Can Christianity and Satire Mix?

Christian apologist Sean McDowell interviews the Editor-in-Chief of the Babylon Bee, Kyle Mann, about his Christian faith, how his career at the Babylon Bee started, and his use of satire. This 52-minute video was livestreamed earlier today.

The Prophet Isaiah: 66 Chapters for 66 Books of the Bible

It's no coincidence that the prophet Isaiah is the most quoted prophet in the Bible. Jesus and his disciples quoted Isaiah even more than Moses or any other prophet. Why is Isaiah so prominent, so important? If you study the book of Isaiah close enough, you will find that every book of the Bible links... Continue Reading →

Decades of Prayers Answered. US Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade!

The U.S. Supreme Court has given us pro-lifers a cause for celebration for overturning the disastrous Roe v. Wade decision made by the Court in 1973. No more are they endorsing legalized murder of unborn children. Thank God for the sanity, the morality, and the scientific truths that lie behind the momentous decision! Below are... Continue Reading →

ACLJ’s Sekulows: US Supreme Court Backing Funds for Religious Schools Elevates First Amendment

Jay and Jordan Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) give a five-minute synopsis of the major US Supreme Court decision released today. The lawsuit originated with parents in Maine who sought to fund their children's educations to private religious schools using the state's school voucher funds. Maine blocked them from using... Continue Reading →

Those Who Reject God Cannot Snuff Out the Greatness or Praise of His Name

When the prophet Malachi was sent by the Lord to prophesy to a rebellious Israel, he was in the minority as a follower of God. While most of the people were going through empty, outward religious rituals that they truly despised, Israel was in reality a secular society. Israel had sunk so low that there... Continue Reading →

Religious Persecution Persists Worldwide, Says State Department Report

The U.S. Department of State released its 2021 Report on International Religious Freedom on June 2. Among the most egregious violators were Afghanistan, Burma, China, Eritrea, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia. India, Nigeria, and Vietnam were among nations who threaten religious rights, though they are considered less severe in their violations. In the video below, Secretary... Continue Reading →

Graduate Files Lawsuit Against University In Illinois After Being Targeted For Christian Beliefs

During her final semester which ended in May, graduate student Maggie DeJong became the target of liberal officials and classmates at her school for not complying with their leftist worldview. Now that she has graduated and is seeking employment, she has filed a lawsuit against the school for the hardship they put her through. DeJong,... Continue Reading →

The Search for Someone or Anyone Who Stands By God’s Truth

Over 200 years before Greek philosopher Diogenes the Cynic strolled through the streets of Athens with his lantern to search for an honest man, Jehovah sent his prophet Jeremiah through the streets of Jerusalem seeking any man who "executeth judgment, that seeketh truth" so he could pardon the city's many sins (Jeremiah 5:1). The Lord... Continue Reading →

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