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Religious Freedom Under Fire at the United Nations

The U.N. adopted a resolution against religious intolerance, which religious freedom activists say could backfire in Islamic-majority countries.

Let's Stop Ignoring Joseph at Christmas

His only role, it seems, is an usher—to get Mary to the stable in Bethlehem. But there’s much more to Joseph

VIDEO: Carols of Christmas - Part II

It is considered both a Christmas and Epiphany carol.

Compassion International Children Dead, Missing After Philippines Flood

Nearly 1,000 people are dead and tens of thousands have been affected after flash flooding in the Philippines during the weekend.

Asia Bibi Forgives Captors, Has Not Lost Hope

A Pakistani Christian mother of five imprisoned and facing a death sentence for blasphemy, says she has not lost hope of being reunited with her family.

Underage Drinking Boosts Criminal Activity

A new study finds that there is a strong association between childhood drinking and criminal activity.

Nearly 1 in 3 Young U.S. Adults Have Arrest Records

By the time they're old enough to vote, roughly one in four Americans has had at least one criminal arrest. By age 23, the numbers rise to an estimated 33 percent.

USCIRF Reauthorized, But Seven Must Leave Panel

Congress granted the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom reauthorization for three more years.

LifeWay Ending Sale of Pink Bibles After Uproar

LifeWay Christian Resources has decided to pull pink breast cancer awareness Bibles off the shelves after a controversy erupted.

VIDEO: Carols of Christmas - Part I

History can be a great source of strength and affirmation, an aide to navigation, especially in dark and dangerous times.

Iranian Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani to Remain in Prison

Yousef Nadarkhani, who faces a potential death sentence for his Christian faith, will remain in prison for at least four more months.

Merry Christmas from the Family

“Mom got drunk and Dad got drunk” is not the typical opening of a Christmas carol. But in this week’s episode of “The Cross and the Jukebox,” we take a look at Montgomery Gentry’s version of the song, ”Merry Christmas from the Family,” a song that explores the darker side of Christmas... (Read more)

Number of Married Adults at All-Time Low

A new report by the Pew Research Center says only 51 percent of adults in the United States are currently married.

Algeria Stalls Appeal of Convicted Christian

Algeria's judicial system often keeps Christians locked up without officially punishing or acquitting them.

Fewer Kids Exposed to Unwanted Sexual Content Online

Kids are not being exposed as much to unwanted sexual solicitations or porn on the Internet, according to a new study.

Seven Things Every Parent Flying with Children this Christmas Should Know

In a few short days the family and I will be packing our bags and making our way to California.

After Kim Jong Il's Death, a Call for N. Korea to End Crimes Against Humanity

Religious freedom advocates are calling on the North Korean regime to end its brutal oppression of its citizens.

He Gives and Takes Away

When God takes something away, we are often quick to indict Him and question His goodness.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 19, 2011 |
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Virginia Allows Faith-Based Adoption Groups Freedom of Conscience

The Virginia Board of Social Services voted to allow faith-based adoption agencies the right not to place children with same-sex couples.

Decision on InterVarsity Chapter's Status Postponed

Members of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at SUNY Buffalo will have to wait until after Christmas to find out whether they can continue to be an official student group on campus.

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