Thankful for Christmas Commercialization

by (@TheIRD) December 24, 2012

By Mark Tooley (@MarkDTooley) Complaints about Christmas commercialization get tiresome. Barrett Duke of the Southern Baptist D.C. office responds in a recent column with a robust defense of America’s holiday, for all its faults. Christmas helps to employ millions of people, in America and globally, about which upper crust critics of commercialization often forget or […]

Evangelical Groups: Immigration Reform “Imminent” Following Election

by (@JeffreyHWalton) November 13, 2012

Officials from 10 Evangelical organizations have cited “reduced pushback” against a citizenship pathway for illegal immigrants in their appeal for a new immigration policy. Central to the Evangelical Immigration Table’s new push was a sense that the legislative landscape had changed, even though control of the two houses of Congress and the presidency remained largely […]