Jordan Sekulow and Matthew Clark

Jordan Sekulow is executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). Matthew Clark is an attorney at the ACLJ. Follow them on Twitter: @JordanSekulow and @_MatthewClark.

Stories by Jordan Sekulow and Matthew Clark

What Christians must do about Iran

As the debt ceiling debate, Casey Anthony acquittal, unrest in Syria, and fight to topple Qaddafi in Libya monopolize the … Continued

Debt an economic disaster of biblical proportions

Melina Mara WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 6: (L-R) Senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN), John Barrasso (R-WY), John Cornyn (R-TX), Jon Kyl … Continued

Should Christians apologize for enforcing immigration laws?

John Bazemore AP A protester reacts during a rally protesting Georgia’s new immigration law on the Capitol steps Monday, June … Continued

Heaven ignites atheist uproar

Mario Tama GETTY IMAGES NEW YORK, NY – MAY 05: U.S. President Barack Obama (C) carries a wreath with New … Continued

NBC’s selective patriotism at the U.S. Open

Bill O’Leary WASHINGTON POST NBC omitted the words “under God” twice from its broadcast of the Pledge of Allegiance during … Continued

Social conservatives have their candidate to go up against Obama

Jim Cole AP Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., answers a question during the first New Hampshire Republican presidential debate at St. … Continued

Issues and ideas take center stage for social conservatives

Win McNamee GETTY IMAGES WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 03: Members of the Faith and Freedom Coalition listen to conservative speakers … Continued

Calling Bachmann

JD Pooley AP Rep. Michele Bachmann, a tea party favorite considering a run for president in 2012, speaks to a … Continued

Social conservatives post-Huckabee

Guess whose photo appears right underneath an article in the latest edition of The Economist with the headline, “The silence … Continued

Should Christians be political?

Karlowac / Alamy ALAMY Question mark outline made from wooden rosary on white background Christians often struggle with Romans 13:1-5, … Continued

Can Christians celebrate bin Laden’s Death?

Tina Fineberg AP People in New York’s Times Square react to the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death early Monday … Continued

Killing bin Laden is the act of ultimate justice

I am celebrating the successful mission launched by U.S. Armed Forces to kill Osama bin Laden. Like millions of Americans, … Continued

Is the budget a moral document?

Darren McCollester GETTY IMAGES CONCORD, NH – APRIL 15: Linda Dupere holds a sign at a Tea Party tax day … Continued

Is Terry Jones the real problem?

The problem is not Terry Jones. In countries with real freedom, there will be plenty of provocateurs. It is the … Continued

Social conservative movement goes mainstream in 2012

With all the talk about the tea party eclipsing social conservatives as the most important grassroots base in conservative politics, … Continued

In Libya, the last resort

Apostle Paul wrote, “If possible, on your part, live at peace with everyone.” We should strive to maintain peace but … Continued

Christian faith at its best

Missionary Daniel Pye has called Haiti home for eight years, running an orphanage and distributing necessities the Haitian people desperately … Continued

Should we defend DOMA?

House Republicans will soon announce how they will proceed in the defense of the Defense of Marriage Act. The three … Continued

Iran postures while Egypt burns

Anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images) As protesters take to the streets across the … Continued

Trust the Egyptian people

Egyptian anti-government protesters chant slogans as they stand atop an Egyptian army tank during a protest in Tahrir Square in … Continued