The world asks, "How can this be?" Faith answers.
Is the tide finally turning against the left in this country? Two important issues suggest that it may be. We’re a long way from being able to proclaim victory. But we’re winning some important battles. Let’s look at the evidence.
A Christian resident of the Israeli city of Nazareth has come up with a plan to erect a 100-foot-tall statute of the community's most famous native son, Jesus Christ.
On Christmas Day, more than three dozen civilians in Iraq were reportedly slaughtered in a series of coordinated bombings aimed at Christians. In one of the attacks, a terrorist car bomb went off near a church right after mass, killing 26 and wounding almost 40, officials said. A separate attack moments earlier targeted an outdoor market in the Christian section of Athorien, leaving 11 dead and more than 20 wounded.
Homosexual activists have found a way to besmirch the reputation of yet another American cultural institution.
What if they called a war and peace broke out instead? That's exactly what happened during the Christmas season of 1914 when the soldiers themselves called a truce and, had it not been for intervention by the higher authorities on both sides, World War I might have ended.
On the 45th anniversary of Apollo 8, astronaut Jim Lovell recalled the historic Christmas Eve when he and his two crew members read the Genesis account of creation as they became the first humans to orbit the moon.
As homosexuals continue their rage over his comments, Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson has vowed not to back down from his Christian values.
The White House has partnered with a number of pro-homosexual groups to up the numbers of gays, lesbians, and transvestites who enroll in ObamaCare.
The world media is increasingly losing interest in the foreign-fueled war still raging in Syria between the Assad regime and an assortment of Islamist rebel groups backed by the Obama administration, Sunni Arab dictators, and European powers.