(This Breakpoint is republished from 8.2.21.) Recently, a denominational leader said to me that the best thing that the Church could do to handle the challenges of this cultural moment would be to “stay in its lane.” That the so-called “culture wars” have been grueling, and the Church is primarily called to spread the Gospel. That when it comes … More The Church’s Lane Is the Whole Cosmos
SOMETIMES YOU JUST NEED A LAUGH 🙃😊 SAN FRANCISCO, CA—With Elon Musk becoming Twitter’s largest stakeholder and a new member of the board of directors, many within the company are worried he may turn their free speech platform into a platform that actually allows free speech… READ MORE > > >
Listen, I have repeatedly warned against Christians partaking in gossip, and the like. Yet as this cartoon shows the U.S. seeking crude oil from foreign sources while putting a chock hold on our own production is just plain dumb. Especially for an administration that is all about “clean energy.” Does anyone really believe Iran, OPEC … More On Bended Knees?
Recently in the Atlantic, Peter Wehner argued that the evangelical church is breaking apart. He references the politicization of Covid, the challenge of two contentious elections, and the fact that America is in a bitter partisan divide. Additionally, in June, Mere Orthodoxy columnist Michael Graham suggested that evangelicalism in America is undergoing a “Six-way fracturing.” READ MORE > … More The Evangelical Fracture
First let me be clear, as I have stated many times, I am not a Republican, I am a Constitutionalist. I believe in and vote for the candidate that most represents the fundamentals of the Constitution which were based upon moral standards set forth by America’s founding Judeo-Christian principles. The RNC used to be the … More GOP ‘romance’ with evangelicals may be chilling down after party’s LGBT deal
Biden is if nothing else a consummate politician, one whose views change with the wind (or perceived popular views of his constituents.) Unfortunately, it makes him look a fool, Proverbs 12:15. “Life begins at conception, that’s the Church’s judgment. I accept it in my personal life.” That is what Vice President Joe Biden said in … More Hey Joe Biden, If Life Doesn’t Begin at Conception When Does it Begin?
TYLER, Texas — Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed an elections overhaul into law Tuesday that provides voter integrity protections in the booming state, after Democrats spent months claiming the new measures would weaken minority turnout… SOURCE: TX governor signs new voting integrity protections into law
Enormous as it is, the number of people evacuated by air from Kabul since the end of July — about 122,000 — is not large enough. Thankfully, many thousands of American citizens, third-country nationals and Afghans who worked directly for U.S. and allied military forces or embassies made it out. But many thousands of people … More Opinion: America is leaving thousands of people behind in Afghanistan. This is a moral disaster.
A group of nearly 90 retired generals and admirals called for the resignations of the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff over the disaster of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan… SOURCE: Read more
As many as 80,000 desperate people still need to be evacuated from behind enemy lines—thousands of U.S. citizens and tens of thousands of Afghans who risked their lives for years to help U.S. troops. Call Afghanistan What It Is: The Worst Hostage Crisis in American History On Nov. 4, 1979, militants seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking more … More Call Afghanistan What It Is… Also Pray for Afghanistan
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