Collin Brendemuehl: Everybody thinks systematically including evangelicals. We interpret everything around us according to our frame of reference, which is certainly more than a mere mental state.
Steve C. Sherman: We need to protect our kids as much as Binny’s Beverage Depot protects its booze! It is time to place armed guards in schools.
Marilyn Singleton: In today’s climate where some black leaders imply that white Americans are racists, only personal experiences can slay that fire-breathing dragon.
Collin Brendemuehl: All of us who are evangelical — pentecostal, fundamental, reformed, Anabaptist — we all share in something that lets us fellowship. Of course, we don’t agree on all of it. But we do share in Christ and common core truths.
Collin Brendemuehl: It is not that conservatism and evangelicalism go hand-in-hand. There is no theological or political bond between them. Evangelicalism existed before conservatism and will exist after it is gone.
Collin Brendemuehl: There is not an acceptable side to the eugenics movement, but not all of it is overtly ugly and remains a big part of our pop culture.
Collin Brendemuehl: It will be a difficult transition for our society to move toward liberty and away from being driven by the mix of Hollywood and Madison Ave.
John Hendrickson: The true origins of today’s big government originate with the progressive and modern liberal movement of the early 20th century.
Daniel L. Davis: The most effective use of deception by abortion advocates is the intentional exchange of the term “abortion” with “women’s healthcare.”
John Hendrickson: Since the 1960s Christianity in the United States has been undermined by the advancement of secularism and liberalism.
John Hendrickson: Ideas have consequences and the dark history of socialism and communism should not be forgotten or treated lightly.
John Hendrickson: Conservatives believe that not only is the Constitution based in truth, but also the biblical heritage of the nation.
John Hendrickson: James M. Beck’s description of Calvin Coolidge as an “old-fashioned” American was fitting because it reflected Coolidge’s political philosophy.
There are Christians who hold various opinions about the illegal immigration debate. What does the Bible say about immigrants and what does it mean for us?
Kelvey Vander Hart: Governments and people are not the same, and they should function differently.
Adam Graham: The battle over Confederate memorials is the wrong war, what Charlottesville demonstrated is that our nation is in serious spiritual trouble.