There is little incentive in this world for a North Korean to choose to follow Jesus. Yet 300,000 of them do so, and every last one lives dangerously close to martyrdom.
Ray CavanaughJune 13, 2016
The earliest champions of a free press were not Enlightenment philosophes. They were dissenting Christians, most of them Protestants, battling the political and religious authoritarians of the day.
Joseph LoconteJune 10, 2016
The rueful lessons of the Vietnam War, especially their roots in the hubris of modern liberalism, remain largely forgotten.
Joseph LoconteMay 24, 2016
Harry Wu fought the good fight and finished his leg of the race. The rest of us who believe in human freedom need to take the baton he carried.
Alan DowdMay 6, 2016
Juliana Taimoorazy gave an impromptu speech that painted a human picture of Assyria for those in the audience.
Juliana TaimoorazyApril 13, 2016
Why do the Taliban believe they can impose their radical, Islamic ideology upon a nation of 182 million people? Because Pakistan, like other Muslim-majority states, enforces a legal regime that criminalizes apostasy.
Joseph LoconteApril 1, 2016
Christian refugees who have fled persecution in their home countries now face the same fate in Sweden.
Jacob RudolfssonMarch 9, 2016
Why is the Muslim sector of Bethlehem growing while the Christian sector is falling? Both face the same exact set of circumstances. Could it be that this disparity tells the true story?
Robert NicholsonMarch 1, 2016
Can you imagine an American president today greeted by hundreds of thousands with acclaim and American flags as he rides…
Mark TooleyFebruary 28, 2016
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