As the homosexual/LGBT movement advances and begins its attack and mockery of all things Christian, the Rev. Franklin Graham understands what is needed. Spiritual awakening. The storm is upon us, and it is a bitterly cold storm.
from ParkerHiggins.net Ursula K. Le Guin was honored at the National Book Awards last night and gave a fantastic speech about the dangers to literature and how they can be stopped. As far as I know it’s not available online yet (update: the video is now online), so it has been transcribed from the livestream below. The […]
Republished from 3 years ago. Obama Administration Justice Department argues in Federal Court that they have the power to force anyone to violate their faith to comply with their laws. Even Judges’ wives. There were many Conservatives who warned that ObamaCare had little to do with actual provision of health care and insurance, and more […]
By Fr. Gregory Jensen Recently, two Christian social critics—one Roman Catholic, the other Eastern Orthodox—tackled some of the problems that emerge from individualism in American culture. Thomas Storck (“The Catholic Failure to Change America”) does so in light of the tradition of Catholic Church; his Beatitude Metropolitan Jonah (“Secularism and Depersonalization”) looks at the same intellectual […]
Every Lent my family watches Cecil B. DeMille’s cinematic masterpiece The Ten Commandments. I’m sure we are not the only ones! It is a film which has brought into high relief the Biblical themes portrayed in Exodus. I’m particularly fond of it because it is clear DeMille uses the Septuagint Old Testament (as used by […]
“Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils.” – General John Stark of New Hampshire It has been said that of all the Revolutionary War generals, Stark was the only true Cincinnatus because he truly retired from public life at the end of the war. In 1809, a group of veterans from […]
by St. John Chrysostom They sit there all day long, preparing a medicine of salvation for you.
by John C. Goodman Here is something that is odd. For the past six years President Obama and the Democrats in Congress have waged a relentless attack on the health insurance industry. In the most recent iteration, the president assures us he is not responsible for the wave of health insurance policy cancellations. The insurance […]
The Moral Foundations of Democracy by Margaret Thatcher Democracy is never mentioned in the Bible. When people are gathered together, whether as families, communities or nations, their purpose is not to ascertain the will of the majority, but the will of the Holy Spirit. Nevertheless, I am an enthusiast of democracy because it is about […]
Freedom with Responsibility by Margaret Thatcher Great Britain, which shares much of her history in common with America, has also derived strength from its moral foundations, especially since the 18th century when freedom gradually began to spread throughout her society Many people were greatly influenced by the sermons of John Wesley (1703-1791), who took the […]