Hope from the heartland for women and babies

by James Kennedy -- The historic South Dakota law that ends abortion on demand is described in its opening paragraph as "An Act to … reinstate the prohibition against certain acts causing more…

'Da Vinci Code' errors: A quick list

by James Kennedy -- Editor's note: The following commentary is adapted from "The Da Vinci Myth Vs. The Gospel Truth" by D. James Kennedy, Ph.D., and Jerry Newcombe.We are all entitled to more…

God: Nowhere prohibited, everywhere present

by James Kennedy -- The U.S. Supreme Court split the difference in June when it ruled that a Texas Ten Commandments exhibit is constitutional, but two Kentucky Decalogue displays are not. "Historical" more…

Democrats against democracy

by James Kennedy -- Who's afraid of majority rule? Senate Democrats, it seems. They adamantly oppose the appeals court nominees of President Bush, but don't have the votes to reject them. What more…

Turning back the clock

by James Kennedy -- It is celebrated as a giant step forward. In fact, it is a great leap backward to ancient pagan practice. Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruling that more…

It's about abortion

by James Kennedy -- Make no mistake. This is about abortion. It is about whether or not the ruinous reign of Roe will soon come to an end or continue for another more…

1st Amendment protects students who pray

by James Kennedy -- The devastating terrorist attacks on 9-11 drove millions of Americans to their knees. Even school children sought solace by reaching out to God through prayer. In one public more…

Thomas Jefferson: Deist or Christian?

by James Kennedy -- Thomas Jefferson, as we all know, was a skeptic, a man so hostile to Christianity that he scissored from his Bible all references to miracles. He was, as more…

Silencing the pulpit

by James Kennedy -- Lyndon B. Johnson had a problem. Powerful anti-communist organizations were threatening his Senate re-election campaign. The best way to stop them, Johnson decided, was to silence them. So, more…

Enemy of freedom?

by James Kennedy -- The fury of Roy Moore's critics knew no bounds in February after Moore, Alabama's chief justice, issued a ruling that condemned homosexual practice and cited the Bible. "Moore's more…