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National Prayer Breakfast marks 60 years

This post has been updated 2-2-12 The football Super Bowl is Sunday, but for those who live at the intersection … Continued

Why we need the National Prayer Breakfast

            It’s easy to be cynical about Washington. I was born in this city and even I occasionally throw up … Continued

Santorum, GOP continue anti-sharia campaign

The GOP continued its campaign against sharia law last week, with potential 2012 presidential candidate Rick Santorum telling a group … Continued

The politics of ignorance: Election 2010

“I am you”–the now-famous line from Delaware Republican senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell’s campaign ad–exemplifies the marketing of ignorance that lies … Continued

Christine O’Donnell: ‘Separation of church and state’ not in First Amendment

By Elizabeth Tenety Delaware Senate candidates Chris Coons (D) and Christine O’Donnell (R) met again Tuesday at Widener University’s School … Continued

Forgetting God has eternal and earthly consequences

In a Pew Forum survey released Tuesday, atheists and agnostic surpass all other groups in their knowledge of religion. How … Continued

Onward Christian voters?

By David Waters Here we go again: Another national election, another chance to divide the wheat from the chaff, the … Continued

The enemy is us

After 9/11 President Bush reminded Americans that the attack was the work of a few terrorists and not the Muslim … Continued

Christians are being persecuted, but not here

Christians, who through the centuries have often been persecutors, in our time often are persecutees. Those of us who try … Continued

Evangelizing is what evangelical Christians do

I’m not at all sure why the liberal left is always so shocked that evangelical Christians want other people to … Continued

The nonreligious need to celebrate

I’m writing this from a Starbucks–as American a place as any these days, no?–where I’ve just been informed by a … Continued

The Problem is Me

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Public Schools Are For Education, Period

The New York City Council last week voted to add two Muslim holidays to the city’s public school calendar, citing … Continued

A Christian By Any Other Name

Ward Brehm doesn’t call himself a Christian. “I just call myself a follower of Jesus,” says Brehm, a Minneapolis businessman … Continued

God as My Financial Adviser

Unlike the current responses by my fellow panelists, I will answer the question posed rather than expound on the foolishness … Continued

Religious Bureaucrats Are To Religion As Military Music Is To Music

Last week, Pope Benedict managed to aggravate both Jews and Protestants–the former by encouraging a form of the mass that, … Continued

Believing In Things Unseen Is Not Delusion

I am honored to be here tonight, and I thank my friend Cal Thomas for the invitation. I am, as … Continued