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Trump? Hillary? Third Party? How Should a Christian Vote?

Yesterday I published this article in The American Spectator.  Studies suggest that people only read headlines or a paragraph or two, but not whole articles, and, well, I believe those studies are on to something.  My book earlier this year is a startling example of this phenomenon.  But my column in The American Spectator confirmed that fact. … 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

Amy Schumer

Be it from the Left or the Right, Hate is Still Hate

Prior to this election cycle I had never heard of stand-up comedienne Amy Schumer.  No doubt she is very funny, and I simply don’t watch the shows or movies in which she appears.  But these days she is a minor public celebrity.  From what I can gather, Schumer’s act is Rosie O’Donnell-esque and she enjoys, … Read more


Trump vs. Clinton: These are your candidates, America. Pick your poison

This article was originally published by Fox News. “I’m automatically attracted to beautiful women—I just start kissing them, it’s like a magnet.  Just kiss.  I don’t even wait.  And when you’re a star, they let you do it.  You can do anything.  [I] grab ‘em by the p***y.” As everyone knows by now, presidential candidate … Read more

One parent and child

Divorce and the Irreligious Child

A new study has found that there is a link between divorce and the religious choices children make.  According to the Public Religion Research Institute, children of divorced parents were “significantly more likely” to become irreligious adults. This research reflects the findings of our own study.  We spent roughly a year interviewing college age atheists. … Read more