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Burma Army Targets Christian Civilians in War on Insurgents

Christian civilians and church buildings are often targeted in the Burmese government's military offensive against insurgents.

College Students Are Connected...to Their Cellphones

Survey says: College students are very connected to their cellphones. Duh. (Results via infographic.)

Catholic University Sued Over Muslim Students' Rights

A law professor has sued the Catholic University of America for not providing Muslim students with prayer rooms free of Christian symbols.

House to Consider 'In God We Trust' Resolution

The Republican-led House will consider this week a resolution that would reaffirm "In God We Trust" as the official motto of the United States.

'Doomsday Prophet' Harold Camping Apologizes for False Teachings

Harold Camping said he was wrong to predict Christ's return and confessed that, after decades of misleading his followers, he regrets his misdeeds.

PHOTOS: The Brevity of Time

We've had a glorious fall in Colorado this year. The mornings and evenings have been cool and the days delightfully warm. Aspen trees have painted the forests bright shades of yellow and gold.

Thinking Christianly About Economics

Your immediate response may be, “What does Christianity have to do with economics?” In response, I would say: Everything.

Less Than Half of Americans Know Romney's a Mormon

A new survey shows that less than half of Americans know GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is a Mormon.

Tim Tebow Teams With Children's Health Organization

Christian football star Tim Tebow is taking his ministry off the field and helping disabled children overseas.

Study to Research How Americans Relate to the Bible

A new three-year study, "The Bible in American Life," will focus on the way Americans read and interpret scripture.

Gay Play Creates Parental Uproar in Connecticut

Students and parents alike were shocked when a high school staged a homosexual-themed play without the option to opt out.

Eritrea: Three More Christians Die in Military Prisons, Toll at 21

Three more Christians imprisoned for practicing their faith have died in military prison camps in western Eritrea.

Girl Scouts Allow 7-Year-Old Boy to Join

Bobby Montoya, who dresses like a girl and has "loved girl stuff" since the age of two, wanted to join his sister in the group.

What's Hot? 10/28/11

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

Two Mars Hill Churches Dispute Unintentionally Similar Logo

Sacramento church will keep name, change logo. Seattle church now says demand letter was a mistake.

Tim Tebow -- a Fool?

Just over 60 miles north of my office in Colorado Springs sits Mile High Stadium, home of the Denver Broncos and the official headquarters of Tim Tebow mania.

Concerns for Tunisian Christians as Islamists Win Elections

The freedom of Christians could be compromised in the new Tunisia after the runaway success of Islamists in the country's first free elections.

Atheist Group Tries to Stop Prayers at High School Football Games

An atheist organization has accused an Alabama school district of allowing prayers during high school football games.

11 Biggest Mistakes for Parents Who Are Facebook Friends With Their Kids

So your kids finally friended you on Facebook. Congratulations! Now what? Avoid the top 11 mistakes parents make on Facebook. Avoid them like the plague.

Top 10 Teen Driver Mistakes

Gary Tsifrin, founder of Oakland, Calif.-based DriversEd.com, shares his expertise on some of the most common mistakes young drivers make.

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