Category The Christian and His Country
What makes a hero? A few years ago, I had the incredible privilege to intern for a member of Congress in their Washington, D.C. office. During my time there, I assisted with research into Medal of Honor recipients. As I read the stories of these heroes and their bravery, I could not believe some of […]
America is different. Our country pioneered the concept of freedom and liberty. Our Founding Fathers wanted to set up a government that was unique. Other countries had authoritarian rulers such as kings, queens, or emperors that told their citizens what to do and when to do it. There were strict social classes that were nearly impossible […]
Leading is hard. Leaders are constantly faced with challenges that could mean success or failure. Enemies come wanting to take them down, and the people they lead can gripe and complain. Moses faced all three of these obstacles throughout the time he led the children of Israel through the wilderness. There was one particular battle […]
What is the core of any society? Everyday, I see headlines that describe awful events and unimaginable stories. Society is deteriorating before our eyes. The Bible describes this: “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, […]
Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet Todd Starnes and get a signed copy of his book, The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again. Todd is a contributor for Fox News and has a daily radio commentary that is broadcast across the country. His passion for protecting our religious freedoms in America is clearly […]
Today marks the annual National Day of Prayer. Our nation has a long history of declaring days of prayer. From its earliest colonists petitioning the Almighty for protection to President George W. Bush declaring a day following the terrorist attacks on 9/11 to “pray for healing and for the strength to serve and encourage one another in hope and faith.” […]
Religion in American politics is a subject that is almost unconsciously a major part of our political system. Despite the rhetorical “separation of church and state,” politicians and citizens both use religion to define and apply their politics. These tendencies raise the questions of which party uses religion more and if the use of religion has increased or decreased over time. This study uses all fifty-seven Presidential inaugural addresses to determine any trends in the religious mentions of Presidents.