Michael Brown, one of the 150 signers of the Nashville Statement released last week, which reaffirmed the biblical view of sex and marriage, expressed surprise at all the attacks the statement was getting.
Statues of Christopher Columbus in Yonkers, New York, Astoria, Queens, and Baltimore have been vandalized by those with a revolutionary agenda.
Italy's latest national hero is a 17-year-old Down syndrome youth who rescued a 10-year-old girl from drowning.
African-American and Latino students at the University of Florida are refusing to share a proposed new state of the art facility because doing so would “erase and marginalize their black and brown bodies and their cultures.”
Amid a public uproar at a North Carolina school board meeting over far-left “equity training” for government-school teachers, allegations were made by furious parents that a teacher forced white and Christian students to stand up in class and apologize for their “privilege.”
The United Nations, often ridiculed as the dictators club, has just released lessons to help indoctrinate people around the world into accepting the UN's so-called “Agenda 2030,” also known as the Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs. While the propaganda targets humanity as a whole, the UN acknowledges that it is specifically aimed at youth.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 14-1 on August 30 to designate the second Monday in October as “Indigenous Peoples Day” — which will replace Columbus Day.
In an effort to be "inclusive," officials at a Catholic school in California have removed most religious statues and icons — including one depicting baby Jesus and Mary.
It is chilling that the Southern Poverty Law Center has released a map of Confederate monuments, cities, counties, and even elementary schools, noting that their continued existence could lead to more violence.
A coalition of Evangelical Christian leaders have issued a statement on what they believe the Bible clearly communicates about sexuality.