Florida State University student Jack Denton has been reinstated as student Senate president after being ousted for sharing his beliefs on transgenderism and abortion.
A Colorado ballot initiative aimed at banning late-term abortions in most circumstances has an uncertain future, with a recent poll labeling its fate “too close to call.”
Joe Biden told voters that God is calling the nation to heal from the ravages of the pandemic, racial unrest and political division and he wants to make America one nation under God again.
Influential evangelical leader Al Mohler explained why voting for Donald Trump is “consistent” with his Christian convictions, warning that a Biden-Harris administration would be “the most pro-abortion political force in American history.”
Pondering these inconsistencies, I began to take less pride in being an essential worker in America.
What a ridiculous comment from someone seen as a faith leader. And what a ridiculous justification to vote for a party that stands for the expansion of elective abortion through 40 weeks for any and every reason. Pathetic.
We will be woke or we will be awakened. But either way, there will be a revolution. The center can no longer hold.
I hope the Democratic Party returns to its pro-life roots and embraces the vision, laid out so eloquently by the late Governor Bob Casey, of a nation that cares for mothers and children.
The President of the United States was chosen by only 25 percent of eligible voters and less than 20 percent of the population. That doesn’t represent a majority of Americans, that represents a majority of Americans who voted.
John Piper’s more recent article highlights this pietistic view and the Left wastes no time in employing these arguments in hopes that the evangelical voting block will become divided both now and in years to come.
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