America's 225th birthday – April 30

by Jerry Newcombe -- Two hundred twenty-five years ago (April 30, 1789), George Washington, the first president under the Constitution, was sworn in with his hand on a gigantic open Bible. He more…

Jim DeMint's critics are wrong

by Jerry Newcombe -- Recently, I interviewed Jim DeMint for my radio show to discuss his new book, "Falling In Love With America Again." Some remarks he made on the show, especially more…

Easter hope – based on facts of history

by Jerry Newcombe -- Jesus sells. That's why they have cover stories on Him in magazines and TV specials, even if some of them offer strange theories to try to explain away more…

Churches kicked to the curb in Big Apple

by Jerry Newcombe -- A new court ruling has determined that churches can no longer rent public school facilities. Churches in New York City can be evicted from the schools. Despite the more…

How wedge issues secularize society

by Jerry Newcombe -- What happened last week with World Vision should make us all take notice. The billion-dollar evangelical charity announced they would accept same-sex marriage when hiring employees. The reaction more…

Great new movie: 'God's Not Dead'

by Jerry Newcombe -- There's an old joke in Christian circles that goes like this: Someone had written in graffiti the famous quote from the 19th century atheist philosopher: "God is dead. more…

The Lord is not a 'psychotic mass murderer'

by Jerry Newcombe -- Comedian and leading skeptic Bill Maher called God a "psychotic mass murderer." He said that in the upcoming "Noah" movie, God – not Russell Crowe (playing Noah) – more…

'God's work' is killing babies?

by Jerry Newcombe -- Is it "God's work" to kill the unborn? President Obama seemed to say so recently. Steven Ertelt wrote an article, "Obama Says His Pro-Abortion Supporters are 'Doing God's more…

What changed the Vikings?

by Jerry Newcombe -- I saw an advertisement recently for a series on the History Channel on the Vikings. A viewer's guide blurb reads, "Chronicling the medieval adventures of a band of more…