Orange: The Real Color of St. Patrick’s Day

Several facts most people don’t know about St. Patrick’s Day: “Saint Patrick” wasn’t Irish. Irish Catholics wear green. Irish Protestants wear Orange. “Orange was the new Black” since 1690. Most are familiar with the fact that the Protestants and Catholics Read More …

Germany’s Modern Day Reformation is its Penultimate Road to Perdition [video]

Nearly 500 years since the Protestant Reformation began in Wittenberg, Saxony on October 31, 1517, the same region is undergoing similar, but unparalleled turmoil. Unlike the early 16th century peasant revolts, which resulted from and contributed to greater intellectual and economic freedoms brought about Read More …

Fox News Coverage on Pope Not All That Fair and Balanced

Yesterday, while waiting for the new pope to be announced, Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly made the comment that “Jesus elected the first pope.” Likewise, Executive Vice President and Executive Editor at Fox News John Moody referred to God “choosing Read More …

Marriage Policies in America Similar to Communist China

It’s astounding to review the requirements to be legally married in America. Even more astounding is the reality that Americans, and especially Christians, comply with them. Worse still— Christians continue to demand that the government regulate a predominantly Christian practice. Read More …

Why is the Government Regulating Marriage?

In America the state, not the Bible, not the church, regulates, defines, and redefines marriage. Americans cannot be legally married without complying with and gaining the government’s permission. Yet prior to the 16th century this was not the case. No government Read More …

Who came up with the idea of “Separation of Church and State”?

Where did the idea of “Separation of Church and State” originate? Many might find it hard to believe, but the revolutionary idea, quite literally, came from an English clergyman who ran for his life from Puritans trying to kill him. Read More …