Fighting continues across Iraq and Syria, as Kurdish forces attempt to force Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists out of the region and regain control.
- September 17, 2014 |
Tom Mortier is taking Belgium to Europe’s highest court for allowing doctors to euthanize his depressed mother and waiting to notify him until the next day.
The Air Force has given an atheist airman until November to take his enlistment oath, which includes the phrase “so help me God.” If he refuses, he will not be allowed to rejoin his unit.
Megachurch pastor James MacDonald has reportedly asked the congregation of his Harvest Bible Chapel to forgive they way he publicly disciplined church elders in 2013.
Amazon believes video gameplay broadcasting may be a huge player in the streaming entertainment industry, as evidenced by their recent purchase of Twitch for $970 million.
Kira Kazantsev, the newly-crowned Miss America, previously held an internship at Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider.
Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim has spoken out about the persecution and suffering she endured while imprisoned for her faith.
Hobby Lobby President Steve Green has spoken out, urging Christians to fight for their right to religious freedom.
The United States has committed 3,000 troops to help battle the Ebola epidemic that is sweeping through West Africa.
Twenty-six leaders from around the world have committed to doing everything in their power to stop the Islamic State’s acts of terrorism.
A South Carolina pastor is behind bars for repeatedly violating the city’s noise ordinance.
A study of Facebook’s popular meme that invites users to share “10 books that have stayed with them” found that the “Harry Potter” series and “Lord of the Rings” series topped the lists more than the bible.
A megachurch in Dallas will need to pay $7.8 million to officially leave the Presbyterian Church and still keep its property in Texas.
According to new findings by Michael Nathanson of Moffett Nathanson Research, the age of the average television viewer is getting older.
An American physician who contracted Ebola while working in a West African hospital has received a blood transfusion from another American missionary doctor who survived the disease.
Three elderly Italian nuns murdered in Burundi were laid to rest Thursday (Sept. 11) in a Xaverian cemetery in the Democratic Republic of Congo amid heightened calls for action about their death.
William Donohue of the Catholic League announced that his organization would not take part in next year’s popular celebration of Irish-American culture, New York’s St. Patrick’s Day parade.
American Matt Miller was detained in North Korea in April after he allegedly entered the country yelling that he was seeking asylum. Miller was charged “hostile” acts with a penalty of six years of hard labor.
Islamic State (ISIS) militants have beheaded another civilian in an act of terrorism. British humanitarian aid worker David Haines was executed in a video that ISIS posted to the internet.
With jaw-dropping vigor, ignorance, and at times unblushing gall, increasing sectors of the evangelical world are abandoning two thousand years of ecclesiology; as if the church was some malleable human construct that can be shaped, altered, redefined or even disposed of as desired.