Do Christians want leaders or lemmings? Russell Moore is under attack for his outspoken opposition to Donald Trump. But he argued his convictions based on his understanding of Scripture, despite overwhelming pressure to stay silent. Agree or disagree with his position, one has to admit that this is precisely what good leaders do.
The day Japan surrendered to the U.S., Americans erupted in celebration, but according to my mother, my grandpa was subdued. Though he was thrilled that the deadliest war in human history had finally ended, he was sobered by the means required to achieve that goal. I feel similarly today. I am absolutely overjoyed that Americans
Why are the majority of students at the evangelical flagship, Wheaton College, supporting Hillary Clinton — arguably the most pro-abortion, pro-LGBT, and morally compromised candidate ever to be nominated by a major political party? In this bonus video recorded after we finished taping, “Divided We Vote: Evangelicals and the 2016 Election,” Wheaton professor Dr. Vincent Bacote
“Does this make you more feminist?” The question came from a female reporter for a secular magazine, who was interviewing me for an upcoming story on the gender gap in the evangelical church. I had recently published an article expressing my dismay that some evangelical leaders, mostly men, were defending and minimizing Trump’s reprehensible comments
2016 is arguably the most divisive presidential election year in our lifetime, and the divisions are pulling Christians apart. “Divided We Vote: Evangelicals and the 2016 Election,” a special television broadcast this Thursday at 9 p.m. Central Time on Total Living Network, will explore these issues and how Christians can overcome them.
I never thought I’d see the day when leading evangelicals would publicly espouse that character doesn’t matter — and that promoting sexual assault is simply “bad boy talk.” Yet, that’s precisely what’s happening in the wake of a newly released video showing Donald Trump gloating over his sexual exploits with married women. I honestly don’t know
If Hillary Clinton becomes president, Karisa Johns Smith says she “will probably cry.” Smith, a so-called “Jesus feminist” and doctoral candidate at Wheaton College, views a future President Hillary Clinton as an exemplary model for the next generation of women. “There’s finally somebody for my daughters,” Smith told Christianity Today managing editor Katelyn Beaty, “
I understand why Millennials are wary of the current system. They’ve witnessed a consistently declining economy; one of the most partisan eras in American history; the fall of the twin towers; and a war predicated on weapons of mass destruction that were never found. I agree with them that our political system desperately needs reform. But, socialism is not the answer. Though it may sound compassionate and Christian, it’s actually antithetical to everything Christianity teaches. Here’s why.
Faith News in Focus: Hillary Clinton Compares Pro-Life Americans to Terrorists, Rubio Tops Evangelical Presidential Survey
Who in the US does Hillary Clinton compare to terrorists? (Hint: It might be you.) Who topped a survey of evangelical leaders’ presidential preferences? Which communist country finally lifted its ban on Bible distribution? What priceless historical treasure did ISIS destroy this week? Where can you see the world’s oldest Bible in the coming months? And, after almost 500
Many Americans are awaking to the gruesome and horrific practices of the abortion industry, following the release of undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s harvest and sale of fetal body parts. For those who have followed the abortion issue, the revelations, though shocking, come as no surprise from an organization that slaughters more than 300,000 unborn