In the case of Benghazi, is our military leadership capable but unwilling or willing but not capable? Neither option is acceptable. Both options represent a betrayal of the warrior ethos. read more
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Two years ago, radio evangelist Harold Camping was predicting the end of the world. Now longtime aides say his false predictions are likely to result in the end of his California-based Family Radio ministry. read more
Evangelical pastor Tim Keller has clarified his opposition to same-sex marriage, following misplaced speculation that he may support a change in the law. read more
Will support for pro-life legislation in the wake of the Gosnell verdict fade as quickly as it does for gun-control advocates after a deadly shooting massacre? There's evidence that it may, but prayer can make the difference. read more
Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortionist who ran what many call a "house of horrors," cut a deal to avoid the death penalty. Are you satisfied with the outcome of this case? read more
As the Boy Scouts of America considers whether to change its membership policy to admit gay members, some religious alternatives are fielding inquiries from people concerned about the action the BSA may take. read more
What is the impact of the Gosnell murder trial verdict? No longer will we look at abortion as just another simple procedure for the sake of convenience. Find out how pro-family advocates are praying in the wake of the verdict. read more