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GenZers Are Religious, and Their Mental Health Depends On It

Editor’s note: The following article was reprinted with permission from ReligionUnplugged.com. By Kevin Singer (ANALYSIS) You’ve seen...

Dred Scott and Abortion: Different Eras, the Same Injustice

By Roland Warren The year was 1976. I was sitting in high school history class at the all-boys Catholic...

MLK Day Reflection: We Got it Right with Damar Hamlin, but Failed George Floyd

By Tom Campisi Damar Hamlin’s heart stopped when he tackled Tee Higgins on Monday Night Football two weeks ago....

I Wish Religious Critics Would Stop Bashing ‘The Chosen’

By J. Lee Grady I’m not a big TV fan. I’ve never watched "Game of Thrones" or "Stranger Things."...

2023: Forgetting Things Which Are Behind, Pressing Toward The Goal

By Pastor Donnie Rosa As I pray and reflect over the past year, with its regrets, successes, disappointments, failures,...

Has Life Left You Empty This Year?

By Will Graham As we turn the page and enter a new year, let me ask you this: Are...

From a Pragmatic Pro-Life Perspective, Was the Overturning of Roe a Good Thing?

By Dr. Michael L. Brown It could be argued that a more incremental approach to the overturning of Roe...

God’s ‘Lamb’ To Redeem Mankind

By Jim Biscardi, Jr. Shortly after God created Adam and Eve, Satan led them into sin, and God...

Christmas Hope Rings Louder Than Gunshots for NYC Ministry

By David Beidel Last Thursday, we were rehearsing with the children of the Stapleton Houses Community Center in Staten...

Why ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Remains Beloved By Both Christians And Non-Believers

Image courtesy of Apple TV. Editor’s note: The following article was reprinted with permission from ReligionUnplugged.com. By...