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Philippines: Christians Forced to Flee Homes

One hundred sixty Christians were recently forced to flee their village after it was attacked by Muslim extremists.

Eighty-Three Percent of Teens Have Unsupervised Access to Prescription Medications

A new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that 83.4 percent of teens had unsupervised access to their prescription medications at home.

Christians in Iran Don't Expect Positive Changes After Rouhani Election

Hassan Rouhani won Iran's presidential election over the weekend. President Rouhani often is portrayed as being a "moderate" Iranian cleric, but because of his loyalty to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, Iranian Christians don't expect positive changes.

U.N. Seeks Host Countries for Syrian Refugees

The United Nations is asking the United States and Europe to take in thousands of Syrian refugees.

Why is Christianity Losing in America? Part 2: Becoming Citizens of the Kingdom

It is the present form of Christianity—uniquely influenced by American culture—that is failing precisely because it has been enculturated with ideas foreign to the kingdom of God and the good news of the kingdom. In essence, the American church has succumbed to the lure of personal peace and affluence—elements of the American dream.

Why is Christianity Losing in America? Part 3: Living through the Cross

If Jesus commands us to “seek first the kingdom” then it is imperative that we know more precisely what this means. If the kingdom is as the Bible describes, the rule and reign of God come to earth through Jesus the King over all other kings then this reality carries enormous implications for how we are to live and act as faithful followers of Christ.

What Every Christian Should Know... How to Do

Just as there are certain things we should know, as in facts or figures or cultural literacy, there are certain things we should also know how to do.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 17, 2013 |
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Update: Philadelphia Plans to Cremate and Bury Gosnell Bodies

Despite repeated requests from religious leaders and anti-abortion activists, city officials in Philadelphia plan to cremate and bury the 47 bodies from abortion provider Kermit Gosnell's case.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey |
  • June 17, 2013 |
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These Things I'll Remember

Yesterday was Father’s Day. For those keeping score at home, it was the 113th anniversary of the holiday, a day that finds its origin in the genius of a woman named Sonora Smart Dodd.

Edmund Burke for Gay "Marriage?"

Now gay "marriage" is being touted as a "great" socially conservative movement

ACLJ Flooded With New IRS Discrimination Cases

Some have declared the Internal Revenue Service's tea party targeting scandal is over, but new complaints continue to pour in to the American Center for Law and Justice, which is already representing two dozen clients who faced IRS scrutiny.

Supreme Court Denies Gruesome Abortion Image Case

The U.S. Supreme Court on June 10 refused to hear an appeal of a Colorado ruling that bars protesters from displaying graphic images of abortion in places that might upset children.

Brazil: Evangelicals Rally for Marriage

A rally that attracted more than 40,000 people last week to stand against homosexuality and abortion highlights the growing presence of evangelicals in Brazil, South America's largest country.

What's Hot? 6/14/13

A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

White House Announces U.S. Will Provide Military Support to Syrian Rebels

President Barack Obama has authorized sending U.S. weapons to Syrian rebels for the first time, a U.S. official said Thursday after the White House said it has proof the Syrian government had used chemical weapons against opposition forces fighting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.

Turkey: Prime Minister Meets With Protest Leaders as Demonstrations Continue

What began as an outbreak of protests over the redevelopment of Istanbul's Gezi Park has rapidly escalated into widespread anger at what protesters view as the Turkish government's overly conservative and authoritarian agenda.

Iranians Vote for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Successor

More than 50 million Iranians are eligible to vote today for which of the six candidates they wish to be their new president. However, despite the apparent choice on offer, little change is expected for the Christian minority in the country.

VIDEO: Touching Father's Day Commercial "Power of Dad"

To all my fellow dads out there – Happy Father’s Day!

Gender-Based Violence 'Wielded Mercilessly' in Muslim Countries

The conclusion of a new report by the U.S. Hudson Institute researcher Lela Gilbert is clear and unequivocal: gender-based violence plays a key strategic role in the plans of those who wish to eradicate Christians and Christian belief from Muslim lands.

Somalia: Christian Woman Imprisoned and Tortured

A Christian woman in Somalia was imprisoned recently for participating in underground Christian work.

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