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Man Cannot Live by Voting Alone (The American Spectator)

On election day The American Spectator published this column.  It is a follow-up to a piece I published with them last week.  In both I essentially argue this: The American church is a sleeping giant, and its strategy for cultural transformation must include more than voting. This is not an anti-voting message.  I am in favor … Read more

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The American People Have Spoken. What Did They Say?

It’s almost 2 a.m. on election night and Donald Trump has won the Presidency of the United States.  The message from the American people seems clear: They do not like being bullied by media, Hollywood, and Washington elites. Moreover, this historic victory was a resounding rejection of an administration that has governed arrogantly; that has sought … Read more

Donald Trump and the Great Evangelical Compromise (The American Spectator)

This, my latest column, is out this morning in The American Spectator. Although it is not a full exposition of my thoughts on the whole “evangelicals for Trump” phenomenon, it is getting closer. Voting for Trump is one thing. Seeing him as the source of our hope, as many evangelicals do, is something else altogether. Is … Read more

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EU’s Anti-Racism Body Wants A Media Gag Order – Does Clinton, Too? (The Daily Caller & The Christian Post)

Today I have two articles of possible interest to my readers.  The first is on the subject of presidential debates and the various “fact-checking” claims made by news agencies (who are, I am sure, completely neutral on the outcome of this election).  But what are the facts about America?  I consider that question.  This column … Read more