The Apostle Paul’s teachings, as taken directly from the Greek of his letters, emphasize neither original guilt nor imputed righteousness.
It's not just foreign governments who have a hand in instigating the protests.
Education is not a question of “rights” to be imposed by the state, but of the “freedom” of parents to choose the sort of education that they believe is best for their children…
A three-judge panel of the Oregon Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a decision by a state agency that led to the fine and forced Aaron and Melissa Klein to close their bakery.
Did Jesus of Nazareth really exist? Some historians say the evidence is weak. But by what standard?
Charles Dickens’ story reminds us that our celebrations of Christ’s birth ought to stretch into all that we do.
We often think of the secularization of Christmas as a very recent thing. But its origins go back to the nineteenth century.
The retired British boxer, who is a practicing Muslim, is receiving an avalanche of abuse after posting a picture of a Christmas tree.
“Kindness is love in action,” observed psychologist Robert Holden in his book 'Loveability.'
It may actually be a form of sloth.
The monastery was the most influential institution in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
New research suggests parents may hold the key to fidelity.
Every December we hear about the 'War on Christmas.' But do you know where it really began?
After two years of euthanasia in Quebec, a look at the numbers.
It involves the destruction of an invaluable repository of social and collective memory.
The legacy of the Bill of Rights is this: What government did not create, it can neither bestow nor confiscate.
How much can the chattering class actually help me be a better person, a better husband, a better father, or a better boss?
A look at the the origin and development of Hanukkah over the past more than 2,000 years.
G.K. Chesterton rejected optimism and pessimism because he found both to be expressions of a fatalistic approach to life.
The rags to riches backstory of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is one we could all stand to hear.
David Cassidy's estranged daughter shared her father's dying words. And they can be a lesson for us all.
J.R.R. Tolkien learned some things about human nature, sex and love during and following his love affair with wife Edith Bratt. Here are eight observations.
“I believe a man is happier, and happy in a richer way, if he has ‘the freeborn mind’. But I doubt whether he can have this without economic independence, which the new society is abolishing."
A new Gallup poll reveals a troubling trend in the U.S.: Americans are detached from reality.
In his Farewell Address, George Washington urged America to be non-interventionist, but that was before the nuclear age.
In a culture so animated by people wanting, taking, and consuming, Thanksgiving stands alone. It is a time of humility, a time to remember all those who toiled and struggled to secure the blessings we have, a time to maybe even acknowledge the hand of Providence.
The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time.