To punish or not to punish?

Pro-life Christians should fight for justice and life and not for vengeance Donald Trump’s worst period in his campaign for the Republican nomination came Tuesday, April 5. Trump lost by a significant margin in the Wisconsin primary to Ted Cruz, making it even more difficult for him to reach the 1,237 delegate majority he needs to become the nominee. One […]

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Who is our authority?

Mark Dever tackles the question of whether Christians should support the government Convocation Wednesday, Feb. 17 hosted Mark Dever, the pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. Dever’s talk was an exposition of Mark 12:13-18, and he focused specifically on the famous response Jesus gives to the Pharisees after they question him about paying taxes. “Render to Caesar […]

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Is Halloween for Christians?

Holiday gives opportunity for Christians to live in the world for God’s glory Oct. 31 is a day celebrated with guts, gore and candy. But along with all the spooky celebrations comes the mob of Christians with their torches and pitchforks protesting every ghoul, goblin and ghost out on the street. “Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern […]

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The persecuted church

Johnnie Moore speaks to TRBC about oppressed Middle Eastern Christians “Christianity is bleeding in the Middle East, and I believe we should care more about it.” Liberty’s former Vice President for Executive Projects and Media Relations and Campus Pastor Johnnie Moore spoke these words as he returned to preach on behalf of the persecuted church at Thomas Road Baptist Church […]

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U.S. in diplomatic depression

Iran nuclear deal proves to ignite frustrations between Netanyahu, Obama Last week, Benjamin Netanyahu was re-elected as prime minister of Israel despite the best efforts of President Barack Obama’s administration. Netanyahu promised before his election there would not be a Palestinian state under his watch, much to the chagrin of the U.S. administration. The president and his foreign policy team, […]

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Christians in politics and culture

PRO: Christians should lead in affairs of the state Russell Moore, leader of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and its Ethics and Liberty Commission, made headlines Oct. 21 by suggesting that Christians should step back from the political front lines and avoid becoming “mascots for any political faction.” Christians, as well as other politicians, have recently come under fire for […]

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