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There was once a time when talk about the supposed influence of the Pope was a staple of American politics. In the 19th century, anti-Catholic...
Donald Trump

There’s been a fair amount of attention on the remarks made by Donald Trump at Liberty University on Monday, but I want to focus on...
Kim Davis

In a story that has received national coverage, a Kentucky County Clerk, Kim Davis, was found in contempt of court for her refusal to issue...
Politicized Christianity

I recently returned from seven days at one of the most beautiful spots on earth – the Princess Louisa Inlet located in the western part of...

In some ways, the left’s overt hostility to religious liberty, as evidenced by the mob-shaming of defenders of basic and once-bipartisan religious freedom protections, is...

Given the lazy, ignorant, and hostile reporting on Indiana’s religious-freedom law, we are left to wonder: Is there any conceivable situation in which the press...

Part of the problem with President Obama's recent National Prayer Breakfast speech, as Michael Rubin has pointed out, is that it provides a simplistic and...

By injecting moral equivalency into the National Prayer Breakfast by comparing the violence of the Crusades with that of the Islamic State (ISIS), President Obama...

At first, I was prepared to defend President Obama's remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast from conservatives who excoriated him for comparing (as the New...

“I spent a couple of hours with Steve and Sharol Hayner today in Atlanta,” the senior pastor of a church I attended 15 years ago...

One of the strangest reactions to today’s horrific terror attack in Paris has been the Western media’s collective freakout resulting in news organizations making a...

Last week the Wall Street Journal carried a fascinating piece about the uses European countries are finding for all their empty churches. Naftali Bendavid’s account...