Christianity and American Political Thought
S. Adam Seagrave, Public Discourse
A new book examines the philosophical and religious roots of American government. Amid scholarly disagreement, one thing is clear: America is a nation founded upon the truth of human freedom and equality—whether one arrives at this truth by way of Calvin or Locke.
Black Pastor: Liberalism Is ‘Cancerous And Devastating To The Black Family’
Ginni Thomas, Daily Caller
Jackson calls it “preposterous” that people living in mansions, driving the best cars and eating the best meals would say race relations are worse now than it was for their grandfather. Calling this a “tragic, false message,” he believes it comes as “a result of a kind of spiritual blindness.”
The death of the American family dinner has been greatly exaggerated
Roberto A. Ferdman, Washington Post
Maybe you’ve heard somewhere that no one eats dinner together anymore. There’s even some pushing the idea that instead of scrambling to eat dinner together, families should aim for breakfast. And maybe you believed that family dinners were dead, based on your household’s experience.
Across America, Churches Continue To Struggle For Their Religious Freedom
Alan Sears, Alliance Defending Freedom
People are probably inclined to think more warmly of churches amid the cold winds of Christmas than at any other time of the year, but, sad to say, even the spirit of the season isn’t enough to dissuade some from all out legal assaults on houses of worship.