The Christian’s Duty In A Revolutionary Age (part 1)

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, It was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, It was the spring of hope, it […]

Genocidal antisemitism in America?

I am certain that most of the Christian Post’s readers have been as shocked as I have been by the shameful and gruesome scenes of virulent, genocidal antisemitism breaking out on the campuses of major American universities. Until I saw it with my own eyes, I would not have believed such scenes could have erupted […]

Not again: A preacher denouncing politics

It seems there are a few recurring themes that surface in the public arena again and again as if they were part of some invisible merry-go-round. One such theme crossed into my vision field this past week. My first thought was, “Not again!” But there it was, a “fire-breathing,” preacher denouncing “getting involved in politics” […]

Senator Joseph Lieberman: American extraordinaire

I was saddened to hear the news of the somewhat sudden death of Joseph Lieberman, a four-term senator from Connecticut (1989-2013) and the Democrat nominee for vice president in 2000, making history as the first Jewish candidate to grace a national party ticket. During that very tightly contested 2000 presidential campaign, then-Senator Lieberman emphasized his […]

Ukraine: America’s honor and world peace are at stake!

Economists often like to use the phrase “the full faith and credit” of the United States.  That phrase encompasses the economic well-being of the American economy.  Is the economy stable? Can the government pay its debts?  Is its credit reliable? When it comes to the United States of America, “full faith and credit” includes military […]

The many forms of child abuse: Where are the adults?

My daily perusal of numerous articles and news stories has led me once again to ponder in bewilderment how and why America can become such a child-neglecting, child-abusing culture in such an astonishingly short time period. First, I read that perhaps three in 10 of our nation’s students in grades K-12 are “chronically absent” from […]

RePost: Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn and his ‘Gulag Archipelago’

This year, 2023, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the publication of The Gulag Archipelago, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s literary and historical masterpiece which described brilliantly the inhuman “archipelago” of horrific concentration camps established by Lenin in the wake of the creation of the Soviet Union in 1918 and expanded and refined under Stalin and his successors. Solzhenitsyn, […]

Roe is Finally Gone. What Must We Do Now?

I will always remember exactly where I was when the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was officially announced, overturning the Supreme Court’s infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Dobbs upheld a Mississippi law which severely limited abortion after 15 weeks gestation. Now individual state legislatures would be enabled to decide how the abortion issue […]

Reflections on a ‘Kairos’ moment

Ever since last Friday I have found myself literally overwhelmed with gratitude for the Supreme Court’s action of pitching the judiciously and morally egregious Roe vs. Wade decision onto the ash heap of history. I had prayed for years that God in his infinite mercy would let me live to see Roe overturned in my […]

What’s the best way to be pro-life?: A Southern Baptist debate

Life is full of surprises, some pleasant, some not. I was reminded of this recently as I witnessed a pro-life controversy and debate revolving around an attack on the pro-life movement’s “incrementalist” approach in fighting to protect our unborn citizens by Southern Baptist self-described “absolutists” who assert that one must demand a ban on virtually […]