Concerning so-called "gay marriage," we must remember that politics is downstream from culture.
Much of what Christians hold dear -- life, marriage and religious freedom -- is coming under pressure in ways we never predicted.
For many of today’s spiritual seekers, life is a big buffet: Take a little of this, a little of that. But how nourishing is this?
Sometimes it takes courage to do the right thing. But what is courage, and why does the church need it in spades?
A few days ago, Americans got a lesson in hypocrisy -- and of how dangerous it can be to redefine words.
Everyone loves a good escape story. But in the case of a certain Chinese dissident, the world needs to hear the rest of the story.
Jesus didn’t come to save us from our humanness, but to our humanness. Sound strange?
Don’t the media elites who sneer at Christianity drive you nuts? Well, they shouldn’t.
If Christianity can make it in New York, it can make it anywhere.
Chuck Colson never placed his faith in “magic pills” that could medicate our problems away. And nor should we.
How are you and Jesus doing? And how are you and His body, the church, doing? You can’t answer one without the other.
Jesus prayed in the garden that we would be one. We haven’t done so well with that command, but we can learn a thing or two from Chuck.
When a loved one passes on, it’s good to remember and draw inspiration from his life.
Chuck Colson said he never really left prison. I’ll explain what he meant, and why it’s so important.
I would like to spend some time re-acquainting you with the things that made Chuck Colson’s life so great.
A year ago Sunday, my friend and mentor, Chuck Colson, passed away. What I said on BreakPoint at that time still applies today.
Bonhoeffer encouraged us to come out into the tempest of the living. That was Chuck Colson's life, which I tried to describe the day before he died, just over a year ago.
When our religious freedoms are being attacked, we must not remain silent. And one group of college students is speaking out.
It’s easy to get angry at someone in open sexual sin. But you might think twice before picking up that stone.
Hate the sin, but love the sinner. How well are we doing with that when it comes to abortion?
I guess it goes without saying that the Christian worldview isn’t just for Americans ... but I’ll say it anyway.
If you’re still not sure why worldview matters, watch people fail.
I’m thrilled public schools are now teaching religion all over the country. But, you’ll have to guess which country.
For the first time in our history, married couples no longer form the majority of American households.
I'm Eric Metaxas, and I am committed to continuing what Chuck Colson started until he returns to this microphone.
We’ve all heard of wrongful death lawsuits, but can a doctor be sued for wrongful birth? Evidently, the answer is yes.
How does Good Friday inform our Christian worldview? Reflect with me on that.
Having seen that God loved us enough that He did not spare even His own Son, how can we lack for hope today, even in bleak times?
Christian hope gives us the joy and the endurance to carry on. You often see these fruits in the lives of devout believers.
Sure, these are tough times. But when we grab hold of the hope we have in Christ, we can face the challenges before us.
Our society seems determined on distracting us with “sin taxes” and pseudo-sins while actually subsidizing the real kind.
We now know what to expect, so we must be ready to not only speak out, but speak out winsomely.
What do you get when ideology drives federal policy? Dangerous foolishness.
Want all the blessings of Christianity without having to hassle with a church? Well, it isn’t possible.
How will the Supreme Court decide the Obamacare case? And what will factor into their decision?
What can you learn about Jesus' love while sitting down to a good meal of blackened catfish and cheese grits?
“Show, don’t tell.” That’s the trick good writers use to make their point. And that’s what two new films about abortion are doing.
A decorated American soldier allegedly becomes a mass murderer. Why? How? Well, look inside your own heart.
I’m convinced that the defining issue of our time is truth. And at least one prominent atheist, of all things, agrees with me.
“A fetus is not truly human,” say advocates of abortion. Well, according to two pro-choice ethicists, neither is a newborn baby.
The media and the Obama administration don’t want you to know, but most Americans oppose the contraceptive mandate.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has placed me on a list of commentators with "violent anti-LGBT rhetoric"...
Can you imagine a campus Christian organization where the leaders aren’t even Christian? Your university can!
How do emotions become mental disorders? Well, it depends how you define “mental disorders.”
Much has been made of adolescence as a stage of development, but in America we make too much of it today.
As the toll of Christians murdered in the Muslim world grows, so does the silence. Why?
Finally — some good news in the battle between so-called reproductive rights and religious liberty.
A truly great thinker who had an enormous impact on me and Prison Fellowship has died. But his legacy remains.
Can biblical principles be applied to reducing the nation’s budget deficit? Absolutely.
Name-calling is just about the worst thing you can do in public discourse, as one prominent radio host proved.
We are witnessing a crime being committed before our very eyes. The Senate has desecrated the Bill of Rights.
Contraception from vending machines? Sometimes it’s better when things aren’t so convenient.
Do you know where the latest front is in the war on religious liberty? Try the bedroom.
Who knows best how to run the country, the ruling class or the people? Well, it depends on who you ask.
If you fear America is becoming like Europe, fear not -- because it’s too late.
There are many reasons to root for Jeremy Lin. Here’s another: his story has helped draw attention to persecuted Chinese Christians.
