By Peyrove Masih A few years ago, while a student in seminary, I was reminded of the commission that Jesus gave to His disciples, “Make disciples of all nations …” (Matthew 28:18). My memory was jogged and I realized that…Read more
If it is possible in a courtroom to judge a defendant guilty or innocent, or in a laboratory to discover the relationship between physical properties and phenomena, it must be possible to know the truth about history. The word “history,”…Read more
The academic institutions of the Northeast, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and several others, are “lynchpins” in the American university system. Philosophies which are born and bred in the classrooms of these schools are later transferred to every other univeristy in…Read more
Ranking America’s Leading Grad Schools According to a recent U.S. News and World Report feature, “America’s Best Graduate and Professional Schools,” (March 19, 1990), professional education in the United States is booming. Enrollment among women and minorities i…Read more
By Ronald H. Anderson Viewing the birth of freedom, as it has been reported throughout Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union recently, brings to mind the rights of freedom we all enjoy in the United States. An issue which has…Read more
Segments of this series have traced the subtle infiltration of anti-Christian philosophies into the mainstream of American education. During Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s lifetime, his universal fame as a writer was not dimmed in the least by his outspoken espousal of…Read more
In a stunning development, the legislature of the western Pacific island of Guam, a U.S territory, voted unanimously to ban virtually all abortions. The bill was signed into law by Gov. Joseph F. Ada (D) on March 19, but a…Read more
It was a balmy day. The wind blew gently through the fields of newly ripened grain. Smells from the fragrant meadows waved abroad delighting the senses. The garners were overflowing with bountiful crops of fruits and vegetables which had already…Read more
Controversial Boston University president John Silber recently announced his intention to run for Governor of Massachusetts. Silber explained his decision to enter the political fray of the Bay State: “One of the reasons why I am in this campaign is…Read more
GAINESVILLE, FL (FR) – As racism rears its ugly head throughout the nation, the need for compassionate and enlightened thinking swells. Incidents of racism in northeastern regions of Boston and New York, and the formation of groups like the skinheads…Read more
Is there a connection between witchcraft, neo-paganism and the abortion industry?
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
Foundations in Biblical Eschatology
A Reasonable Response to Christian Postmodernism
The story of how one man’s spiritual convictions altered the course of history
Sixteen noted Christian leaders and scholars apply the Ten Commandments to American life.