Archive for July 5th, 2008

Curtain Call for Two Principal Actors

American Minute from William J. Federer They both served in the Continental Congress. One was elected the second President and the other was elected the third. Once political enemies, they became close friends in later life. An awe swept America when they both died on the same day, JULY 4, 1826, exactly 50 years since […]

New Study Finds Only 20 Percent of Evangelical Universalists

You might recall a couple of weeks ago a Pew poll was released which made the following startling claim: Among the more startling numbers in the survey, conducted last year by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life: 57 percent of evangelical church attenders said they believe many religions can lead to eternal life, […]

$102 Billion Given to Religious Organizations in 2007

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Elena GarciaChristian Post ReporterFri, Jul. 04 2008 09:56 AM EDTGiving to religious organizations and congregations hit a record of $100 billion in 2007, according to a recent report by Giving USA Foundation. The report estimated that religious groups took home $102.3 billion, the greatest share of charitable […]

How is Happiness Defined? Part 2

GUEST COLUMN BY ANTON KAISER Part 1 To make a long research story short, all three countries have legalized abortion, And not only do both Denmark and Colombia have legalized prostitution in common but also, increasingly, gay rights. In 1989, Denmark legalized same-sex relationships. Norway followed suit in 1993, Sweden and Greenland in 1994, and […]

Remind Hispanics that it’s about freedom

BY STAR PARKERFOUNDER & PRESIDENTCOALITION ON URBAN RENEWAL & EDUCATION John McCain is trailing Barack Obama by 30 percentage points in support from Hispanic voters, according to this week’s polling from Gallup. Even among Hispanics that self-identify as conservatives, McCain and Obama are even. This is a far cry from 2004 when George W. Bush […]