From the very beginning, homosexual marriage activists have sought to hijack not only the moral authority of the Civil Rights Movement, but also the legal arguments which liberated minorities from centuries of legalized oppression and discrimination. read more
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While most Americans were focusing on the domestic implications of the president's re-election, the effects of his victory are being felt around the globe in different ways. Bishop Harry Jackson discusses why President Obama is so unliked in Israel. read more
This election cycle has been one of the most interesting in modern history. Bishop Harry Jackson discusses the question, How is it that a campaign of hope and change has resulted in such division? read more
Last week (May 23 and 24), 175 Christian leaders from around the country gathered for a 24-hour marriage summit in the Washington, D.C., metro area. The small group represented nearly 100,000 individual churches and several denominations. The purpose of the summit was to strategize how we would respond to President Obama’s endorsement of same-sex marriage.
The group, which included pastors, community activists and denominational leaders, decided to send out a group letter to the president and to develop a pro-biblical marriage resource that could be used around the country.
The summit culminated with a press conference in which black, Hispanic, white and Asian leaders stood shoulder-to-shoulder. We wanted to let the nation know that Christian leaders will not be silent on the issue of same-sex marriage. We also wanted to ask the president and the legislators of both parties to convey to us their specific strategies. read more