Remember when homosexual activists lied with straight faces saying what they do in the privacy of their own bedrooms affects no one and, therefore, is no one’s business? And here we are today with the government recognizing non-marital unions as marriages, shameful parades polluting our streets, drag queens reading stories to toddlers in public libraries, a 4,000 percent increase in adolescent girls suddenly deciding they’re boys, and schools requiring faculty to use incorrect pronouns when referring to students who seek to pass as the sex they aren’t.
An NBC News article titled, “Biden administration on track to be most LGBTQ-inclusive …
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Barack Obama, Barron Trump, Carlos Elizondo, Chai Feldblum, Chris Johnson, Dave Noble, Donald J. Trump, Equality Act, Human Rights Campaign, Jeremy Bernard, Joe Biden, Karine Jean-Pierre, LGBTQ, Neil Gorsuch, Pamela S. Karlan, Pete Buttigieg, Pili Tobar, religious free exercise, Rufus Gifford, Shawn Skelly, The Washington Blade
In his recent Christianity Today (CT) blog post, New Testament scholar Scot McKnight defends recently retired CT president Mark Galli’s hubristic diktat about the necessity—in Galli’s view—of Trump’s removal from office:
Whether Mr. Trump should be removed from office by the Senate or by popular vote next election—that is a matter of prudential judgment. That he should be removed, we believe, is not a matter of partisan loyalties but loyalty to the Creator of the Ten Commandments.
Trump’s removal from office would inarguably result in the election of a man or woman who endorses, among other things, human …
Posted in Faith, Media Watch
Tagged Anthony Esolen, Christianity Today, Donald J. Trump, Karl Barth, Mark Galli, Martin Luther King Jr., Pete Buttigieg, Randall Balmer, Scot McKnight, Thomas Jefferson, Timothy Dalrymple
Billionaire George Soros was named “Philanthropist of the Year” by Inside Philanthropy magazine for his “…fight for academic freedom in Central Europe, and his resistance to the rising tide of authoritarianism worldwide.” The former is a reference to gender studies programs and the latter concerns his ongoing campaign to undermine existing governments, causing chaos that makes more money for hedge fund currency manipulators and short-sellers like himself.
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Tagged Aaron Hernandez, Adam Schuster, David E. Smith, Donald J. Trump, Dr. Kenneth Finn, Fentanyl, George Soros, Inside Philanthropy, Jerome M. Adams, John Klingner, Juliana Stratton, Marc Levine, Pete Buttigieg, Philanthropist of the Year, Roger Morgan, Ted Dabrowski, Theodoric Meyer, Trevor Hughes, USA Today, WirePoints
I’d like to offer a few words about the separation of church and state—a concept long abused by “progressives.” The religion clauses of the First Amendment were intended to protect religion from the intrusive power of the state, not the reverse. The Establishment Clause states that “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion.” That does not mean religious convictions are prohibited from informing political values and decisions...
Posted in Faith, Religious Liberty
Tagged Barack Obama, christian, Establishment Clause, First Amendment, Jason Collins, Martin Luther King Jr., Michael Perry, Pete Buttigieg, Richard John Neuhaus, Rob Portman, Robert L. Toms
It’s always nice to be able to point to the polls when they support your position. But polling, when done accurately, does nothing more than tell you what other people think. And just because you have the majority on your side doesn’t mean you are right. In fact, when it comes to morality, the majority is often at odds with the Bible, which sets the standard of morality for practicing Christians.
But this should come as no surprise.
After all, Jesus famously said, “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Chasten Buttigieg, Gallup, Marriage, New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Pete Buttigieg, polygamy, Ross Douthat, same-sex unions, television
Whatever it once was, the current LGBT political lobby has nothing to do with equal rights, has nothing to do with basic legal protections, and has nothing to do with the advancement and normalization of so-called "sexual minorities." Instead, it has devolved into a fanatical fascist sect intent on wielding the gun of government to compel the cultural adulation and glorification of every aspect of their lives.
You’ll definitely want to save the date for the next IFI Fall Banquet: Friday, November 1st. This year our keynote speaker will be none other than Rev. Franklin Graham, President & CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Christian evangelist & missionary. He is also Editor-in-Chief of Decision Magazine, the “Evangelical Voice for Today,” which features solid scriptural teaching as well as cutting-edge stories about issues and events in today’s culture, from a biblical worldview.
Franklin Graham is recognized as one of our nation’s most outspoken Christian leaders who has consistently defended Judeo-Christian values, America’s religious …