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The 'Declaration on a New American Future' Challenges Abortion as a 'Population Solution'

The 'Declaration on a New American Future' Challenges Abortion as a 'Population Solution'

In 1969, President Richard Nixon formally requested the formation of a commission to study the effects of population growth on the United States. On March 27, 1972, the group, called the Rockefeller Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, issued its report. Named for its chairman, John D. Rockefeller, and made up of an august group of Republican and Democrat lawmakers, policy wonks, scientists, sociologists, economists, and foundation heads, the commission’s recommendations left “scarcely any topic touching on family relations and the human right to life… unaffected.”

3,000-Year-Old Tablet with God's Name Affirms Biblical Timeline, Archaeologist Says

3,000-Year-Old Tablet with God's Name Affirms Biblical Timeline, Archaeologist Says

A new discovery from Israel involving an ancient tablet could be one of the most significant archaeological finds in modern history, not only affirming the biblical text but supporting a traditional, conservative understanding of the Old Testament timeline.

Did Christ Really Rise from the Dead? 4 Confirmations That We Serve a Risen Lord

Did Christ Really Rise from the Dead? 4 Confirmations That We Serve a Risen Lord

Easter is quickly approaching and many of us are turning our thoughts toward the Resurrection of Christ.

Easter is a time to rejoice in such a central tenet of the Christian faith. Easter is also a good time to ponder the truth of Christianity more deeply, and specifically look at the evidence for Christ's Resurrection.

It is so important as a Christian to be assured of the truth of the Resurrection because as the Apostle Paul states, “If there is no resurrection of the dead, then not even Christ has been raised. And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith” (I Corinthians 15:13-14).

To that end, here are four pieces of evidence to show that Christ truly did rise from the dead and we have much to rejoice about this Easter.

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New Docuseries to Make Case for the Existence of Biblical Giants, or Nephilim

New Docuseries to Make Case for the Existence of Biblical Giants, or Nephilim

An upcoming docuseries will offer viewers a rare look at the biblical giants, known as the Nephilim, and make a case for their existence.

How We Can Recover Our Understanding of American History

How We Can Recover Our Understanding of American History

We need to recover an accurate and true understanding of American History. This will not be accomplished by reading hot takes on Twitter or viewing brief YouTube videos. Instead, there are some concrete actions steps every American can take to increase their knowledge of American History.

Martin Luther King Jr's Last Full Year of Life: Protest, Praise, Ire, Incarceration

Martin Luther King Jr's Last Full Year of Life: Protest, Praise, Ire, Incarceration

While Martin Luther King Jr. Day is mostly commemorated with quotes and clips of King’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech and footage of bus boycotts and the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, some of the most important moments of King’s work came later, as he turned his attention from civil rights to poverty and the Vietnam War. Here’s a sampling:

January 6: What 5 Christian Leaders Said on the One-Year Anniversary

January 6: What 5 Christian Leaders Said on the One-Year Anniversary

The one-year anniversary of the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. capitol launched a debate this week on its cause, significance and historical ramifications. Christian leaders across the spectrum also discussed the attack. Below is a sampling of what five Christian leaders said about January 6:

The Woke Plans to Rebuild Notre Dame

The Woke Plans to Rebuild Notre Dame

The newly released plans for the rebuilding of Notre Dame are sparking disappointment among many who see the design as a fad political statement.

Church of the Nativity to Undergo Extensive Renovations for First Time in Centuries

Church of the Nativity to Undergo Extensive Renovations for First Time in Centuries

The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is set to undergo major renovations for the first time in hundreds of years.