Last week, in this column, I wrote of George Barna's recent research that indicates just slightly more than a third of American pastors (and even fewer parishioners) have a biblical worldview.
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American culture is unraveling. Few would argue otherwise. Whether you stand on the right or left of the political divide, we all seem to agree on one thing: Something is desperately wrong.
Do we believe in the objective reality of the human being, or do we believe that those in power have the right to subjectively impose their definition of human life on the powerless?
Last week, in this column, I wrote that it is an irrefutable fact that our nation's educational establishment is aggressively and intentionally working to groom your children.
On April 9, Oklahoma State University hosted a "drag queen story hour" for children as young as 2-years-old on its campus.
In a recent survey conducted by George Barna, more than two-thirds of American adults presently define themselves as "Christians."