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Religious Liberty

The First Amendment was written not to keep the church out of the government, but rather to keep the government out of the church. To that end, we fight for the freedom to speak the Truth without consequence, live by our Christian beliefs without persecution, and raise our families without government intrusion.

The Shema Exchange

The Shema is one of the most well-known passages in the Torah for Christians and Jews alike. It is the bedrock of the entire Law, which is why Jesus quoted it when asked to name the greatest of the 613 Old Testament commandments (see Matthew 22:35-40, Mark 12:28-34, and Luke 10:25-28 for the synoptic accounts)....

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The Lost Sheep

“I am convinced that the Church has done such a poor job of teaching and modeling proper hermeneutics that we have generations of folks who can’t logically and consistently hold to a Christian worldview.”   I recently typed those words to a friend in response to the continued chaos and confusion I have witnessed day...

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Shaun King Attacks Trump Lawyer Jenna Ellis’ Faith – Ellis Replies with Fierce Grace

“Cancel culture” is a parasite to social unity. One commonality among cancel culture narratives is that they must twist, manipulate or right-out lie about their victim. Cancel culture would rather brand someone as a villain before any research or understanding is allowed.   Cancel culture must lie, because truth is a savage toxin to cancel...

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Natural Law: Foundation of the Republic

The Founding Fathers established the United States upon natural law through the Declaration of Independence. The nation must return to this foundation in order to restore the vitality of the Republic.   Natural law arises from a biblical foundation and serves as the only objective basis for universal human rights.  The Bible teaches that all...

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Do You Worship God, or the State? How to Achieve True Justice and Equality

If you’re a Christian, then you believe that every member of humanity was made in the image of God. Our Founding Fathers also believed this, and formed a nation very uniquely founded on the recognition of this fact and the natural rights endowed to us by our Creator.   If you are a Christian and...

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Has Gorsuch Gone Rogue?

The Supreme Court has handed a victory to the LGBT community, while maligning many employers and infuriating conservative influencers.   In Bostock v. Clayton County, the 6-3 decision centers on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which protects employees from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The issue...

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The God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Ravi

“Abraham breathed his last and died in a ripe old age, an old man and satisfied with life; and he was gathered to his people.” Genesis 25:9   In a world filled with turmoil, we barely had time to mourn the passing of the great Ravi Zacharias, or as most of us called him, Ravi....

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(Re)Defining truth

For many people, the chaos that they’re watching take place today parallels the chaos in their own mind. They are trying to understand what justice is, and how do we enforce law and justice—all while recognizing that police brutality should not happen. It can be confusion.   But we have to see this situation from...

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Our Nation Cannot Survive Without the Shared Morality It Was Founded Upon

When our Founding Fathers built the philosophical framework for what would become this great nation of ours, it was based on several major presuppositions that have since been dismantled by the anarchistic wasteland of postmodern philosophy and critical theory.   One of these presuppositions was that there is a common, objective definition of right and...

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Pro-Abortion Clergy Called Trump ‘Antithetical’ to Biblical Teachings

Pro-abortion clergy denounced President Trump’s recent photo-op outside St. John’s church in Washington D.C., calling him “antithetical” to Christian traditions.   But a quick examination of these clerical critics displays fierce hypocrisy in their own Christian practice. Nobody expects Trump to be a saint, but clerical leadership should be held to a higher standard of...

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