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Ad Comparing Voting for Obama to Losing Virginity Causes Backlash

An ad starring a young actress comparing voting for Obama to losing her virginity has gotten backlash from Christians and conservatives.

Polls Show Conflicting Early Voting Numbers

A Reuters/Ipsos survey found that Barack Obama is leading Mitt Romney among early voters 54 percent to 39 percent, but a Gallup survey found just the opposite -- that Romney is currently leading Obama 52 to 45 percent.

Prayer Group Pitches Tent on White House Lawn

As America prepares for the presidential election, a group of Christians have pitched a tent on the White House lawn to intercede for the country 24 hours a day.

Al Qaeda Leader Urges Jihadists to Kidnap Westerners, Join Syrian Uprising

Al Qaeda's leader, Ayman al-Zawahri, is calling on Muslims to kidnap Westerners in exchange for the release of captured terrorists. He also urged jihadists to join the uprising to take over Syria, and called for the implementation of sharia in Egypt.

Nigeria: Catholic Church in Kaduna Hit in Suicide Bomb Attack

At least seven people were killed and dozens were injured in a suicide bombing Sunday (Oct. 28) during Mass at a Catholic church in northern Nigeria.

The Virgin Vote

The Obama campaign placed an ad on its website titled “Lena Dunham: Your First Time.” Talking directly to the camera, she likens voting for Barack Obama to losing your virginity.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 29, 2012 |
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Lack of Sleep Linked to Sports Injuries in Teens

According to new research, one good way for teen athletes to avoid getting injured is to ensure they get plenty of sleep.

Are the Producers Behind 'Duck Dynasty' Uncomfortable with Christianity?

"They pretty much cut out most of the spiritual things," Phil Robertson, a one-time honky-tonk operator who gave up his heathen lifestyle in the 1970s, told The Christian Chronicle. "We say them, but they just don’t run them on the show."

Activists Protest Same-Sex Marriage in France

Supporters of traditional marriage in France took to the streets in Paris this week to protest the government's push to legalize gay marriage and give homosexual couples the right to adopt.

More Details Emerge of Syrian Pastor, Family Murdered by Muslim Militants

The Middle East director of Christian Aid Mission revealed more details about a Syrian Christian pastor shot and killed along with his wife and three children by a band of Sunni Muslim militants who stormed into a house church meeting earlier this month.

Obama Endorses Same-Sex Marriage Initiatives in Three States

President Barack Obama on Thursday endorsed state ballot initiatives to legalize same-sex marriage in Washington state, Maryland and Maine.

Family Research Council Shooter Faces Terrorism Charges

The man accused of shooting a security guard inside the Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C., in August now faces a terrorism charge.

What's Hot? 10/26/12

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

Why Brit Hume Saw the Face of God

Mr. Hume’s candidness and vulnerability are powerful, especially given the industry in which he works.

Chick-fil-A Thrives in Third Quarter Despite Marriage Controversy

In the months since Chick-fil-A came under fire for its CEO's support of traditional marriage, the fast food chain has thrived.

BBC Poll: Every Country But Pakistan Wants Obama for Four More Years

A newly released global poll by BBC World Service has found that President Barack Obama is the clear favorite worldwide over GOP candidate Mitt Romney.

Romney Erases Obama Lead with Women Voters

A new Associated Press-GFK poll shows Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has wiped out President Obama's earlier huge advantage among women voters.

Planned Parenthood Spends $12 Million for Obama

Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading abortion provider, has spent $12 million on this year's presidential election through its political action committees -- the most it has ever spent in an election.

Appreciating Your Pastor

Pastor Appreciation Month does give me the opportunity to say a few things about how to appreciate your pastor in a way that will be meaningful for them. And it doesn’t involve what you might think. Most aren’t hoping to be invited over for a dinner, or having their picture put up in a hallway with candles lit on either side in memoriam.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 25, 2012 |
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Bullied Kids More Likely to Contemplate Suicide

Teens who are bullied by their peers are 2.5 times more likely to have suicidal thoughts than those who haven't had any recent harassment, according to a new study.

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