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Justice Department Warns San Francisco It Cannot Limit Church Attendance to 1 Person The Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division recently sent a letter to San Francisco Mayor London Breed insisting that limiting church attendance to only one person “is contrary to the Constitution and the nation’s best tradition of religious freedom.” According […]

Illinois State University Coach Quits after Displaying ‘All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ’ Poster on His Office Door The Pentagraph reports that Illinois State University football offensive coordinator Kurt Beathard quit after he put a sign on his office door that read “All Lives Matter to Our Lord & […]

3 Christians Arrested at Outdoor Worship Service for Failing to Social Distance, Wear a Mask Three Christians were arrested in Moscow City, Idaho for not wearing masks and not social distancing while taking part in an outdoor worship service. Two others at the worship service were issued citations for also not wearing masks. […]

What a Self-Described Liberal Said about Amy Coney Barrett It’s not often that we get to see history being made, but that’s what happened Saturday afternoon when President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court of the United States. Any nomination to our nation’s highest court is historic. If confirmed, […]

The world around us is shifting sand. I suppose it always has been, but the past four months have revealed its instability in profound ways. Medical advice and predictions regarding COVID-19 change daily. Businesses have closed, never to re-open, while others struggle to adjust their models to new and ever-changing standards. Neighborhoods near my home […]

The Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Our Unique Role in God’s Drama of the Ages Joan Ruth Bader was born in Brooklyn, New York, on March 15, 1933. She met Martin Ginsburg on a blind date when they were undergraduates at Cornell. The couple had a daughter, Jane, and a son, James. […]

Why Forgetting the Holocaust Is Disastrous Millions of religious and ethnic minorities—men, women, and children—herded on to trains, hauled away to concentration camps for “reeducation,” used for slave labor, their heads shaved and hair used for products sold to support the government. Women forcibly sterilized, babies forcibly aborted. All of this sounds familiar […]

Why (and How) Christians Should Vote In the 2016 election, only about 61 percent of voting-age Americans cast a ballot. The percentage of self-identifying Christians who voted, both evangelical and non-evangelical, was pretty similar. In other words, though faith does seem to greatly influence the voting decisions of American Christians who vote, it […]

How Abortion Poisoned Our Politics (and Everything Else) President Trump has promised that his nomination to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be announced on Saturday. And, now that Senator Mitt Romney has committed to support the process, it looks probable, perhaps likely, that Mitch McConnell could succeed in […]

The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Urgency of Moral Purpose My wife and I watched NCIS Tuesday night. When the show ended, Love Island began. We watched the first minute and were so shocked we turned the television off. CBS describes the show this way: “Love Island is the sizzling summer series […]


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