Why is abandoning the rule of law so dangerous?

When the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia concluded in September 1787 and sent the Constitution to the various states for ratification, Benjamin Franklin was reportedly asked, “Dr. Franklin, what kind of government have you given us?” Franklin replied, “A Republic, if you can keep it!” That exchange has possessed enough historical cache that new Supreme Court […]

Two Reasons Christians Should Be Passionate About Politics

I confess, I have never been interested in political life. All of that changed for me this year. I will be the first to admit that I still have so much to learn about politics in general (and I still do not care for it), but 2020 has been the perfect storm of insane political […]

Five Reasons Abortion is Murder: The Killing of an Innocent Human Being

For whatever reason, I missed taking an ethics class in college. My speech class came with a list of topics we could not give a speech on. Abortion was at the top of the list which was not alphabetical. Every other class that might have touched on the topic, avoided the issue as well. Regardless […]

How should pro-life Christians answer objections to Amy Coney Barrett?

The remainder of the month of October’s frequent and often heated debates about Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s proposed elevation to the highest court in the land will compete with the looming presidential election race for airtime on the nation’s myriad broadcast and internet news outlets. The American public will be subjected to a barrage of […]

UPDATED: Upcoming Course: Christian Theology, Racism, and Social Justice

Update:  We are excited to announce that Dr. Alveda King, Kay James (President of the Heritage Foundation), and Ralph Reed (Founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition) will be joining us as special guests for this important class. Their unique and informed perspectives will provide tremendous insights into our current cultural tensions. If possible, we […]

Upcoming Course: Christian Theology, Racism, and Social Justice

Writing on scraps of paper, without notes or references, from a Birmingham jail cell, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. famously penned these words, “I would agree with St. Augustine that ‘an unjust law is no law at all.’ … To put it in the terms of St. Thomas Aquinas, an unjust law is a human […]