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Though not all of America’s Founding Fathers were Bible-believing Christians, the United States was nevertheless founded on biblical principles. These Fathers declared that our rights come from God, the Sovereign Creator.
Almost all Americans have heard the phrase “separation of church and state.” It has been used to “beat down” and eliminate Christianity and symbols like cross from public places, disallow Bible reading and prayer in public schools, and stop the teaching of creation in science classes.
The church is not influencing the culture in America as it once did. Our Western nations—once dominated by Christian thinking—are embracing sinful acts, such as abortion and homosexual behavior, and are now calling these evils “good.”
Ultimately there are only two religions—one starts with God’s Word and the other starts with man’s word. America once built its worldview predominantly on the Bible. Now a shift has occurred, from Christianity’s absolutes to the relative morality of human opinions.
The great delusion of this age is the belief in millions of years and evolution, implying that God’s Word is wrong and that man’s word is the authority.
Many on the secular Left misrepresent the religious beliefs of America’s founders and their intent in framing the US Constitution.
At one time in the past, the people of the United States generally knew who ruled over the affairs of men—the Creator God of the Bible. What happened?
Almost all Americans have heard the phrase “separation of church and state.” However, fewer realize the phrase is not in the Constitution.
Christians have spent millions of dollars trying to change the culture but the culture continues to become more secularized every day. What’s the answer?
The public display of cross-shaped beams at the 9/11 Memorial Museum has stirred demands for their removal.
Modern America is far from godly. Should a church honor the symbol of such a culture? Does the American flag belong on the church platform?
I believe it is largely the church’s fault that the culture, from a Christian perspective, is collapsing and is coming under judgment.
Candidates vying for U.S. presidency are increasingly being asked about their views on creation vs. evolution. Their beliefs about origins help shape their policy views.
Is America under divine judgment?
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A candidate for U.S. vice president has suggested debate on origins should be allowed in state-run schools. But is she really a creationist?
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The results of a USA Today/Gallup Poll reaffirm previous surveys that show a United States populace with no consensus on the creation/evolution issue.
There’s no doubt that Christians are becoming marginalized in America.
The Supreme Court justices ruled that each exhibit of the Ten Commandments demands scrutiny to determine whether it goes too far in promoting religion.
Garry Wills has written a guest column, “The Day the Enlightenment Went Out” (Nov. 4), for the venerable New York Times.
Millions around the world are seeing a nation—that has stood for biblical Christianity—physically removing any references to the Bible or the God of the Bible from public schools and other places.
Before I speak at a seminar or in a church, I often say that my wife and I came to America from Australia 15 years ago ‘as missionaries to a “pagan” culture.’