By Joy Pullmann, The Federalist - For one thing, Christians believe that life and death belong entirely to God. There is nothing we can do to make our days on earth one second longer or shorter: “all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be,” says the Psalmist. “For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s,” says Saint Paul in Romans 14:8.
By by Christopher Manion, The Wanderer - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Rome last week to participate in a meeting of international legislators preparing for the UN Climate Change Conference in Scotland next month. During the Rome meeting, she took the opportunity to meet privately at the Vatican with Pope Francis, who was scheduled to address the meeting the next day.
By Shane Idleman, The Stream - It may be a war of words rather than weapons, but America is as divided as it's been since the Civil War... Shane Idleman is the founder and lead pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship in Southern California and the creator of the WCF Radio Network. His program, Regaining Lost Ground, points us back to God and reminds us that although times change, truth does not. ...
By Patriot Post - The irrational COVID regime of mandates and protocols is driving the opposite response... It’s quintessentially American to not do something simply because you’ve been told you have to. We didn’t have the gumption to declare independence from a monarchy for nothing. Glenn Reynolds, a professor at the University of Tennessee and more popularly known as the InstaPundit, noticed this trend when it comes to coronavirus mandates.