Blogs

Don’t Mix Politics and Religion

by Tim Stratton  (The FreeThinking Theist)  | October 22, 2018 https://freethinkingministries.com/dont-mix-politics-religion/ Complaint: Dear Tim, I love you man but I don’t want my politics and my religion mixed. I look up to you for religious context and commentary because you are an expert in the field. Not politics. That’s just your opinions and I can… Read More »

Two Solutions to Stop Mass Shootings

By Timothy Jerry Here we are, waking up to another mass shooting on American soil. This week’s attack occurred during a Sunday morning church service at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, about 30 miles east of San Antonio Texas. The attack left 26 people dead and several wounded. These mass shootings are almost… Read More »

The Continuing Triumph of Faith: The World Is Becoming More Religious

Ever hear the old saw that religious people are on the wrong side of history? It isn’t true. Turns out, we’re on the right side of the future as well. A year ago, National Geographic told readers that “religion is rapidly becoming less important than it’s ever been, even to people who live in countries… Read More »

Christians ‘Under Caesar’s Sword’ – Responding to Worldwide Persecution Read

One hundred years ago, one-third of the population of Istanbul, formerly known as Constantinople, was non-Muslim. It was home to hundreds of thousands of Jews and Christians. Today, Istanbul, the largest city of the modern state of Turkey, is less than one percent non-Muslim. This did not happen by accident. What’s more, the same forces… Read More »

Atheism and Mass Murder

 Joseph Stalin‘s atheistic regime killed tens of millions of people. Concerning atheism and mass murder, Christian apologist Gregory Koukl wrote that “the assertion is that religion has caused most of the killing and bloodshed in the world. There are people who make accusations and assertions that are empirically false. This is one of them.”[1] Koukl… Read More »

The New Atheist Agenda

The new wave of bitterly anti-God, anti-Christian atheists offer arguments against God. Patrick Zukeran provides several good answers. by Patrick Zukeran Nearly thirty years ago John Lennon sang the song, “Imagine.” The words went like this: “Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the… Read More »

Religion in Public Life in America – Part 1

By R.R. Reno Religious liberty is being redefined in America, or at least many would like it to be. Our secular establishment wants to reduce the autonomy of religious institutions and limit the influence of faith in the public square. The reason is not hard to grasp. In America, “religion” largely means Christianity, and today… Read More »

Religion in Public Life in America – Part 2

by R.R. Reno A recent book by University of Chicago professor of philosophy and law Brian Leiter outlines what I believe will become the theoretical consensus that does away with religious liberty in spirit if not in letter. “There is no principled reason,” he writes, “for legal or constitutional regimes to single out religion for… Read More »

The World is Far More Religious Today than Ever

 by Timothy Jerry Modern liberal progressives constantly put forward the idea that people of faith are un-evolved ignoramuses for believing in God and the existence of the supernatural. Yet in spite of their propaganda the world is far more religious today than it ever has been. Christianity is exploding with between 10 to 30% of… Read More »

Christians Waking Up To Realization That Biblical Beliefs Are Resulting In Job Loss, Educational Discrimination And Even Travel Restrictions May 06, 2014 | Jeff Melton Share this article

Jeff Melton In March, Brendan Eich was appointed as the new chief executive officer (CEO) of Mozilla. Two weeks later, he resigned his position, following pressure from the board of directors and amid complaints from his subordinates. In fact, during his short tenure, half of Mozilla’s board resigned from their positions and some of his… Read More »