Andrew Daniel is a college student studying biomedical engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. He is a Christian, and is particularly passionate about Christian apologetics, pro-life issues, and defending the family. Andrew enjoys reading, playing music, and exploring the nearest hiking trails he can find.
In the summer, I went with my college pro-life group to the Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center, an abortion clinic in Dallas, Texas. We went there to do sidewalk counseling, hold
Once, Mother Teresa and Hilary Clinton sat together at a White House lunch. Clinton asked casually, “Why do you think we haven’t had a woman as president yet?” Mother Teresa
There is a statement Jesus used often as he talked with the Pharisees and religious leaders of his day: “Have you not read?” This phrase is both sarcastic in a
It was the year 1961, and the Green Bay Packers (an American football team) walked into their training room for their first practice of the season. They had just come
Abortion is the greatest injustice currently perpetuated around the world. Every day, approximately 125,000 babies are killed across the globe, and this computes to about 40-50 million children in one
In my last article, I wrote on the idea of Novus Ordo Seclorum, the phrase present on the back of a dollar bill. This Latin phrase translates to “The New
If you examine a U.S. dollar bill, you will discover the Latin phrase “Novus Ordo Seclorum.” This expression translates to “New Order for the Ages.” Historically, America did institute a
Michael Card, a songwriter and theologian, wrote a song called “The Spirit of the Age” in which he references the Biblical story of the slaughter of the innocents in Bethlehem.
This past week, I heard two anecdotes; one incredibly heartening, and the other heart-breaking. On one hand, I discovered how 3-d printing allows blind mothers to feel their babies’ faces,
Author’s Note: Elizbeth Barrett Browning published an iconic piece called “The Cry of the Children” in 1843. Through the poem, she protested the English practice of child labor in the