School Leaders Weigh In on Civics Education

An Education Week Research Center report on Civics Education based on a survey of 524 school leaders paints a dismal picture.

Some Historic Principles for Iowa Policymakers to Follow

John Hendrickson: Governor Theodore Christianson, a champion of limited government in Minnesota, is an example for state policy leaders across the nation.

Calvin Coolidge’s Lesson on Civic Responsibility

John Hendrickson: Calvin Coolidge understood the importance of an informed citizenry and civic responsibility in maintaining our republic.

Make Your Vote Matter by Voting Your Conscience

Adam Graham: Americans voting according to their consciences can have a huge impact on this election and can force parties to reform or die.

Ligon Duncan: Should Christians Worry? (Video)

With the cultural and political landscape it is easy to be anxious and fall into despair. Dr. Ligon Duncan shares how Christians overcome that temptation.

Atheism, Communism, Nazism: Understanding The Connection

Marx viewed religion as something negative to get rid off, and his followers certainly tried their best, criminalizing religion and killing millions.

Caffeinated Thought of the Day: Championing the Truth

Brian Myers: William Jennings Bryan spent the last twenty years of his career fighting against Darwinism, and championing the truth of the Bible.

Ravi Zacharias Speaks to Record Numbers at Iowa Prayer Breakfast

Ravi Zacharias spoke before a record gathering of over 1500 at the 52nd Annual Iowa Prayer Breakfast held on Maunday Thursday in Des Moines.

Why Politics and History Do Not Mix

Those who don’t learn from history are bound to repeat it. Welcome to politics.

How Shall We Pay for Health Care?

Questions asked in 1949 about health care, its cost, care provided, and federal involvement are still being asked today.

Secular History vs. Sacred History

Last Sunday I preached on Ephesians 3:1-13 in my discussion on how…