Defending our freedom—beginning with the defense of religious liberty—is as American as a picnic with fireworks.
As we celebrate the Fourth, we are awash in news reports of Americans experiencing a newfound interest in soccer; the U.S. national team has generated patriotic fervor.
A Sudanese Christian doctor freed from death row on charges of apostasy Monday (June 23) is not yet free after authorities detained her at a Khartoum airport.
Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim has been released from authorities for a second time.
Christians must graciously but unflinchingly use the legal tools at our disposal to oppose these measures. Not to do so is to acquiesce to Christophobia, which no Christian nor any American should ever do.
We owe an inestimable debt to the soldiers who fought and died to defend our freedom this day. Please take time today to pray for D-Day veterans and their families.
There was a recent decision in a German court that ought to give every-freedom loving American the willies---especially because the same mentality can be found here.
Karl Marx said that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce. And for once, I agree with him.
What should we as Christians think about the NSA domestic spying controversy?
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