A confidant to the former Israeli president eulogizes Peres, who passed away Tuesday at 93.
In a society bent towards the microwave mentality of "gotta have it now", it would be convenient if God armed our brain with a porn "delete" button that would instantly delete the images from our mind. In a sense, He has...
In every role he undertook—from forging Israel's defense strategy in the 1950s to running his eponymous peace foundation—Peres was known for his energy and enthusiasm, even recording jokey YouTube videos into his 90s.
"Donald Trump is the only candidate in this race who can bring bold change to Washington, D.C."
Will you join the pastor in these three specific things?
Hint: It has to with Christ's Second Coming.
But a super PAC says you wouldn't know it from the state GOP's efforts.
Envy is no longer one of the seven deadly sins, but a marketing tool the entire advertising industry is built upon.
It's hard to deny this one manifesting right before our eyes.
When Americans vote in November, they will help select a new Supreme Court justice and countless other lower court judges.
"I take it as a great responsibility, being a Jew and one who believes in Messiah Yeshua, to never forget all those that died in these chambers."
"I've had enough. I've heard the lies too many times. It's time for them to end."
They all have one surname in common.
Nothing in the debates touched on this subject close to the heart of the Father.
The Mormon radio host railed against Ted Cruz for endorsing Donald Trump, then says something utterly bizarre.
Just like Jesus in Matthew 23.
Elhuzayel also appeared in a video swearing allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and pledging to enlist as a fighter in the militant group.
Deserved or not, the "piling on" of moderator Lester Holt has begun.
The nation got to see the best and the brightest that the Republicans and Democrats had to offer last night at Hofstra University. Here are six takeaways from the debate:
He also made Donald Trump an offer the GOP nominee shouldn't refuse.
Does this surprise you?
It followed her own version of a "Howard Dean yell."
Photo suggests Donald Trump was going up against more than just Clinton and the moderator Monday night.
The 30-second web-gem offers a few reasons why she's not "50 points ahead."
It sounds innocuous until you actually think about the context of the comment.
I think He would respond in at least two ways.
The former volunteer liaison between Trump and the Christian community is prophetically tearing down walls with a Jericho shout.
Roof faces 33 counts of hate crimes, obstruction of religion and firearms charges in the shooting deaths of the parishioners during a Bible study.
If you say you're a believer, how about you put Galatians 5 into action?
Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump locked horns over the economy, assailed each other's foreign policy, and interrupted each other repeatedly in heated exchanges.
"Conservative voters who doubt Donald Trump can trust Hillary Clinton to do everything she promises."
When he does hide something, it should raise some serious questions.
With the media and Hollywood constantly bashing Christians, it's refreshing to see a celebrity speak out about his faith.
"In the book of Joel, the situation was so desperate that God said, 'I want everyone to participate.'"
Deception comes in many forms but centers on false hope or legalism.
"This crisis can't be stopped by natural means. It's simply not humanly possible."
The House has pledged to take up the vote if the Senate passes it before Congress goes on recess.
A thriving new company based in the Galilee Region is heading up the efforts to battle boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel.
The boulder is so large it may have been in its present-day location since the time of King Solomon.
"The greatest demographic in human history is taking place right now."
This may be the most-watched political event in televised history.
The church is so popular, lines weave around the rented building that the church has now outgrown.
"Meeting an advanced civilization could be like Native Americans encountering Columbus—that didn't turn out so well."
Could he be right again?
If Sen. Kaine does indeed intend to leverage his Christian faith, I must then ask him to answer two simple questions.
"In their period of time, neither Winston Churchill nor Abraham Lincoln was the darling of revivalists or evangelicals."
He also said he helped counsel Donald Trump on his expanded Supreme Court "short list" during a radio interview.
"The motivation appears to be a lawyer whose relationship with his law firm went bad."
"We out here like the Taliban ..."