The most recent two undercover videos in the Center for Medical Progress' investigation of Planned Parenthood taken America around a corner. Naiveté is no longer an excuse. We can no longer say “we didn’t know.” We know virtually everything now, right down to the “crunchy,” illegal details. And with knowledge comes responsibility.
Many writers have compared the position of the American church in 2015 with the position of the Israelites during the Babylonian captivity. Whether entirely accurate or not, the comparison highlights an important reality: The loss of political and cultural power is by no means the end of the American church's mission.
Hidden sins tend to eventually become public knowledge, and when they do, the revelation can be life-altering. This was illustrated with startling clarity when a hackers’ network released the confidential data from the Internet's best-known affair-hosting website. The aftermath of the world's biggest adultery scandal is a reminder that safely secret sins are never truly safe or secret.
Winston Churchill defined “right” this way: The “common conception of what is right and decent is a marked regard for fair play, especially to the weak and the poor, a stern sentiment of impartial justice, and a love of personal freedom.” In this adapted lecture, Dr. David Noebel shares five things that America has gotten right and why they give reason to hope.
Special Blog Entry From: The President's Desk
The Supreme Court’s decision to allow same-sex marriage did not come as a surprise to those who understand the times. Perhaps you have also seen the videos of Planned Parenthood’s leaders negotiating the sale of aborted baby’s organs. I’m appalled at the brazen callousness of these “leaders.” I’m guessing you are too. From my desk at Summit, I sense both a growing urgency and a growing commitment from believers. Those who have wormed their way…