As sure a thing as death. Or could it be abolished?
Taxes are often seen as the way in which the common good is attained, the rich are kept accountable, and the poor are taken care of; however, is this the truth? It may be difficult for a Christian libertarian to interpret what the Bible has to say regarding taxation, but we are called to seek the truth.
Just recently Americans celebrated one of the high holy days of our faith. Tens of millions of people took part in it and demonstrations occurred
There’s an antebellum African-American spiritual song called “Down by the Riverside.” The song reflects upon being baptized and what it means for the one who
Is it justifiable to vote for an immoral candidate from a scriptural perspective? Does Romans 13 give you a way out?
This article was originally written by David Lipscomb for the Gospel Advocate in two parts in 1867 and 1868. While notable for its overview of
If you are looking for signals of the degradation of civil society, you cannot do much better than observe California politicians leading the way. This
Today we look at a Christian Post “Voices” article from March 2022, following Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, titled “Fearing the Lord and fearing America’s president.” This author essentially wants to criticize President Biden for being a weak president, in particular citing the Ukraine response and withdrawal from Afghanistan as demonstrative of such.
Trump told his supporters that they would get tired of all the winning America would be doing if he were president. Now Trump has worked
Chris Horst is the vice president of development at HOPE International, where he employs his passion for advancing initiatives at the intersection of faith and
Concern for social justice has become one of the most effective ways for Christians to signal that they care about the world’s poor, yet below