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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

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

9 Oct 2018
Teenage boy sitting on steps troubled.

A beacon of hope for troubled teens.

It’s not for nothing that there’s a 40-foot-high lighthouse on the Orlando campus of the House of Hope, with a prayer room on the first floor. Read More

2 Oct 2018
Little girl showing concern for the life of the unborn.

When it comes to the media’s reporting on the life issue, you have to search between the lines.

A case in point:   On September 6, 2018, The Hill, which is a Capitol Hill newspaper, headlined a story this way: “Hill.TV poll: Most Americans support limited abortion rights.” Read More

29 Aug 2018
Stone Tablet at the Garden Tomb Yeshua reads Pray for Peace of Jerusalem.

To the folks at a Jerusalem-based Christian ministry, Jesus Christ is Yeshua, the prophesied Messiah of Israel.

Founded in 2000 by Moran Rosenblit, an Israeli Army veteran who had moved to California to make a new start in life and now lives in Israel, Hope for Israel (HFI) has grown into a multi-level ministry offering Biblical teaching, Gospel outreach, material aid to needy Jews and Arabs alike, and a wealth of information about modern Israel. Plus, they do a wonderful job correcting much of the “fake news” about Israel. Read More

21 Aug 2018
Mother loving her baby.

The Full Picture:  A Striking Contrast in Motives – and Outcome

What a difference an image makes. Sometimes, it can even save a life – with a bit of help from some kindhearted people who care enough to intervene.

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20 Aug 2018
And example of a hope for adoption.

House Panel Passes Measure Protecting Faith-Based Adoption Agencies

Democrat leaders are denouncing a House committee-passed bill that would prevent state and local authorities from discriminating against faith-based adoption and foster care agencies.

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31 Jul 2018
Give Kids the World Founder, Henri Landwirth

So Little Time, So Much Magic

KISSIMMEE, FL — Not far from Disney World, there’s a magical place where children with life-threatening illnesses can go into a cookie shop and walk out with delicious treats, or another shop where they can eat ice cream sundaes without limit.

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