These distinct religions cannot coexist; their worldviews are in eternal and immutable conflict with each other.
As we celebrate Presidents' Day in the midst of the 2016 campaign for the White House, it is fitting that we pause to ask why in the world anyone wants to be president.
"I prayed and God said, 'Ted is My man. Support him.'"
Last night's results are important politically, but I think they're even more important culturally.
The Bible makes it clear women do not belong on the battlefield, and our Framers understood that. That's why we need to end the "social experimentation" in the military.
"The church has the power to elect the nation's next president—and that's a fact."
"There is a reason that GOP voters are in open rebellion," Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) said when he learned of the surreptitious intentions behind this budget.
This question is more important even than questions about social policy, domestic policy, foreign policy and fidelity to the Constitution, as important as all those questions are.
The resurgence of socialism in America, especially among the young, seems to be based on a widespread form of wishful thinking and historical ignorance.
With scores of college-aged voters up for grabs, affordable public college education has become a key selling point for Bernie Sanders.
He would be wise to avoid the mistake Ronald Reagan made in 1976 by grabbing onto a crystallizing justification—a signature issue.
There's a lot more to the story than just simply who won and the 11 others who didn't.
Iowa is only the first state to cast votes for a presidential nominee. All of us in turn must choose a man of Christian faith and political maturity.
"We need someone in the White House that will keep God in our schools, someone who cannot be swayed ... because they value man's approval over God's approval."
What do you do when you've already eaten way too much? For heaven's sake, you should not eat more!
One fact has become increasingly clear: moderate Republicans would rather lose elections to Democrats than elect principled conservative leaders to office.
"Each cycle I am humbled by a string of candidates who want me to endorse them over and above their rivals."
The History Department chair at Grove City College explores the faith of U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and whether or not it will win over Iowa evangelicals.
The Republican presidential candidate's life could have turned out much differently—but God.
The rise of Donald Trump is the perfect storm of a leaderless, issueless, divided and fickle national conservative movement.
Iowa's Democrats and Republicans have been first in line to pick their presidential favorites since 1972. Christians need to pay attention in 2016.