It's for Joy Behar's own good that she followed Mike Pence's advice and apologized publicly. Sins committed publicly require public apologies. But what about President Trump and his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels?
Billy Graham neither deviated nor apologized for doing what he was called to do: preach God's Word in simplicity and clarity. With the evangelist's passing, though, detractors continue to find fault even with that.
It's nonsense! It's idiocy! There's not a stitch of scholarly evidence to support the ridiculous argument coming from a liberal Episcopal diocese that El Shaddai means 'God with breasts' – and I can state that with authority.
Rather than looking for signs of divine intervention in Sunday's big game, what if we simply look for the practical fruit of strong faith – and the positive effect that strong Christian commitment had on the Eagles?
The lack of love is endemic in our society today, as ingrained as our accents and as American as apple pie. We snipe at each other and degrade each other and mock each other and ridicule each other. Whatever happened to "love your neighbor as yourself"?
Donald Trump, a flawed man, is willing to help stop the slaughter of unborn babies, help stop the massacre of Christians by ISIS, and take a stand for our religious liberties. There's nothing scandalous about evangelicals supporting such a man.
The section headings in your Bible aren't part of the Bible translation proper. But they can become as fixed as the translation itself. Hence my concern about the appearance of "Palestine" in both print and digital editions of the NASB.
While I rue our many failings as evangelicals, I also recognize that we will always be branded hypocrites and liars and charlatans by a hateful world. As long as we march to the beat of a different drummer, this will continue to be the accusation.