the point: The God of the Bible has a Son. The god of Islam does not.
The plain fact is that the GOP race is now a three-man affair: Trump, Cruz and Rubio. And in my view, "The Donald" is setting the stage to endorse Cruz when he drops out.
If indeed Islam is a religion of peace (as we've been told), Muslim nations are all potential havens of peace, stability and tranquility. So let's help Muslim refugees from Syria find a home in one of them.
A screeching catfight has broken out in the non-normative sexuality crowd.
What happened in the Kentucky gubernatorial race almost a week ago should serve as a clarion call to Republican candidates: Do not run away from social issues – they are not liabilities, they are assets.
The U.S. Constitution ties the hands of the federal government and forbids it to interfere in any way whatsoever with the free expression of the Christian religion. In other words ... leave Coach Joe Kennedy alone!
Disagreement is not hatred, and the truth is not hate speech. Somebody needs to tell that to President Obama.
It's actually very simple. When it comes to gender and marriage, we can listen to Facebook and the Supreme Court ... or we can listen to Jesus. It's a question of whose authority we appeal to.
If Americans decide not to vote for a Muslim for president because of the obvious incompatibility of Islam with the Constitution, they have every right to do so. They can apply whatever religious test they want to.
Every time you date a check, or pick up a newspaper, or check the calendar on your smartphone, you are bearing silent witness to the Christian origins of our country...
Do you support Kim Davis or do you condemn her? That's the question each presidential candidate should be asked – and the answers should help evangelicals decide who's worthy of their vote.
Don't let them lie to you. The Republican leadership in the United States Senate can defund Planned Parenthood if they are as pro-life as they say they are.
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