After Chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts voted to uphold the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as “ObamaCare,” many wondered if there could be a yet-unknown reason why the Republican-nominated justice made the unexpected decision.
On the Glenn Beck radio program Tuesday, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) explained why he believes Roberts was intimidated into changing his vote late in the process, as laid out in his new book Why John Roberts Was Wrong About Healthcare.
NOTE: We address similar issues on this weekend's radio program. To access Understanding the Times radio, go to RADIO, then to LISTEN NOW or COMPLETE ARCHIVES. We air on 652 radio stations across America.
In our first segment we are talking a look at Evangelical arm of Christianity, it’s history and where it is headed. Lately it seems to be embracing the things of this world, while turning its back on the inerrancy of Scripture.
With us is Jan Markell, the founder and president of Olive Tree Ministries, a non-profit organization that has been watching the times in the Church since 1982. Her nationally-syndicated radio program “Understanding The Times” is heard around the world and on our station, Q90FM, on Saturday mornings.
Judging from some of the questions I’ve received lately, people are really getting impatient for the end times to begin in earnest. For years fringe groups have been claiming that the seal judgments have already begun, but it looks to me like this opinion is suddenly becoming more popular.
This could be the greatest story never told.
The Arab Spring has turned to bitter mid-winter for Christians across the Middle East.
Members of orthodox faiths are being driven from their biblical heartlands by hard line Muslim governments with no toleration of religious diversity.
She has warned WND readers about the danger of including an amnesty provision in the immigration bill the Senate is now considering.
We asked her 10 questions delving deeper into the issue to let Americans know just what is at stake and what they can do about it.
Similar campaigns to corral the country's large number of Christians into the movie theater have been used for "Les Miserables," "Soul Surfer" and "The Blind Side," all of which had at least some faith angle.
Baltimore pastor Quentin Scott is among dozens of ministers who received an e-mail invitation from Grace Hill Media, a Hollywood-based Christian marketing firm, to an early screening of “Man of Steel.”
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For many years, Ankara was a surprisingly friendly regional partner with the Jewish state. Joint maneuvers, trade, and cordial public exchanges gave hope that the model could be duplicated eventually with Israel’s Middle East neighbors.
Then came the infamous “flotilla raid” of May 2010. Critics of Israeli policies regarding the Palestinians—including key religious leaders—boarded six vessels as part of the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla,” ostensibly carrying humanitarian aid. Israel worried about terrorist activity.