Archive: Jordan Sekulow
There are alternatives to CAIR and Congressman King is providing them a platform.
By Jordan Sekulow | March 7, 2011; 06:34 PM ET | Comments (65)
The greatest threat to Planned Parenthood is medical technology, not pro-life organizations, legislators, or religious views.
By Jordan Sekulow | March 1, 2011; 06:20 PM ET | Comments (11)
Radical and political Islam will be debated on the 2012 campaign trail.
By Jordan Sekulow | February 24, 2011; 03:06 PM ET | Comments (10)
If a Mormon can be the governor of Massachusetts - neither a Mormon nor conservative stronghold - and a Mormon can be majority leader of the US Senate, surely a Mormon can be president.
By Jordan Sekulow | February 10, 2011; 02:11 PM ET | Comments (52)
Evangelicals in the U.S. may be mocked and harassed, but we are not persecuted. Our brothers and sisters need us; will we rise to the occasion?
By Jordan Sekulow | January 4, 2011; 02:43 PM ET | Comments (51)
This is the beginning of the debate about Islam in America, one that did not happen after 9/11.
By Jordan Sekulow | December 29, 2010; 02:01 PM ET | Comments (13)
Here in the United States, Christmas is a National Holiday celebrated by the people, by the Executive Branch, and the courts for two centuries. Christmas must be defended because liberal legal groups have threatened and filed lawsuits against towns and cities for continuing traditions.
By Jordan Sekulow | December 22, 2010; 03:53 PM ET | Comments (7)
Forced charity is not moral. The government should encourage charitable giving by easing the tax burden on individuals who have money to spare after paying their expenses.
By Jordan Sekulow | December 14, 2010; 04:47 PM ET | Comments (60)
of leaders have been secretly preaching the same warnings about Iran's nuclear program: Government leaders in the Muslim world have been urging the United States to use any means necessary to stop Iran's nuclear program.
By Jordan Sekulow | December 3, 2010; 04:37 PM ET | Comments (2)
There is no doubt that America has a special relationship with God. The Declaration of Independence acknowledges God's role as right-giver while the Bill of Rights and subsequent amendments recognize the free will of man.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 29, 2010; 05:46 PM ET | Comments (64)
The threat of Sharia law is real and the people of Oklahoma are ahead of the curve.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 23, 2010; 12:28 PM ET | Comments (99)
As long as current military leaders disagree about DADT, Congress should not interfere
By Jordan Sekulow | November 16, 2010; 05:32 PM ET | Comments (16)
American leaders should stop acting as apologists for Islam.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 8, 2010; 06:05 PM ET | Comments (71)
The midterm elections were a victory for life and a defeat for pro-abortion organizations like Planned Parenthood, NOW, Emily's List and NARAL. It's time for the pro-life movement to shrewdly utilize their victory.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 5, 2010; 04:27 PM ET | Comments (4)
While the momentous tasks of repealing Obamacare and getting the economy back on track begin today, it would be foolish to overlook the impact these new elected officials will have on social issues. They are pro-life, Constitutional conservatives who are not afraid of a tough fight.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 3, 2010; 12:44 PM ET | Comments (74)
As Christians, we believe that we were born in the United States for a reason. Unlike Christians throughout history and in some nations today, American Christians have been empowered by God to shape and guide our government.
By Jordan Sekulow | November 2, 2010; 09:38 AM ET | Comments (6)
Religion is the "reason" our country is sane. Why are liberals scared of religion's influence in politics? It has nothing to do with faith and everything to do with power. When religious people vote, progressives lose.
By Jordan Sekulow | October 27, 2010; 12:37 PM ET | Comments (74)
Answering, "Why are Christian conservatives - those who embrace social conservative, constitutional conservative, and Tea Party labels -devoted to the State of Israel?"
By Jordan Sekulow | October 19, 2010; 03:21 PM ET | Comments (150)
Although the Republican candidates who embrace constitutional conservatism have different ideas about how to address specific issues, there is one concept that provides the movement's underpinning - the "Laws of Nature and of Nature's God."
By Jordan Sekulow | October 15, 2010; 11:12 AM ET | Comments (141)
President Obama, speaking on behalf of all Americans, declared that, "One of the great strengths of the United States is ... we have a very large Christian population - we do not consider ourselves a Christian nation." The president is wrong; the United States is a Christian nation. Religion plays a central role in debates about homosexuality because variations of the Christian faith guide most Americans.
By Jordan Sekulow | October 12, 2010; 02:03 PM ET | Comments (40)
A candidate may be following their call by running unsuccessfully for public office. We can follow God's plan, answer our calling, and lose. This idea is not always easy to comprehend - sometimes God's plan does not include success in every endeavor.
By Jordan Sekulow | October 5, 2010; 05:56 PM ET | Comments (89)
By Jordan Sekulow The Middle East is the center of three Abrahamic faiths -- Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Over the centuries, conflicts have arisen between the people of these faiths, often violent. Separating out the element of faith -- religious...
By Jordan Sekulow | September 30, 2010; 04:07 PM ET | Comments (32)
Call social conservatives tea partiers, radical right-wingers, Republicans, fundamentalists, libertarians, or independents. On November 2nd, you'll be calling most of us winners.
By Jordan Sekulow | September 22, 2010; 03:36 PM ET | Comments (187)
Until Palestinian political leaders and the Palestinian people accept Israel's right to exist as a Jewish state, peace talks will continue to be a meaningless charade
By Jordan Sekulow | September 15, 2010; 05:20 PM ET | Comments (46)
Our Constitution states in Article VI that, "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." This does not mean that voters are acting un-American for inquiring into the leader of the free world's faith or lack thereof.
By Jordan Sekulow | August 31, 2010; 11:45 AM ET | Comments (16)
Rauf must apologize for both spreading the same propaganda that fuels terror and reopening the wounds of 9/11. If he does not, Americans will continue to reject him and his mosque.
By Jordan Sekulow | August 26, 2010; 07:09 AM ET | Comments (61)