News headlines in the aftermath of the Texas church shooting
November 9th, 2017

26 churchgoers in Sutherland Springs, Texas were slaughtered when a gunman entered the building and opened fire. In the immediate aftermath of the shooting online conversations were dominated not by the topic of gun control, but prayer. Continue reading

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore
September 29th, 2017

In America, religion and government are supposed to be independent of one another. But don’t tell that to Judge Roy Moore, the frontrunner in Alabama’s upcoming Senate race. Moore, an outspoken Christian, has a long track record of acting upon … Continue reading

Al Sharpton leads fellow ministers in a march for justice.
August 29th, 2017

Under the direction of Rev. Al Sharpton, more than 1,000 religious leaders rallied in Washington D.C. on Monday. Organizers called it the “One Thousand Ministers March for Justice”, and it was followed by a rally near the Martin Luther King … Continue reading

Linda Sarsour
July 13th, 2017

Linda Sarsour, one of the leading Muslim activists in the U.S., gave a passionate speech at the annual convention for the Islamic Society of North America earlier this month. Included in her speech were some highly controversial remarks that have … Continue reading

Congressman Clay Higgins addresses a crowd while holding a Bible
June 9th, 2017

In an impassioned Facebook post following the latest terror attack in London, a Louisiana congressman called for a Christian holy war against “Islamic horror.” Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA.) sees violence as the only viable solution for combating terrorism. Regarding how … Continue reading

God causing climate change.
June 8th, 2017

The Trump administration recently announced plans to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement, a loose pact between 195 countries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. The United States now joins Nicaragua and Syria as the only nations abstaining from … Continue reading

gay adoption
May 15th, 2017

Alabama has recently passed legislation that would allow for private adoption agencies to refuse to house orphaned children in the homes of gay couples. Continue reading

"In God We Trust" on the U.S. dollar
February 21st, 2017

The debate is about as old as this country itself, and you need not travel far to find supporters for both sides of the argument. Many people insist that although Christianity remains the dominant religion in the United States, we are not, by definition, a “Christian country”. Others emphatically disagree. What do you think?
Continue reading

Church collection plate being used for political contributions.
February 2nd, 2017

President Trump told a gathering of religious leaders that his administration will “totally destroy” the Johnson Amendment – an IRS rule which prevents churches from endorsing specific candidates running for office. Some people think the rule change will have unintended consequences. Should churches be allowed to get involved with politics? Continue reading

Women march in protest in Washington D.C.
January 27th, 2017

On January 21st, the day after the 45th president of the United States was sworn into office, an estimated 1 million people participated in the Women’s March in Washington D.C. Today, thousands marched to the Supreme Court in support of pro-life causes. We examine the power of protest movements in America. Continue reading