What should our leaders think about as they consider aiding the Syrian rebels?
The cultural slide in working-class communities is an enormous problem, but it can be stopped.
A new book offers surprising evidence of a cultural and religious decline in working-class communities.
Do your college kids know that when it comes to faith, reason is on their side?
As another bizarre news story shows, when put to the test, moral relativists can’t cling to their views.
The separation of church and state is one thing. But the isolation of church from state is another.
Just when we thought Congress might do the right thing when it comes to ethics, they pull another fast one.
We are facing the battle of our lifetime: The battle over freedom of religion.
What does it take to win at life? Well, I guess it depends how you define the prize.
For 2,000 years, Christians have paid a price for not rendering to Caesar what is God’s. Today is no different.
Can anyone remain free of a U.S. government determined to do what it wants to do, at whatever cost?
Are all homosexuals “born that way”? Not if you believe the testimony of a prominent gay actress.
Your religious liberty is in grave peril. And I have a few things I want you to do about it, today.
How long does it take for an ex-offender to pay his debt to society? Longer than you think!
Komen for the Cure’s stunning reversal to fund Planned Parenthood after all has an important lesson for us.
We already know what happens when a society promotes sexual license and devalues marriage. We just have to look at history.
The Obama administration has shown its cards. It is using ideology to trump religious freedom.
Any way you slice it, state-sanctioned gambling is a bad bet. And it’s an easy cop-out for tax-hungry politicians.
So the New York Times runs a piece about gender-free toys. Ho-hum. Until you realize what’s behind the effort.
Some say that there are two certainties in life: Death and taxes. Let me add a third: Election-year battles over taxes.
There’s a great new biography about one of the Christian giants of the 20th century. And I mean that literally.
I’m Jim Liske (CEO of Priso Fellowship), sitting in for Chuck Colson. Is there HOPE for the criminal justice system?
If you needed more proof that religious freedom is in danger, the Obama Administration is glad to help.
A recent Supreme Court decision is a victory for religious freedom. But we must remain vigilant.
Politics is a full-contact sport, but we’ve got to stop playing games with people's lives.
Why do people go along with the crowd even when they know it’s wrong?
If the likelihood of extra-terrestrial intelligent life was as high as people say it is, why haven’t we heard from them?
The Obama administration is promoting and emphasizing gay rights at the expense of everyone’s God-given freedom of religion.
Once again, government rushes in where business fears to tread.
While some scientists are searching for God, others are merely trying to play the part.
Even though there’s a long way to go, 2011 was a great year for the pro-life movement. I’ll explain why.
As the Professor said in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, “I wonder what they do teach them at these schools."
Community, connectedness, conservatism and Christianity. They all go together, and I’ll tell you why.
The next election should be all about the economy, right? Wrong in spades!
What better way to honor Martin Luther King than to celebrate our religious freedom?
Your personal story, in literary form, just might lead others to consider the claims of Christ.
Admit it. Part of you is glad Christmas is over. All that consumerism can really wear you down. And there’s a reason for that.
Did you know that going “green” can also be an effective way to help the poor?
Want to clear the room at a party? Just say something like, “There is such a thing as right and wrong, and everybody knows it.”
BreakPoint's Centurions Program is very much in the news -- in the Washington Post, to be exact.
Tired of your teen sitting on the couch in front of the tube? Give her a good book, one she’ll actually read! But where can you find such a book?
Is modern liberalism sawing off the branch it’s sitting on?
If a woman is forced into an abortion by her husband, is she really exercising her “right to choose”?
December 21, 2012, is the last day listed on what is known as the Mayan "long count calendar." That calendar marks what the Maya -- a now non-existent civilization -- regarded as the end of the present cycle of creation.
Does all the commercialization of Christmas have you down? Well, I’ve got one remedy for you and for the whole family.
You can’t understand Christmas if you ignore human suffering.
Politics used to stop at the water’s edge. But no more. Guess what is now a major focus of our foreign policy?
Squeaky-clean. A proven winner. America should love this guy. Except he has one major flaw.
What do universal human experiences tell us about humans? More importantly, what do they point to?
As I read the paper, I thought I’d stepped into a time warp. State-sponsored eugenics in the U.S.? Again?
Ah, Christmas is coming. The carols, the lights ... and, ugh, the shopping. But I've got an idea for you.
After years of defending persecuted believers worldwide, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom may have to close its doors.
Many CEOs escape with a golden parachute. Find out about one who left only with a golden reputation.
Most of us love our pastors and want the best for them. Find out how to bring your pastor daily encouragement.
Do you love truth enough to learn how to persuade others to reject the lie?
Why not actually live out the true meaning of Christmas this year? I’ll show you how you can.
Let me ask you a question: If God placed an orphan on your doorstep, what would you do?
Five pastors. Five congregations. And one radically different approach to Christmas that blessed the nations.
Why is the U.S. giving a foreign adversary billions of dollars? And what does a Christian worldview have to say about it?
Bullying is no longer a playground pastime. And your children likely know what I mean.