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'The Bible' Miniseries Dominates Across Media

History Channel's "The Bible" miniseries continues to draw audiences from across all platforms, including books, DVDs and downloads, as it heads into its finale.

Florida Student Declares Victory After Refusing to Stomp on Paper Bearing Jesus' Name

Liberty Institute has declared victory on behalf of its client Ryan Rotela, the Florida Atlantic University student who was brought up on academic charges and suspended from class out of retaliation for reporting a lesson to university officials that included an in-class assignment involving jumping on a sheet of paper bearing Jesus' name.

The Climb to Calvary - Part II

In observance of Holy Week, I have decided to use this space to offer a devotional series that I have prepared and which I have entitled: THE CLIMB TO CALVARY Meditations on The Seven Last Words of Christ

U.S. Supreme Court Begins Same-Sex Marriage Hearings

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments in two same-sex marriage cases this week, the outcome of which could have a profound impact on how America defines marriage and family.

Kerry Finally Condemns Saeed Abedini's Detention

Last Friday, Secretary of State John Kerry finally addressed the case of Saeed Abedini, the Iranian-American pastor imprisoned in Iran for his Christian faith.

Oregon High School Creates Unisex Bathrooms for Transgender Students

An Oregon high school has created six unisex bathrooms to be used by transgender students.

Only 57 Churches Remain in Iraq, Down From 300 in 2003

Iraq had 300 churches and 1.4 million Christians in 2003, but now only 57 churches and about half a million Christians remain, with members of the minority fleeing Islamist attacks.

Nigeria: Kano Bus Bomb Prompts Religious Leaders to Joint Call for Urgent Measures

A car bomb attack in a Christian enclave of Kano, the largest city in majority-Muslim northern Nigeria, has heightened religious and ethnic tensions throughout the country.

The Climb to Calvary - Part I

In observance of Holy Week, I have decided to use this space to offer a devotional series that I have prepared and which I have entitled: THE CLIMB TO CALVARY Meditations on The Seven Last Words of Christ

Screwtape on Easter (2013)

It was from the imagination of C.S. Lewis that we were first exposed to a devil’s diabolical advice for the capturing of the human heart through the fictional correspondence between a senior devil, Screwtape, to his nephew, Wormwood. Here is a freshly imagined correspondence, just intercepted, of course, related to Easter.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 25, 2013 |
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David Barton Justifies Destruction of Indian Tribes

One's approach to history matters.

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • March 23, 2013 |
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UK Graphic Designer Refused Job Because of Christian Faith

A graphic designer in the United Kingdom is suing a hotel after claiming he was turned down for a job there because he is a Christian.

California Schools to Now Include LGBT-Themed Books

The California Department of Education's newest reading list for students K-12 includes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender literature, prompting complaints from critics who say a leftist agenda is being pushed on kids.

Rob Bell Affirmed Gay Christians in 2012 as 'Passionate Disciples of Jesus'

While some Christians have expressed disappointment over Rob Bell's recent announcement that he supports same-sex marriage, the former Mars Hill Bible Church pastor had made comments in the past that were indicative of a gay-affirming view.

Episcopal Bishops Agree Not to Help Breakaway Congregations

Church leaders have reached an agreement with nine bishops who had supported breakaway congregations in Texas and Illinois court cases.

  • G. Jeffrey MacDonald |
  • March 22, 2013 |
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Seemingly Divine Occurrences on Set of THE BIBLE

Karla Dial is our talented editor of Citizen Magazine. In this month's issue she penned a wonderful profile piece on the History Channel's epic miniseries, The Bible. Since its debut on March 3rd, over 68 million people have tuned in to watch this magnificent dramatitization of God's Word.

Justin Welby Installed as 105th Archbishop of Canterbury

Justin Welby, the 57-year old former oil executive who quit the world of high finance in 1992 to become a priest, was enthroned March 21 as the 105th archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans.

What's Hot? 3/22/13

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

Christians in India Wounded, Jailed, Expelled

Christians suffered serious head injuries, expulsion from home and incarceration based on false witness as Hindu extremists continued their reign of terror in India this month.

Nearly Half of All First Births in America Out of Wedlock, Study Finds

The age at which men and women in America marry is now at historic heights, and as a result the number of children born out of wedlock has also increased, according to a new study by a group of family researchers, who have found that 48 percent of all first births are happening outside of marriage.

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