The division in the church has weakened our testimony as the people of G-D.
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Even when I consider Trump's many obvious flaws, I would still rather see him in the White House than Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden.
Rick Scarborough says he believes the great tragedy of America is that the pastor has largely been silenced.
"We all come from the same root here in terms of our fundamental basic beliefs," Biden told the Muslim summit.
A group of Christian Republicans adamantly thinks so.
Christians have always been at the center of this culture war, even when we weren't intentionally engaged in it.
God is just; He is kind; He is forgiving; but He's also a God whose justice must finally be extended when a country refuses to listen to His voice.
Steve Strang: Church Needs to Wake Up to Demonic Principalities, Powers That Control Culture and Countries
"The only explanation for the the unreasonable, horrific hatred of Donald Trump by some people is what Christians call spiritual warfare."
Take these warnings seriously.
The vicious takedown of 'Ten Commandments Judge' Roy Moore is only one example.
His answer may surprise you.
Given the Supreme Court's conservative majority, it's an especially disappointing defeat for pro-life activists.
It's obvious that Ann Coulter put too much trust in a man.
God will not hold guiltless a nation that kills 1 million children every year.
This dangerous and ugly accusation is now standard fare for the left.
While the country has lurched left over the past few decades, Trump has at least slowed the momentum.
The parallels are uncanny.
A Seventh-Day Adventist group that emphasizes "the prophecies of the Bible" made its end-times predictions as part of a full-page newspaper advertisement in Nashville.
In that light, the choice becomes simple.
Neil Gorsuch's treacherous deception was predictable.