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Nigerian Government Kills Mastermind of Anti-Christian Attack

Nigerian forces raided an Islamist base in Kano, killing the suspected mastermind of an attack on Christian worshippers on a university campus on Sunday.

Some Teens May be Wired for Addiction

A new study suggests that some teenagers may be more inclined to experiment with drugs and alcohol, simply because their brains work differently, making them more impulsive.

Anti-Bullying Speaker Curses Christian Teens

As many as 100 high school students walked out of a national journalism conference after an anti-bullying speaker started cursing and attacking the Bible.

Billboard Wisdom

A colleague’s son snapped a picture of this billboard the other day. He sent it to his father, along with the following three-word message: “Love you, Dad.”

Secularists Counter National Day of Prayer with National Day of Reason

As millions of Americans will commemorate the National Day of Prayer this Thursday, atheists will mark a day of their own.

Pastor, 20 Worshippers Killed in Nigeria Church Attacks

At least 21 are dead after gunmen suspected to be members of Boko Haram opened fire in two separate incidents targeting church services in northern Nigeria.

Bullied Children at Greater Risk for Self-Harm

Children who are bullied are three times more likely than others to self-harm by the time they are 12 years old, according to a new study.

Opposition to Gay Marriage Lower in 2012 Campaign

Opposition to gay marriage is significantly lower in 2012 compared to the previous two presidential campaigns.

The Most Important Thing a Father Can Do

The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.

Egypt: Christian Given Six-Year Prison Sentence for 'Blasphemy'

A judge in Upper Egypt has upheld a six-year prison sentence for a Coptic Christian wrongly convicted of "blasphemy" against Islam.

News for the Non-Newspapered

Designing and marketing a newspaper to people who demonstrate no interest in reading the existing newspaper presents a challenge.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 30, 2012 |
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Planned Parenthood Spokesman Joins Obama Administration

The Obama administration has hired a Planned Parenthood spokesman to be one of its spokesmen.

Arizona Governor Signs More Pro-Family Legislation

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law three pieces of legislation protecting life, religious freedom and taxpayer funding of arts programs.

Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest

Separatist Islamist rebels released a Swiss Christian woman kidnapped by a private militia on April 15 amid turmoil in Timbuktu, Mali.

Chinese Activist Reportedly Escapes Home Prison

A blind Chinese human rights activist who was being imprisoned and tortured in his own home has reportedly escaped.

Survey: Millennials' Religious 'Unaffiliation' Similar at Faith-Based, Public Colleges

"Millennials" enrolled in faith-based colleges are just as likely to leave the religious affiliation of their childhood as students at public universities.

East Africa: Grandfather Steals Children From 'Infidel' Christian Son

A man in a heavily Muslim region of East Africa recently kidnapped his grandchildren upon discovering that their father -- his son -- was teaching them about Christianity.

Million Dollar Bounty on Tim Tebow?

A raunchy website that facilitates extramarital affairs has announced it will award 1 million dollars to any person who can prove that New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow has engaged in a sexual relationship.

Azerbaijan: Waiting for State Approval to Sell Religious Books

About 100 shops that want to sell religious books and items are still waiting for the required state licenses.

Christian Pastor Shot Dead in the Philippines

A pastor of a Philippines church was shot dead in Quezon City by two unknown gunmen in front of his teenage daughter on Wednesday night.

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