There are lessons to be learned about discussing certain topics and when to reserve comment. Two highly controversial topics, are undoubtedly, Religion & Politics. Do you jump in or step aside?
Reko Diq is a small town in Chagai District, Balochistan, Pakistan, in a desert area 70 kilometres north west of Naukundi, near to the Iran-Afghan border. Reko Diq, also the name of an ancient volcano, literally means sandy peak, but this is...
Perhaps you've heard someone say that "we not only have the freedom of religion, but we also have the freedom from religion." In this article I explain why the idea of a "freedom from religion" is irrational.
Marxist, Communist, Socialist, Fascist and Nazi are some of the vicious names tossed like a garden salad. Super PACs, Politics, Social Issues and Religion, oh my.
The Bible tells us Jesus was tried under the authority of Tiberius Caesar (emperor of Rome) and Pontius Pilate (governor of Rome). He was sentenced to death by Roman crucifixion. Likewise, Herod, the Roman emperor in 37 AD, was yet in bed with the Jewish leaders who were ecstatic about his...
With white officers shooting young black males, rising crime, anti-muslim and Mexican fears driving a further wedge between the races, area churches hold peaceful prayer to bring the world together.
The U.S. was crafted to be the First Secular Democracy. It is arguably still the only Federalist Secular Democracy, at least in name and theory, but are these tenets honored in Washington, D.C.?
Is there a inherent conflict between religion and science in western civilization. This article challenges the "Conflict Theory" as a nineteenth-century fabrication.
In Gareth Morgan’s book Images of Organization, he discusses the use of metaphors as “a way of thinking and a way of seeing that pervade how we understand our world generally” (2006, pg. 4).
Christians in America need to take their place in the marketplace of ideas. Get involved in education, the arts, and the mass media in order to impact the culture. Use your freedom to express Truth.