Author Archives: Stan Guthrie
Until further notice, I’m no longer going to call myself an evangelical. The word no longer describes what it used to. From now on, I’m a Christian, saved by grace from first to last. Anyone want to join me?
By Chris Castaldo It’s not uncommon to hear Martin Luther pegged as the man who effectively split the Western Church. Along this line, Bishop Robert Barron remarks in a new documentary, “I think Luther was too polemical, and I think … Continue reading
When Hillary was asked what kind of justices she’d nominate for the Supreme Court, she replied that sensitivity to (progressive) social concerns was paramount. She said zero about the Constitution. She only mentioned our nation’s charter when she added that … Continue reading
“We put no obstacle in anyone’s way, so that no fault may be found with our ministry, but as servants of God we commend ourselves in every way: by great endurance, in afflictions, hardships, calamities, beatings, imprisonments, riots, labors, sleepless … Continue reading
By Chris Gehrz Forgive a second post from me in the same morning, but I’m reeling from some news I woke up to find in my inbox, at the end of editor John Wilson’s e-newsletter for the Christian review Books … Continue reading
A hierarchy of principles exists in politics. 1. Winning while keeping your principles intact. 2. Losing while keeping your principles intact. 3. Winning while abandoning your principles. 4. Losing while abandoning your principles. I don’t mean to be unkind, but … Continue reading
This probably happens during every election cycle and with every candidate, but I’ve noticed this particularly this year: Trump supporters consistently minimize their candidate’s sins (debasing women is mere “locker-room talk”) while maximizing Hillary Clinton’s sins (“demonic,” “end of America,” … Continue reading
Time to face the truth, Trump fans. Your guy has turned lemonade into lemons and is going to lose–ignominiously–to the wretched, utterly corrupt Hillary Clinton. Nice going. Whatever you think of us NeverTrumpers (your word, not mine), I hope you … Continue reading
While there aren’t nearly enough of them, it’s heartening to see a growing number of voices on the right condemn Donald Trump’s casual misogyny as unacceptable in a presidential candidate. I just wish there were as many voices on the … Continue reading
Remember when we used to say, “If a man cannot be trusted to keep his marriage vows, how can we trust him to do anything else?”? Does this apply only to Democrats?