One-Way Diversity

New cases of “gay rights” activists forcing Christians to celebrate and accept the homosexual lifestyle add to a growing list of examples proving that the LGBT movement isn’t content to “live and let live.” WORLD News reports that the California State University system has officially “de-recognized” all student groups refusing to comply with the so-called “all-comers policy,” which makes those with beliefs and behaviors antithetical to a given group eligible for membership and leadership positions.

Read More...

High-Tech Atrophy

Writing in The Atlantic, Nick Romeo asks, “Is Google making students stupid?” Using modern devices and software as replacements for the most valuable and timeless skills in life is ultimately a form of sloth, one of the traditional “deadly sins.” Most people today call it laziness, and Scripture takes a clear stance on it.

Read More...

Not Healthy, Not Normal

Actress Jennifer Lawrence has harsh words after a hacker stole and distributed nude photos of her. But she also expressed acceptance toward online pornography. High-profile efforts to nudge pornography into mainstream culture show just how many Americans have accepted it as normal and healthy. But research doesn’t agree. Instead, it exposes pornography as a social cancer, eating away at relationships, distorting users’ sense of normal sexuality, and creating addictions that lead to diagnosable medical disorders.

Read More...

One-Way Diversity

New cases of “gay rights” activists forcing Christians to celebrate and accept the homosexual lifestyle add to a growing list of examples proving that the LGBT movement isn’t content to “live and let live.” WORLD News reports that the California State University system has officially “de-recognized” all student groups refusing to comply with the so-called “all-comers policy,” which makes those with beliefs and behaviors antithetical to a given group eligible for membership and leadership positions.

Read More...

Special Blog Entry From:  The President's Desk

Why Recognizing What the Bible Is Will Change Your Life—and the World

Even though 80% of U.S. households own a Bible, 50% of Americans, including Christians, can't name any of the four Gospels. Understanding the Bible is a resolution that can change your life and help you live out a biblical worldview in the 21st century. But first, we have to recognize what the Bible is, which in turn, will affect how we read it and whether or not we understand it.

Read More...

Read/Download our Monthly Publication:  The Journal

The Journal | October 2014

Get to know the world's most important book, the Bible, in this month's Journal. Learn what some of America's founders said about the Bible and Christianity, why Christians need to take the Bible seriously, and ten steps to take to best study the Bible. Doc's recent readings include international affairs, climate change, education, homosexuality, and more.

Read More...