How Christians have succumbed to the sports culture—and what might be done about it.

In Warren St. John’s Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer—a fascinating account of the lunacy that is University of Alabama football—the reporter recounts a conversation with a Mr. and Mrs. Reese in their $300,000 motor home, purchased exclusively to travel to Crimson Tide games. The couple, it turns out, had missed their daughter’s wedding because it fell... Continue Reading

Mother of Four Dies after Abortionist Severs Artery During NYC Abortion

Alexandra Nunez, a 37-year old single mother of four, died after a botched abortion Monday at the A-1 Women’s Center in New York City. Police, who are continuing to investigate the death, said that the abortionist severed an artery during Nunez’s abortion, leading to massive bleeding and eventually cardiac arrest. Nunez was rushed to a... Continue Reading

The Post-Reformation Digital Library produced by Meeter Center for Calvin Studies

The PRDL is a collection of resources relating to the development of theology during the Post-Reformation/early modern era (ca. 16th-18th c.), hosted by the H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies of Calvin College and Calvin Theological Seminary. The PRDL is a select bibliography focusing on primary source documents on early modern theology and philosophy,... Continue Reading

Home-schoolers from Germany Win Asylum in U.S.

A U.S. immigration judge’s decision to grant political asylum to a German family with “a well-founded fear of persecution” for home-schooling their children should send a powerful message to the German government to change its stance on home schooling, the family’s attorney said Wednesday. “Home-schoolers are not a threat to German society,” said Michael Donnelly,... Continue Reading

Super Bowl Ad Exposes NOW’s Anti-Christian Bigotry

“It is amazing to watch the venom and hatred that is being directed at Tim and Pam Tebow and Focus on the Family by the National Organization of Women (NOW) for a Super Bowl ad that they have not seen,” said Dr. Gary Cass of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission. “This backlash exposes the irrational hatred... Continue Reading

US urges judge to bar Geithner role in AIG lawsuit

The federal government is opposing a Michigan man’s request to take the deposition of Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in a lawsuit that challenges the bailout of American International Group Inc. A lawsuit was filed in 2008 on religious grounds, claiming the government should not have bailed out AIG because the insurance giant sold financial products... Continue Reading

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Free Speech Case Over Reading Bible During Show-and-Tell

The United States Supreme Court has announced its refusal to hear the case of a Pennsylvania mother who was forbidden from reading a passage from Psalms as part of an “All About Me” kindergarten classroom program intended to spotlight her son and his favorite book, the Bible. In challenging a ruling by the Third Circuit... Continue Reading

Washington State Legislature to Hear Testimony on Gag Order for Pregnancy Centers

NARAL, Pro-Choice Washington and Planned Parenthood are pushing for new legislation that would place a “gag order” on faith-based charities providing free support to pregnant women…More than 45 pregnancy resource centers and medical clinics say this legislation would regulate their organizations out of existence, eliminating approximately $15 million worth of free services (annually) to women... Continue Reading

‘Atheist Ireland’ protests blasphemy law by publishing book of religious quotations by famous people

A group of Irish atheists are using the words of Bjork and Mark Twain to protest a blasphemy law that went into effect on New Year’s Day. Atheist Ireland is an association of atheists based in the Republic of Ireland. The group was initially founded by members of Atheist.ie, an online community which had been... Continue Reading

Documentary Exposes True Face and True Numbers of March for Life

Organizers say some 300,000 people, mostly young, walked under overcast skies Friday at the annual March for Life. American Life League’s Katie Walker says the media typically counts the March for Life crowd as “thousands” when in reality, hundreds of thousands from across the country are amassed. (Editor’s note: Washington Post recorded “tens of thousands... Continue Reading