Imagine that finals are over and you’re back home. You’ve slept a few days and now are ready for some Christmas shopping. Traffic is a mess. You get stuck at the same light for five minutes and why is every single Christmas station playing “The Chipmunk Song” at the same time? Finally you get to
The Superbike murders case, where four people at Superbike Motorsports in Chesnee were shot and killed in 2003, came to a close this past Saturday in connection to a recntly-solved missing persons case. Todd Kohlhepp, the sex offender accused of kidnapping Anderson local Kala Brown and murdering her boyfriend, Charles Carver, confessed to the four
Does prayer have enough power to change the course of U.S. history? For the Christian, the response to this question is an automated “yes.” The belief that prayer is powerful is fundamental to the Christian faith. But do you really believe this to be true? Merriam-Webster defines believing as “a firm conviction as to the
Baseball fans everywhere are still in shock that after a collective 176 years of futility, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs are meeting in the World Series. The Cleveland Indians last appeared in the World Series in 1997 but have not won since 1948. Even more surprising, the Chicago Cubs last played in the
Matthew. Not the name. But the category five hurricane that ripped through the Caribbean up through the Southeast of the United States. With winds up to 107 mph, rainfall up to 17.49 inches and flooding across North and South Carolina and Haiti, many lives were affected by Matthew. At least 43 U.S. lives stepped into
We compare grades, friends, relationships, clothes and even levels of spirituality. These are all too common comparisons at Bob Jones University. Living in an environment that challenges students to be their best is a growing experience. This growth is vital to our futures as responsible, hardworking adults. But we too often translate my best to
Last week a liberal Fox News political analyst, Kirsten Powers, wrote a column in USA Today titled “We’ve forgotten what belongs on Page One.”
A federal judge has reversed a Food and Drug Administration ruling in order to make the Plan B emergency contraceptive available to women without a prescription, regardless of age.
Although it would’ve been nice for Google to post an Easter-themed doodle, there was a resulting consequence from this story that raises a needed reminder for conservatives and Christians alike.
This past week the House Ways and Means Committee asked the Internal Revenue Service to release a pair of videos they produced in 2010.