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No Arrests Made in Beating of Pastor, Family in India

An Indian evangelical pastor is recovering from injuries after he and his family were beaten by anti-Christian Hindu extremists near New Delhi, but no arrests have been made in the attack.

Future Shock

I was recently asked four compelling questions by Outreach magazine related to the future of the church. They were specific, and as a result, forced me to galvanize quite a bit of "wide" thinking into a concise format.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 22, 2012 |
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Dad's Advice Could be Key to Teens' Sexual Activity

The idea that fathers play a significant role in the development of their kids' approach to sex has received some support in a new evidence review.

Student Loan Debt Hits Record High

The average college student who graduated in 2011 had $26,600 in student loans, according to a new report, which estimates two-thirds of last year’s college graduates had student loan debt.

Did You See Dr. Billy Graham's Ad?

We are at a crossroads.

Research Shows Unborn Twins Interacting in the Womb at 14 Weeks

A researcher at the University of Padova, Italy, published a report in October showing unborn babies have the ability to interact as early as 14 weeks into the pregnancy.

Legislative Leaders in Nine States Launch Religious Freedom Caucuses

Legislative leaders from nine states announced this month they are launching a series of caucuses to help legislators strengthen religious liberty in their respective states.

Scottish Church Leader: Don't Force Church on Children

The moderator of the Church of Scotland has warned parents not to "force" church on their children.

Welfare Jumps 32 Percent During Obama Presidency

Federal welfare spending has grown by 32 percent over the past four years, swelled by President Obama's stimulus spending and a growing number of Americans whose recession-depleted incomes now qualify them for public assistance.

Court Rules Texas Cheerleaders Can Use Bible Banners

A judge ruled Thursday in favor of high school cheerleaders in Texas who were fighting to display Bible verses on banners at football games.

Gallup: Only 3.4 Percent of U.S. Adults Identify as LGBT

A comprehensive poll released this week by Gallup based on more than 120,000 interviews shows that only 3.4 percent of Americans say they are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.

What's Hot? 10/19/12

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

Study: Fathers Greatly Affect Teens' Sexual Behavior

A new review of studies shows fathers' attitudes toward teen sex and the emotional closeness of their relationships with their teens have a sizeable influence on their teens' sexual behaviors, separate from the influence of moms.

Postcard from Hawaii

It is time to ask the Lord to once again restore freedom, peace and liberty to the oppressed throughout the world. War rages in several international theaters, but do not think for a moment that our freedoms are not also at risk here in the United States.

Painkiller Abuse By Kids Way Up

The rate of prescription painkiller abuse among this current generation of American youth is 40 percent higher than in previous generations.

Trial of Pakistani Christian Girl Accused of Blasphemy Postponed, Persecution Continues in Region

The juvenile court hearing of Rimsha Masih, a 14-year-old Christian girl arrested for blasphemy in mid-August and released on bail three weeks later, has been postponed until November 14.

New York Appeals Court Nixes Defense of Marriage Act

A divided federal appeals court in Manhattan struck down the Defense of Marriage Act Thursday as unconstitutional, joining an appeals court in Boston in rejecting the law that defines marriage as between one man and one woman.

Obama Promotes Planned Parenthood Funding in Debate

Planned Parenthood was among President Obama's buzzwords during the second presidential debate Oct. 16 as he mentioned the nation's largest abortion provider five times, using it to distinguish himself from Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

Films for Thought

We have witnessed a cultural revolution over the last 20 years. We have moved, rather decisively, to a visually-based world. The most formative influences are not books, theater, or even music. They are films.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 18, 2012 |
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University Official Suspended for Signing Marriage Petition Seeks Reinstatement

Last week, Gallaudet University's Dr. Angela McCaskill was suspended for her position as chief diversity officer because she had signed a petition opposing Maryland's Question 6, which would make same-sex marriage legal in the state.

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