Romanians don’t want same-sex marriage. What about their politicians?

PETER COSTEA, ESQ., COSTEA LAW FIRM It’s been a while since my last post on efforts to hold a national referendum in Romania to decide the fate of same sex marriage. In 2015 the Irish voted for it, and the results of a national plebiscite, held from September to November in Australia, shows that over […]

Texas Lt. Gov. Asks AG for Expedited Answer on Gun Rights, Security for Churches

LANA SHADWICK, BREITBART NEWS NETWORK Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has asked the State’s attorney general to expeditiously issue a legal opinion about Texas law governing concealed handgun license holders carrying in churches. He has also asked for a legal conclusion about congregations’ freedom from regulatory fees for security teams. The Lt. Gov. vows to […]

Lt. Governor Patrick Asks Attorney General to Clarify Law Allowing Texans to Carry Handguns and Provide Security in Texas Churches

Hillsong Pastor, Carl Lentz, Compromises on Murdering Children

LIVING WATERS If you go on a secular television program as a guest, you should not be going there as a friend of the world. You should be going there as an ambassador of Christ. And if you are true and faithful, you are going to clash in almost every area with their worldview.  

The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Protestant Reformation

JOSEPH MATTERA, MATTERA MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL The following are my opinions related to the advantages and disadvantages of the Protestant Reformation. First, here are the disadvantages of the Protestant Reformation: 1. It weakened the influence of Christendom which led to individual Christianity With much of the strength and unity of the Catholic Church broken, the church […]

Remembering the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

STEPHEN MCDOWELL, PROVIDENCE FOUNDATION Five hundred years ago Martin Luther nailed his “95 Theses” on the church door in Wittenberg, marking a pivotal event in the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. The focal point of the Reformation was the Bible being made available to the common man. Luther and others sought to translate and distribute […]

The Reformation Turns 500: How Luther Shaped Our World

JOHN STONESTREET & SHANE MORRIS, BREAKPOINT DAILY If someone bangs on your door tonight, they probably want candy. Five hundred years ago, someone banged on a door for a very different reason. Now, we don’t know the exact date when Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses, although he did submit them to his archbishop on […]

The Reformation and Israel: Some Unfinished Business

DR. JURGEN BUHLER, ICEJ PRESIDENT This October 31st marks five hundred years exactly since the start of the Reformation, which dates back to that autumn morning in 1517 when Martin Luther is said to have nailed his ‘Ninety-Five Theses’ on the doors of the All Saints Church in Wittenberg, Germany. The Evangelical movement today could […]

Did God Divide the Church 500 Years Ago?

JOSEPH MATTERA, MATTERA MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL As a student of church history (I am not a church historian) and one who has tried to dig deep into my Christian roots so I am best able to position myself and the congregations I influence, I have a strong connection to both the ancient and future church — […]