After watching the last 2,500 years of history, coupled with the U.N.'s anti-Jerusalem vote on Thursday, it's hard to read the Bible and think that the writers just guessed things right.
Is Christmas a holiday with pagan origins? Is it wrong to celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25th? And what about putting up a Christmas tree? Is that a direct violation of Jeremiah 10?
Does the Lord determine the outcome of elections where the populace can vote? Or does the Lord give us what we deserve? We evangelicals have LOTS of questions to honestly ask of ourselves today.
The president is convinced formal recognition of Jerusalem will aid and abet the peace process. But even if that's not the case, I truly believe that God will bless him – and America – for this courageous and righteous decision.
How deep is the pit - and how widespread is the corruption? And do the people of conscience on Capitol Hill have the ability to take down the corrupt backroom dealmakers?
I have found Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz to be both approachable and teachable. That's why I reached out to him directly following his highly publicized comments on abortion – and what I learned is that he is passionately pro-life.
There's a time for political debate and there's a time to cease from political debate, at least for a few hours or a day. Now is one of those times where political debate can wait.
The differences between Martin Luther, the 16th century reformer, and Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, are countless. Yet, in some significant ways, they are very similar, and understanding the one helps us to understand the other.
Hollywood knows quite well that sex sells. But it's easy to point fingers at others.
America can only be great if America is good, and America can only be good with the help of God. We turn to Him, or we suffer the consequences. He remains ready to help and to heal.
For one thing, it sends a message to the GOP establishment from fed-up Republicans across the country: "We've had it with your compromising and your political games – and we've had it with career politicians in general."
Donald Trump did well at the United Nations by calling out the evils of a godless regime. It was the kind of talk that is all too rare before the international body – but one the UN and the entire world needed to hear.