Sonja Swiatkiewicz, Amanda Banks, Meridian Baldacci and Autumn Leva on Amy Coney Barrett May be a Unicorn to the Left, But to Us, She is the Future

To the Left, Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a unicorn — she’s not supposed to exist. A woman isn’t supposed to achieve her dreams of professional success without aborting children — let alone with seven children. A person of faith isn’t supposed to possess the intellectual legal prowess to graduate summa cum laude from a prestigious law school, become a judge on a federal appellate court, or be nominated to the nation’s highest court. Continue reading “Sonja Swiatkiewicz, Amanda Banks, Meridian Baldacci and Autumn Leva on Amy Coney Barrett May be a Unicorn to the Left, But to Us, She is the Future”

Livingstone Knowles on Does Your Faith Outlast November 3?

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way – in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.” Continue reading “Livingstone Knowles on Does Your Faith Outlast November 3?”

John Stonestreet on Why Progressive Christianity is ‘Another Gospel’

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According to recent survey, nearly a third of self-described evangelicals do not believe that Jesus Christ is truly God. Arianism, as it turns out, is a heresy that plagues multiple generations of the Church, not just the one of the fourth century. Continue reading “John Stonestreet on Why Progressive Christianity is ‘Another Gospel’”

Michael Brown on Mr. Biden, Do You Really Advocate Sterilizing Children?

Joe Biden addresses supporters at his South Carolina primary night rally in Columbia, South Carolina, February 29, 2020. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

Based on presidential candidate Joe Biden’s answer to a town hall question on Thursday night, it is only fair to ask: “Sir, do you advocating sterilizing children who identify as transgender?”

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Hamid Gharagozloo on Iranian Regime’s Sex Slavery and Human Trafficking Must be Exposed

According to the reports of multiple international organizations, Iran is one of the primary sources and points of exchange – both in terms of import and export – of human trafficking and sex slaves in the world. The following constitutes a brief summary of some of the most appalling statistics regarding the Iranian regime’s engagement in these practices over the past 20 years. Continue reading “Hamid Gharagozloo on Iranian Regime’s Sex Slavery and Human Trafficking Must be Exposed”

Piers Morgan: Despite the best, biased efforts of Facebook, Twitter and the overwhelmingly Trump-hating media to kill the story, Biden now has serious questions to answer about Hunter’s dodgy deals and he can’t duck them forever

Four days ago, the New York Post published a bombshell report raising serious new questions about presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s relationship with Ukranian energy company Burisma. The story, which made for startling and apparently damning reading was based on a cache of emails and photos allegedly retrieved from Hunter Biden’s laptop that he had left at a Delaware computer store. I have no idea if the report is entirely true, partly true, or completely untrue. But with my old newspaper editor hat on, I do know that the response from Joe Biden so far has done nothing to make me think it’s false. Joe Biden wants to be President of the United States and the polls suggest he is now in a very commanding position to achieve that ambition. He has positioned himself as the good-guy candidate to repair America from the Trump presidency, a man who will restore trust, truth and transparency to the White House. But his behavior over this Burisma business continues to be anything but transparent. There has been no denial that the emails are genuine, and they raise legitimate questions of probity and honesty that anyone who wants to be President should answer. The longer Biden doesn’t answer them properly, the more people will think there may a fire raging beneath all the smoke. The Republicans will use it as a stick to constantly beat him with just as they used Whitewater against the Clintons, and just as the Democrats themselves used alleged Russian collusion against Trump. Sooner or later, the truth will out. Pictured left, Joe Biden with Hunter’s daughter Finnegan yesterday at church. Right, a picture found on Hunter’s laptop of him in bed with what appears to be a crack pipe. Inset bottom is an email, also found on his laptop, from one of Hunter’s Ukrainian business contacts thanking him for the opportunity to meet Joe.

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Scott McNamara on Three Principles for Lovingly and Fearlessly Sharing the Gospel That Any Christian Can Use

I find that common sermons and messages intended to goad Christians toward becoming more effective evangelists tend to produce more shame than they do disciples. Evangelism is perceived by many as a frightening, highly skilled part of being a Believer that only a select few can do, which simply isn’t true. I believe that if someone like me, a former cocaine addict and boyband member can become an effective evangelist, then anyone can. We simply need to demystify the myths and become equipped.  Continue reading “Scott McNamara on Three Principles for Lovingly and Fearlessly Sharing the Gospel That Any Christian Can Use”

Jim Denison on ‘A Dose of Optimism’ Amid the Pandemic

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Donald McNeil is the New York Times science and health reporter focusing on plagues. He has “become a household name for many over the past several months” due to his early and consistent reporting on the coronavirus pandemic. His article this week in the Times, titled “A Dose of Optimism, as the Pandemic Rages On,” has therefore drawn significant attention. Continue reading “Jim Denison on ‘A Dose of Optimism’ Amid the Pandemic”