Christianity

Biblical Christianity is the only answer to life’s ultimate questions – – from understanding the holiness of God to acknowledging the sinfulness of man, to receiving the forgiveness of God through the atoning death of His Son, Jesus Christ. Entries on this page are related to Christianity, religious freedom and America’s Christian heritage:


The Christian History of Thanksgiving in America

The first recorded Christian Thanksgiving in America occurred in Texas on May 23, 1541 when Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado led 1,500 men in a thanksgiving celebration at the Palo Duro Canyon. Coronado’s expedition traveled Continue Reading →

United States Supreme Court Defies God on Marriage

The United States Supreme Court has, in an immensely tragic decision, struck down as unconstitutional parts of the Defense of Marriage Act, namely the section that provides Continue Reading →

Earth Day: Worship the Creator – Not His Creation

There is increasing pressure on Christians to embrace worldly causes like environmentalism. Some susceptible believers have even renamed the cause “creation care” in order to make the Continue Reading →

Washington Florist Sued by State for Refusing to Work a Gay Wedding

A florist who reportedly refused to provide flowers for a gay wedding because of her religious beliefs is being sued by the Washington State Attorney General. The Continue Reading →

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Homosexual Students Call for Ouster of College Chaplain

Homosexual students are trying to remove the chaplain at the George Washington University Newman Center. Two gay students told the student newspaper that they want Father Greg Continue Reading →

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“Stomp on Jesus” Professor says He Was Just Doing His Job

Deandre Poole, the Florida Atlantic University professor who told his students to “stomp on Jesus,” says he was just doing his job. He also says he’s a Continue Reading →

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Columnist Predicts “War on Religion”

Syndicated columnist and political commentator Charles Krauthammer says the gay marriage case before the Supreme Court could be the first step to an “assault on religion.” Krauthammer Continue Reading →

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Student Suspended for Refusing to “Stomp on Jesus”

A Florida Atlantic University student who filed a complaint against his professor after he was ordered to stomp on the name of Jesus has been brought up Continue Reading →

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Two States Forwarding Religious Liberty Legislation

Bills that would extend religious freedom protection in Kansas and Kentucky are moving through the states’ legislatures. The House of Representatives in both states passed the bills Continue Reading →

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NC Parents Told They Need a “Home School License” to Homeschool

In North Carolina, a family that decided to withdraw their son from a public school in order to teach him at home received a quick call from Continue Reading →

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Bill Introduced on Capitol Hill to Protect Business Owners’ Conscience Rights

Several Members of Congress have introduced the Health Care Conscience Rights Act. HCCRA, as its known, would protect Americans’ First Amendment rights and would stop the Obama Continue Reading →

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Honor Student Says School Violating Her Freedom of Speech

A middle school student in New York who was told she could not include religious references in her graduation speech is appealing an adverse judicial decision. The Continue Reading →

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Christianity Now the Most Persecuted Faith in the World

Commentator Evelyn Gordon writes in Commentary Magazine that in recent months, a new consensus has emerged: For the first time in millennia Judaism has lost its title as the Continue Reading →

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Tebow Cancellation “Disheartening”

Jets Quarterback Tim Tebow has canceled his scheduled appearance at First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas. Some media are depicting the church’s pastor, Robert Jeffress, as “anti-gay” Continue Reading →

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Rick Warren Laments Loss of Religious Liberty in the US

Floyd Brown / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-SA Rick Warren says the state of religious liberty in the US is terrible. Warren, the Evangelical author of The Purpose-Driven Continue Reading →

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