My wife and I were flying back to Atlanta from Cleveland on Sunday. As usual, I had my noise cancelling headphones own. I listened to some Italian conversation as well as some songs. One song that popped up was“Get Over It” by the Eagles. Each line of the song reminded
The following is from Freedom Outpost: “The Internal Revenue Service settled a 2012 lawsuit brought by the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRM). The lawsuit was settled after the IRS agreed to monitor what is said in houses of worship.” Monitoring churches is something the Nazis did. When German anti-Nazi theologian
Pastor Tullian Tchividjian (pronounced cha-vi-jin), the grandson of famed evangelist Billy Graham and senior pastor at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, “believes that evangelical Christianity has been tarnished by its association with the religious right.” Tarnished by whom? Who is making this claim and where are they getting their
Franklin Graham has come out with a broadside against pastors. He describes some of today’s pastors as “cowards” for not addressing the social evils of our day. “Graham told a large gathering of pastors on [May 22] to address controversial issues from the pulpit, declaring that ‘God hates cowards.’” Ouch!
It’s Never Pretty When Government Steals Your Money, Supports the Murder of Pre-Born Babies, and Overturns God’s Design for Marriage
More pastors are speaking out on the relationship between the Bible and politics. Unfortunately, some of them are creating a false dichotomy between the gospel and politics. The latest is Perry Noble, pastor NewSpring Church that meets in different locations in major cities in South Carolina and online. He writes
Where’s the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State when Liberal Democrats politic in Churches? If the wife of a conservative candidate went into churches to ask the people to vote for her husband, groups like the ACLU and Americans United would be sending threatening letters that
Are Millions of Christians Contributing to the Totalitarian State By Not Getting Involved Politically?
Christians would be a large voting-block if a majority of them voted and voted consistently. Unfortunately, too many Christians are under the false belief that whatever the government is doing, they must support it because it is “ordained by God.” Here is an email I received from one such confused
In addition to those who are arguing for third parties, others are claiming that Christians have no business being involved politically. The following email I received is a typical example of someone who says no to all politics and social action: “Would you not see that the main concern of
John Wayne is a film icon. He still shows up on the list of best actors more than 30 years after his death. A Harris Poll, released January 2011, placed Wayne third among America’s favorite film stars, the only deceased star ever to appear on the list and the only