The Unholy Grail

by Craige McMillan -- "To watch such methods in action, and observe their devastating effect on the minds of ordinary people, is such a bewildering and horrible experience that one is tempted more…

The judgment of history

by Craige McMillan -- "In time, therefore, when the sum of your experience of life gives you authority, you will ask yourselves the question: What was my father? "I will give you more…

Go to a world that is dying

by Craige McMillan -- It is part of the human condition that truth is often at odds with its larger counterpart, Truth. The great writers, poets, painters and other artists have always more…

Escape from madness

by Craige McMillan -- It was Francis Schaeffer, the theologian, who identified the "point of tension" in modern man's life. Schaeffer depicted this as a man on a sliding scale between two more…

Reel news

by Craige McMillan -- Despite the growing success of media outlets like WorldNetDaily, for most Americans the news is seen on television at 10 or 11 o'clock every evening. "Seeing is believing" more…

Heil to the chief

by Craige McMillan -- While those on the House Judiciary Committee debate whether the rule of law is worth preserving in America, a look at the techniques employed by the president's defenders more…

Who watches the watchers?

by Craige McMillan -- While those on the House Judiciary Committee debate whether the rule of law is worth preserving in America, a look at the techniques employed by the president's defenders more…

The elected

by Craige McMillan -- "Then the Lord answered Job out of the storm, and said, 'Now gird up your loins like a man; I will ask you, and you instruct Me. Will more…

The phoniness of separation doctrine

by Craige McMillan -- "Resolved: We Will Not Be Irrelevant" generated more mail than any column this year. Readers' expressions and comments ranged from shock that a church might have an opinion more…

The last honorable politician?

by Craige McMillan -- Columnist's note: This is a long interview, but it is so refreshing in its candor that I could not cut any of it. In what has become a more…