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Although 61% of American millennials consider themselves to be Christian, just 2% of them were found to hold a biblical worldview, according to a recent study released by the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University. A biblical worldview, as previously defined by Barna, includes believing that absolute moral truths exist, and that such truth is defined by the Bible, as well as firm belief in six specific religious views ...

There is an old axiom which says that “he who controls the language (definitions) wins the argument.” Ever notice that we are losing many discussions because the anti-biblicists control the language? They say you are “intolerant,” that you “hate,” and that you refuse to allow people to “love” whom they want. They are for marriage “equality.” They are for “choice.” You are for taking away the “rights” of woman ...

“As someone who hopes to see our community grow stronger and more prosperous, who wants to see family and faith respected and preserved, I find that the Democratic Party no longer has room for me,” said Bill Owens, founder of the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP), at a November 2016 press conference ...

In matters of race and other social phenomena, there is a tendency to believe that what is seen today has always been. For black people, the socioeconomic progress achieved during my lifetime, which started in 1936, exceeded anyone’s wildest dreams. In 1936, most black people lived in gross material poverty and racial discrimination. Such poverty and discrimination is all but nonexistent today ...

Three Christians participating in a "psalm sing" peaceful protest outside the city hall of a small Idaho town were arrested for not wearing a mask. With as many as 300 unmasked singers gathered on Wednesday, according to the pastor who organized the rally, police began to make arrests for failing to wear masks as mandated by the Moscow City Council ...

As part of the ongoing release of the Arizona Christian University-based Cultural Research Center's American Worldview Inventory, the latest findings ... from George Barna, the group's director, show that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that having some kind of faith is more important than the particular faith with which someone aligns.

A rash of false-positive coronavirus tests has led the University of Arizona to issue an apology to student-athletes who it claimed had the virus but did not. The university reported Thursday that 13 student-athletes had tested positive for COVID-19 — a single-day record for the school. Three days later, however, Arizona athletics said in a statement that the actual number of positive tests was just two ...

As parents and children attempt to navigate onerous back-to-school guidelines for public schools across the state, the Texas Home School Coalition reports a nearly 400 percent increase in families deciding to withdraw from public schools and begin homeschooling ...

... George Orwell described the process where "The Party" falsifies or erases the nation's past to alter the trajectory of the nation's future: "Those who control the past control the future, and those who control the present control the past."

In March of this year, when Covid forced most churches online exclusively, many were stuck trying to find a quick and safe option to live stream. Thousands of churches opted for YouTube and were perplexed when untold numbers of church streams were partially delayed or completely suspended with just a simple pronouncement replacing the pastor’s sermon ...