Homosexual Explains Why She Donated to Memories Pizza

Amid the attack on Indiana she clearly explains why all businesses should support Memories Pizza. As I reported two days ago, in “Indiana Pizzeria Gets Support from Everyone!,” a Lesbian who owns a kettle corn stand with her partner sent a donation and well-wishes to Memories Pizza. The pizzeria, as you probably know, is being widely savaged for saying, hypothetically, that they would not cater a homosexual “wedding.” Since every homosexual wedding desperately wants to serve pizza at the Read more […]

NYT Editorial: Eliminate Christianity and Replace

Not sure which is worse: an editorial that wants to eliminate Christianity or one that doesn’t realize that it has done so. Let me just get to the punchline: Creech and Mitchell Gold, a prominent furniture maker and gay philanthropist, founded an advocacy group, Faith in America, which aims to mitigate the damage done to L.G.B.T. people by what it calls “religion-based bigotry.” Gold told me that church leaders must be made “to take homosexuality off the sin list.” His commandment Read more […]

Supreme Court Vindicates Christian Prayer By Denying Christ

Last week the Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion in the case of Town of Greece, N.Y. v. Galloway. You may recall that this town council opened its monthly meetings with prayers offered by local pastors.  These prayers were Christian, often referring to Jesus Christ as Lord. An atheist and a Jew were upset, claiming they got their feelings hurt by these prayers.  In their own words, they “found the prayers offensive, intolerable and an affront to a diverse community.” Now Read more […]

Military Backs Down For Now, But Illusion Of “Natural Law” Remains Shattered

Many Christian traditions have taught that there is a “natural law”—a universally-evident ethical system that is perceived by all people whether or not they are Christians. It shows people how to be good without demanding that they repent of idolatry and submit to the true God. Perhaps recent events in the military will teach Christians to give up that myth. There is good news for now. As of last night, the military stopped calling Evangelicalism a “hate group.” Todd Starnes writes: The Read more […]