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Exclusive Video Clip: The Bible

The highly anticipated five-week miniseries, The Bible, debuts this coming Sunday, March 3, on the History Channel.

India: Attack on Revival Meeting Sends Christians Underground

As police looked on, militants attacked a Christian church in central India earlier this month, causing severe injuries to some and sending the pastor into hiding.

Obama Administration Urges Supreme Court to Rethink DOMA

In a legal brief submitted late last Friday, the Obama administration urged the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between one man and one woman.

Ethnic Families in Vietnam Ransacked, Beaten for Their New Faith

Newly converted Christians in Vietnam's Central Highlands were terrorized last week – their homes and personal property badly damaged or destroyed in four consecutive night raids, and some of the faithful seriously injured from beatings in broad daylight.

  • Morning Star News |
  • February 27, 2013 |
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California Bill Seeks to Punish Boy Scouts for Prohibiting Gay Leaders, Members

A bill proposed in the California legislature seeks to punish the local chapters of the Boy Scouts of America for prohibiting homosexual leaders and members from joining the organization.

Deaths Surge Among Youngest Drivers

Fatalities jumped 19 percent in the first half of 2012 compared with the first half of 2011.

Atheist Group Formed at Christian University Seeking Official Recognition

An atheist group that recently formed at a Christian university in Texas has filed an application to obtain official recognition on campus.

Burned Church Latest in String of Tanzanian Attacks

Arsonists burned a Tanzania church Feb. 19 in the semi-autonomous region of Zanzibar, two days after gunmen killed a Catholic priest there.

  • World Watch Monitor |
  • February 26, 2013 |
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Virginia Passes Ban on Campus 'All-Comers' Policies

The Virginia state legislature passed a measure giving college student groups the right to grant membership only to those who share their beliefs and mission.

C. Everett Koop, Surgeon General Who Taught Evangelicals to Hate Abortion, Dies at 96

C. Everett Koop, the Christian physician and former U.S. Surgeon General who brought abortion to the forefront of evangelical social action, died Feb. 25 at age 96.

What to Pray For — If You Want to Be Successful

I think one person got it right when he said: “Success will take you further than character can keep you.”

Christian Bookstores Raided, Church Buildings Demolished in Sudan

Having deported scores of foreign Christians and demolished several church buildings in the past few months, Sudan continued ridding the country of Christianity this week by raiding Christian bookshops in Khartoum and arresting Christians.

  • Morning Star News |
  • February 26, 2013 |
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More Arrests in Libya After Detention of Foreign Christians

Arrests continue of Christians accused of proselytizing in Libya, with a total of seven now known to be in custody including one reported to have been tortured.

  • Morning Star News |
  • February 25, 2013 |
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Howard Hendricks Dies at Age 88

Legendary Dallas Theological Seminary professor Howard Hendricks died Feb. 20 at age 88.

Ten Quotes that Can Change Your Life

It may not have garnered the hype or the headlines of last night’s Academy Awards, but the death last week of Dr. Howard G. Hendricks, the longtime professor of Dallas Theological Seminary, marked the promotion of one of God’s great saints to Glory.

Rural Teens at High Risk for Pregnancy

A new analysis of data shows that the teen birth rate in rural counties is nearly one-third higher than the rest of the nation.

Tanzanian Attacks Leave Christians Wary Over Future

Three incidents of violence against ministers in Tanzania have left believers in the eastern African nation concerned over the future of religious freedom.

How Institutionalism Breeds Division

Christians have throughout the centuries—and most especially following the Protestant Reformation—arrived at very different understandings about a multitude of issues related to the teaching and practice of the Christian faith. Unfortunately, we tend to form enclaves around these doctrinal understandings, which are eventually institutionalized.

The Shepherd-Rancher Divide

Every church longs to grow. That’s the way it should be. "The Great Commission" was not "The Small Suggestion." So what is keeping many of these churches from reaching their full potential?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 25, 2013 |
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German Homeschool Family Gets Day in U.S. Court

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to hear the case of a Christian family from Germany seeking asylum in the U.S.

  • Whitney Williams |
  • February 25, 2013 |
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