Public School… In a Church?

Most public schools across the country are either attempting to hold school remotely or, in some hybrid way, brings kids back in the classroom in a limited way, keeping the…

God, Fertilized Eggs, and a Tough Question About Abortion

One listener writes in and asks: “If abortion is so evil then why does God abort millions of fertilized eggs every day? With you folks, almost everything is black and white.…

WAP and “Cuties”

Though Americans remain a morally serious people, at least in our quickness to condemn each other as “Hitlers” for various misdeeds, we are clearly not concerned with moral consistency. We…

COVID Is Causing Increase in Suicidal Thoughts and Decrease in Mental Health

According to recent report from the Centers for Disease Control, “40 percent of American adults have reported struggling with mental health or substance abuse” during the COVID-19 pandemic. One-third reported feelings…

Break the Silence, Stop the Slaughter in Nigeria

According to the United States Institute of Peace, Nigeria, “as Africa’s most populous country, largest economy, and biggest democracy,” is a “bellwether for the continent.”  In fact, by 2050, Nigeria…

Nigerian Christians Need Our Help

It’s the genocide no one is talking about. Across Northern Nigeria Boko Haram terrorist and Islamist Fulani herdsman are killing, raping, and kidnapping thousands of Nigerian Christians, while the Nigerian…

BP This Week: Are We Putting too Much Stock in Politics?

With the conclusion of the Democratic national convention, John Stonestreet and Shane Morris discuss just how much Americans look to politics and political solutions to solve our societal problems–and the…

Germany to Honor Sophie Scholl

In February of 1943, German university student Sophie Scholl was convicted of high treason against the Nazi regime and executed by guillotine. Last week, Germany announced it will honor this…

No Christianity, No “Human Rights”

In July, the U.S. State Department’s “Commission on Unalienable Rights” released a draft report that attempted to provide a grounding for our country’s commitment to human rights. Fundamental among those…

Podcast: Should We Put Adjectives in Front of “Justice”? Or Is Justice Simply Justice?

If we put adjectives such as “economic” or “racial” in front of the word “Justice,” are we in essence buying into critical theory? Isn’t justice simply justice? That’s the first…