The Aquila Report Wraps Up Annual Challenge Campaign

Give The Aquila Report to Everyone in Your Church for Less than $20? Sponsor 100 readers for $5; 200 readers for $10; 400 readers for $20; or 1000 readers for only $50

A foundation has generously given The Aquila Report a grant of $7,000. Wkke want to use this grant to challenge our readers to match with this gift with your gifts. As in past years, the foundation gave us permission to use this gift as a way to encourage our readers to support The Aquila Report. In 2016, our readers donated... Continue Reading

7 Interview Questions That Determine Emotional Intelligence

Selecting informative interview questions can be a key factor in finding the right employees

It takes a while for people to build relationships — and being able to do so is a sign of solid emotional intelligence, Alvarez says. “[A lasting friendship] tells you that relationships and caring about people are important to the person.”     Determining who you hire for a job plays a big part in... Continue Reading

The Body Politic is Queer

If our culture continues to "evolve," it will one day implode. May faithful believers be there when that happens.

Hopefully, places like City Church in San Francisco, who have recently embraced same sex marriage, will realize the full implications of that decision before queerness starts to define their entire belief system. In some ways, apostate Oneist churches are showing the way for the culture. If the body of Christ is queer, so will be... Continue Reading

The Aquila Report Passes 7 Million Pageview Milestone in May 2014

Over Five Million Pageviews since May of 2012 - Your generous donations help us continue growing

Reformed Churchmen Publications announced that The Aquila Report passed several milestones in May, with over 283,000 pageviews for May 2014 and over five million (5,000,000) pageviews since May of 2012. A recent Google Analytics report shows that over one million unique visitors have read The Aquila Report since it’s launch in May of 2008, with visitors reading... Continue Reading

Newtown Family Recovery Fund

Information on how to help the families of Newtown, CT

We will be partnering with a pastor friend in Danbury, CT to make sure these funds go directly to the families of Newtown. We are also putting together a letter in brochure form that will include the first initial and last name of every person who has donated to this fund, so that these families... Continue Reading

Why You Should Care About the Hobby Lobby Case—And Be Alarmed

By what logic is the failure to provide “preventive care” by a private company the imposition of religious belief?

Our government not only allows for abortion, and celebrates abortion rights, and wants women to have unfettered access to abortion on demand, it now requires other Americans to pay for abortion-inducing drugs or face crippling fines. It is not an endorsement of any political party to conclude that this policy is morally degenerate.   The... Continue Reading

Case Dismissed on Adult Stem Research

President Obama’s expansion of embryonic stem cell research to stand

The new National Institute of Health (NIH) guidelines under President Obama said a federal researcher could not be involved in the decision to destroy the embryo, but could use that embryo for research once destroyed. In other words, private funds would need to destroy the embryos but then federal funds could research those destroyed embryos.... Continue Reading

Christians Should Not Simply Dismiss Scientists Without Considering Their Claims

A Summary of Douglas Moo's "Biblical Theology and Creation Care" Session

At the recent national Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) conference in November 2012 in Milwaukee, WI, Douglas Moo spoke in the second plenary session on “Biblical Theology and Creation Care.” I appreciated Moo’s emphasis on all truth being God’s truth. I have possibly been too dismissive of Scientists in the past. I agree with Moo that... Continue Reading

Pregnancy Centers Gain Influence in Anti-Abortion Arena

Ground level, one-on-one, reaching the women where they are

Amanda Hall met Care Net’s definition of “abortion-vulnerable.” Twenty-five, pregnant with her second child, her husband in jail, she was facing eviction. Although uncomfortable about abortion, she checked “undecided,” saying, “I can’t support two kids.” Care Net let her stay in a house Ms. McGregor owns, found her a job, negotiated debt payment plans, offered... Continue Reading

Domino’s “Yes”; Hobby Lobby “No”

Founder of Domino's Pizza receives ObamaCare injunction for one of his other businesses

Things were so much simpler when the State was obliged to respect the religious conscience of all Americans, rather than seizing the power to weight some of us in the balance, and find us wanting.   Remember: tyranny is whimsical. That doesn’t merely describe a cackling lunatic despot handing out life and death according to... Continue Reading