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Category: Religion

Modern Day Prophet, Jordan Peterson

While church attendance, especially among younger Americans, continues to rapidly decline, and megachurches have arisen in response to entice the youth to show up for the entertaining music and a...

Daniel Greenfield: The Big Palestine Lie

The “Palestinians” are not the victims of colonialism. They are its perpetrators.

Dr. Charles Jacobs: Leftist Rabbis Endanger Jewish Community

Dr. Charles Jacobs, the president of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, focused on Leftist Rabbis Endanger Jewish Community, revealing how enabling Hamas-linked groups isn’t supporting social...

Barak Lurie Discusses Atheism Kills: The Dangers of a World Without God

Barak Lurie, the author of  of the new book, Atheism Kills: The Dangers of a World Without God – And Cause for Hope. Barak discusses his new book. Don’t miss it!

Principled in the Macro/Compassionate in the Micro? Not Really.

My literary or commentator credentials are far from the likes of Dennis Prager, and yes, for the most part I agree with much of what Mr. Prager expresses in his daily syndicated talk show (I must...

Stuart Kaufman: Oh, Jerusalem

On Wednesday, December 6, President Donald Trump changed the rules that have governed diplomatic relations in the Middle East. On that day, he (drum roll) stated the obvious: President Donald...

The Christmas Story: A Time of No Fear

Why can't we let go of our fears? If this time of year is a celebration of the birth of peace and freedom for mankind, what limits our ability to walk away from our fears and move forward?

A Modern “Takeaway” from the Christmas Storm of 1776

There’s so much hope and inspiration our Modern-day Patriot can take from the Christmas Storm of 1776.

MERRY Christmas!

Merry Christmas! Not “happy” but “merry,” and it is more than a “holiday.”

Daniel Greenfield: The Light of Chanukah

A candle is a brief flare of light. A wick dipped in oil burns and then goes out again. The light of Chanukah appears to follow the same narrative. Briefly there is light and warmth and then...

Can There Be “Peace on Earth”?

One of my favorite Christmas carols—and possibly one of the most patriotic Christmas songs of all time–is “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”.  Originally written as the poem...

Politics in the Days of Jesus

God’s timing always works out, though some may wonder why Jesus Christ was sent to this Earth at this particular time in history we read about in the Bible. It was actually a very pivotal...

The Christmas of 1969: A Story of Fear, Santa, and Dolls With Sunglasses

It was Christmas Eve, 1969. Ann-Marie and her sister, Lisa, were still awake and filled with terror. Would Santa pass them by?

Violinist Lindsey Stirling Offers Beautiful Christmas Gift In Train Station

Violinist Lindsey Sterling played 'Hallelujah' in a train station to very little notice, but the gift she was giving was priceless.

Children’s Version of the Nativity Story, Acted Out By Grownups, is EPIC.

THIS. IS. EPIC. Best Christmas movie you'll see all year, featuring Star Wars and Chickens. #TrueStory

Christian College Students Experiencing Anti-Christian Discrimination at an Alarming Rate

It’s outrageous and unconstitutional. Colleges are engaging in anti-Christian discrimination and denying students admission because of their faith. As ACLJ reports: “Universities are...

CD Review: Southern Raised – “Another World”

I first discovered Southern Raised in 2014 through a video of their song “The Scarlet Cord” and was totally blown away. I had never heard anything like this in bluegrass before. A couple of...

My Personal Story of Praise and Thanksgiving to our Great Lord and Savior

It was May 11, 2017, 8:30 am, UVA Medical Center. As I laid down on the operating table, the thought that was on my mind was the scripture from Revelation 4:8- Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God...