China Bans Religion For 90 Million People

World | Joshua Gill
A Chinese paramilitary policeman takes an oath ahead of the 96th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in Kunming, Yunnan province, China, June 30, 2017. Picture taken June 30, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer

‘Firm Marxist atheists’

Hawaii Forces Pro-Lifers To Advertise For Free Abortions

US | Joshua Gill
Pro-life activists gather outside the Supreme Court for the National March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘Abortion is her only option’

How About We Stop Ignoring Evolutionary Racism?

Opinion | Mark Tapscott

There’s more to Charles Darwin’s views on Blacks and Whites than just racism.

In America's Political Discourse, Why So Little Reference To Our Common Good?

Opinion | Alan Keyes

Without reference to God, there is no true union; no being in common; and, therefore, no common good.

Our Rights Do Not Come From God

Opinion | David Benkof
Bill of Rights

What is the Biblical source for the search-and-seizure rule?

Kentucky Now Allows Public Schools To Teach Bible Classes

Education | Henry Rodgers
A woman reads from the Book of Joshua during the 27th Annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon in Washington, U.S., May 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque - RTX2CGNN

‘Bible Literacy Bill’

Socialism: Where's The Christian Love?

Opinion | Alan Keyes

Government exists to organize coercion. Why would a Christian want to expand that to its logical conclusion?

A Hollow Victory: Defeating ISIS In Iraq While Letting Their Victims Disappear

Opinion | Nate Lance

We need to do more to help Christians in Iraq.

Why Liberals Must Choose Bernie Sanders Or Bob Dylan

Politics | Mark Tapscott
Bernie Sanders Reuters/Carlo Allegri

Freedom in faith made one child of the Sixties sing, but another was filled with nothing but fury.

Religious Adoption Agencies Can Reject LGBT Parents In Texas

US | Joshua Gill
Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks at a news conference in Austin, Texas, U.S., June 6, 2017. REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz

‘The right of religious freedom seems to be under persecution’

UK Lib Dem Leader Resigns Over Crisis Between Faith And Politics

World | Joshua Gill
Liberal Democrats party leader Tim Farron speaks to the media after Sarah Olney's victory in the Richmond Park by-election, in London, Britain December 2, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

“we are kidding ourselves if we think we yet live in a tolerant, liberal society”

Churchgoers Riot After Indonesian Military Burns Bibles

World | Joshua Gill
Christian Papuans rally in Jayapura of the Indonesia Papua province August 5, 2008. About 1,000 Papuan protested against Indonesian government's plan to implement Islamic sharia law in the Christian stronghold. REUTERS/Oka Barta Daud

Locals angered when military burned bibles

Sanders Attacks Christian Nominee, Violates Constitution

US | Joshua Gill
Bernie Sanders Reuters/Carlo Allegri

‘It is hateful’

Baptist Prof To LGBT Group: Our Kids Are Not Your Kids

Opinion | Robert Oscar Lopez

There is a frightening effort to push a sexually suggestive curriculum on young children.

Since When Is Doubt A Hallmark Of Fanaticism?

Opinion | Alan Keyes

Pope Francis smears conservative Catholics who seek to defend marriage.

Qatar's Anti-Christian And Anti-Semitic Policies Should Bar It From UNESCO Seat

Opinion | Bruce Majors

Autocracies should not be able to buy positions in human rights organizations.

Reporter's Journey From Skeptic To Believer Hits Silver Screen In 'The Case For Christ'

Opinion | Mark Tapscott

Movie opening Friday tells of former Chicago Tribune reporter’s trek from skeptic to believer.

Maybe It's Time For Christians To Declare Themselves A Minority

Opinion | David Krayden
Egyptians hold candles and a cross in front of the Coptic Christian Cathedral in tribute to the victims of the bomb attack, following a deadly explosion inside a Coptic cathedral in Cairo, Egypt December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Can you imagine if Christians insisted upon secularizing the Muslim festival of Ramadan?

Christians Fight Chinese Government Over Surveillance Cameras In Churches

World | Eric Lieberman
Left: A surveillance camera. [Shutterstock - Bildagentur Zoonar GmbH] Right: The Choir prepares to sing during a worship at the Xichuan Christian Church December 17, 2006 in Xining of Qinghai Province, China. [Photo by China Photos/Getty Images]

‘Some people needed to be treated in hospital after fighting the officials’