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Robert Knight

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A writer for Timothy Partners, Ltd. He is a regular weekly columnist for The Washington Times and Townhall.com and is frequently published by AmericanThinker.com, DailyCaller.com, OneNewsNow.com, and others. He has authored the following books: “A Strong Constitution: What Would America Look Like If We Followed the Law” (D. James Kennedy Ministries, 2018), Invested with Purpose: The Birth of the Biblically-Responsible Investment Movement, and A Nation Worth Fighting For: 10 Steps to Restore Freedom.

Author Posts

30 May 2019
Infanticide - Governor Ralph Northam seeks to end life upon birth.

June is known as the month for weddings, but May 2019 has proved to be a stellar month for pro-life victories across the nation. Read More

1 May 2019


New Exchange-Traded Funds Will Further Help the Faithful Honor God With Their Money

ORLANDO, Fla.—Timothy Partners, LTD., advisor to the Timothy Plan family of funds, is announcing today the introduction of two new Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) that will help Christian investors continue to honor God with their money. Read More

11 Apr 2019
When the buzzer went off Monday, Virginia head coach Tony Bennett lowered his head and prayed, "Thank you. I'm humbled, Lord."

Talk about a turnaround. Last year, the Virginia men’s basketball team made history with an ignominious upset loss in the NCAA tournament. Read More

4 Apr 2019
Pro-life activists march in Washington DC.

RICHMOND – On a perfect, cloudless spring day, thousands of pro-life protestors marched around Virginia’s state capitol building on Wednesday in protest of a bill that would allow abortion up to the moment of birth, and remarks by Gov. Ralph Northam in support of legal infanticide.

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25 Feb 2019
Biblically Responsible Investing is a tangible way to honor your values in the choices you make, including investing.

The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

5 Feb 2019
In the wake of Billy Graham’s evangelical crusades from the 1940s to the first decade of the 21st Century, the portion of the United States population identifying as “evangelical Christian” steadily grew.

The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

31 Jan 2019
Infanticide - Governor Ralph Northam seeks to end life upon birth.

Virginia’s governor has come out in favor of allowing newborn babies to die if the mother and doctors want it that way.

Ralph Northam, who himself is a pediatric neurologist, shocked many on Wednesday morning (Jan. 30) when he endorsed infanticide during a radio interview on a Washington-area station.

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30 Jan 2019

Since the beginning, God has given humanity the gift of dominance over all living things, but also a responsibility to be good stewards of His creation. Therefore, we owe it to our Maker to use our money wisely. We should do nothing to hinder His Kingdom and instead advance it. We should not hurt people by investing in ventures that promote or traffic in sin. Read more

18 Jan 2019
March for Life 2019

WASHINGTON D.C. (January 18, 2019) — Under cloudy, drizzly skies and with temperatures in the 30s, the 46th annual March for Life turned the nation’s capital into America’s pro-life capital.

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7 Jan 2019
Brief History Socially Responsible Investing

Using moral discernment when investing money is not new; it can be traced to Jewish moral responsibility under the Torah more than 1,000 years before Christ. Christian leaders such as Martin Luther and John Wesley also urged congregants to invest morally. During the 20th Century, the concept was embraced by various causes, from environmentalism to ending apartheid in South Africa. Read more