How The Election Was Won and Why It Matters

How The Election Was Won and Why It Matters

  A lot of people want to take credit for the Trump revolution, or to ascribe credit when it’s not deserved. While I have no personal axe to hack against Jared Kushner, President-elect Donald Trump’s son-in-law, that November 22, 2016 Forbes Magazine “Exclusive Interview: How Jared Kushner Won Trump The White House” was more startling […]

MA Pastors Challenge State Anti-Discrimination Law

MA Pastors Challenge State Anti-Discrimination Law

BOSTON — Four Massachusetts pastors and their churches are suing the state over a new anti-discrimination law that threatens to control how they express their beliefs around gender and sexuality and how they operate their bathrooms. “It could affect me as a pastor, what I teach and how we operate our church. This is new […]

The Supreme Court: Where Do We Go from Here?

The Supreme Court: Where Do We Go from Here?

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both campaigned on the issue of the future of the Supreme Court. The reason is scarcely a mystery. They knew—and more to the point they knew that the American people knew—that the next president would likely shape the Court for a generation or more. And they knew that their core […]

Trump’s Cabinet: A Motley Collection of Believers

Trump’s Cabinet: A Motley Collection of Believers

Abraham Lincoln had his “Team of Rivals”. John F. Kennedy had his “Wise Men”. While history hasn’t yet given a nickname for President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet and his executive team, it’s starting to look like he’s surrounding himself with men and women of faith. Here are some of his selections, as of November 30th: Vice […]

God, Churchill, and Christian Civilization

God, Churchill, and Christian Civilization

The United States — and the whole West — stands at a critical point. Will Western Civilization continue to enjoy the fruit of the worldview arising from Judeo-Christian belief, or will it go from twilight to darkness in our lifetimes? Winston Churchill’s birthday, November 30, 1874, should inspire reflection on what many consider the twentieth […]

Religious Freedom Day-A Lesson in Liberty! (with extended explanation)

    “Each year on JANUARY 16, we celebrate Religious Freedom Day in commemoration of the passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom,” -wrote President George W. Bush in his 2003 Proclamation. The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom was passed by Virginia’s Assembly on JANUARY 16, 1786. It was drafted by Thomas Jefferson and […]

Pastors and Politics: A fresh perspective

Pastors and Politics: A fresh perspective

Evangelical pastors and pews must take our game to the next level. Fundamentally we must begin to comprehend that Religious Liberty will be won by organizing and not Sunday sermons. A Sunday sermon is not a denomination of political currency; mustering and marshaling parishioners to the public square is. But be not mistaken, the teaching […]