Adam Graham: Due to Franklin Graham’s prominence, he’s being held up as proof we Christians are all hypocrites by secularists and atheists. And you don’t have to be a radical atheist to see the unfairness of holding Trump to a lower standard than the church holds the average person.
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.
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.
Shane Vander Hart: Christian psychologist and radio personality Dr. James Dobson called for a day of prayer and fasting in order to prevent the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump. Is this something we should pray for?
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 a lot of good reading in Kuiper’s works. The premillennial theologian might learn something for his correction and improvement.
Shane Vander Hart: As Christians participate in the public square what does our participation say about our witness for Jesus Christ?
Bob Vander Plaats: “The Gospel of Jesus Christ is much bigger than any candidate and much bigger than any political party and it should not be reduced to such.”
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE), speaking in Des Moines, IA, highlighted three problems that Americans face in the future that government can not fix.
Sunday morning is described as the most segregated time in the week. Shane Vander Hart discusses why that is and shares five thoughts on how to address it.
Shane Vander Hart provides some thoughts about the violent clash between Alt-Right protestors and Antifa counter-protestors in Charlottesville, VA.
Shane Vander Hart: Evangelicals need a course correction after 2016 when polls showed many evangelicals changed their beliefs to accommodate a candidate.
The Barna Group in a survey released this week found that 43 percent of evangelicals polled said they would not vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship decided it will dismiss any staff who say they support same-sex marriage or disagree with biblical view of human sexuality.
Brian Myers: It took generations for the apostasy of mainline Christian denominations to wreck the spiritual foundation of the culture, but it is complete.
The Des Moines Register this year has been pushing an agenda to normalize transgender persons in the state, and have pushed a wider LGBT agenda much longer.