Ryan Bomberger, Imagine. Waking up to find that your wife is pregnant…and you had nothing to do with it. And then, an angel appeared to you telling you that she carried the Hope of humanity within her and you were to name him “Jesus”. This could never have been part of any foreseeable plan for
Ryan Bomberger, The Christian Post has allowed a Democrat operative to shill for Hillary Clinton, who rivals Barack Obama as the most pro-abortion presidential candidate in history. I’m trying to imagine if the issue were slavery, would the Christian Post give its space to the promotion of someone so determined to violently dehumanize God’s creation?
Ryan Bomberger, Dear Colin Kaepernick, I hear you. And so do millions across the country. As a professional athlete, you actually have more sway than pastors. Welcome to a culture driven by the worship of sports. This is why your political statements carry such tremendous weight. Let me take you back for a moment… “If
Ryan Bomberger, Pro-abortion activists, hiding behind the (often undeserved) cloak of credibility provided by a peer-reviewed journal, made a concerted effort this week to mess with Texas. A recent study on increasing maternal mortality rates (MMR) in America made some blatantly dishonest claims about maternal deaths in the Lone Star state, concluding: “Adjusted maternal mortality
Ryan Bomberger, Freedom doesn’t need reassignment surgery. But the scalpel is out. The anesthesia has been administered. Tragically, most are asleep. Overnight, we are witnessing the most radical (and destructive) transformation in America’s legal and cultural landscape than we’ve ever seen before. President Obama has long declared his intentions of “fundamentally transforming the United States
Ryan Bomberger, College campuses tend to reflect foreign nations with limited speech rights instead of the land of the free and home of the brave. The exchange of ideas has so many caveats it’s easy to forget in a University that there’s a First Amendment. Safe spaces have replaced robust discourse, sheltering too many from