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Synthetic Marijuana Can Cause Side Effects

Teens who use synthetic marijuana, also called K2 or spice, could end up in the emergency room experiencing some serious side effects, according to a new case report.

Nuns Traumatized After School Attack in Egypt

A mob of 1,500 Muslims trapped two nuns inside a school guesthouse for eight hours, brandishing swords and knives and threatening to burn them out.

A Father's Struggle with Sending a Son to War

This past week, I sent my 20-year-old son to war. As a father, how do I reconcile teaching my son to serve others when doing so is dangerous?

The Generation They Want to Be

The latest study is out on what is now commonly known as the Millennial generation, and it’s not pretty.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 19, 2012 |
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Eight Vietnamese Christians Imprisoned, State Media Calls Sentence 'Benevolent'

A Vietnamese court sentenced eight Christians to up to two-and-a-half years in prison for "disturbing the social order and promoting separatism."

Egyptian Christians Live in Fear as Islamic Government Takes Control

Thousands of Egypt's Coptic Christians have fled the country, but those who remain say conditions have steadily gotten worse.

UK Churches Soon Forced to Conduct Gay Marriages?

Church of England lawyers say a law to allow same-sex marriages in England would force Christians to conduct gay weddings in church.

Laos: Christians Threatened to Recant or Leave

Christians in two provinces in Laos are facing an ultimatum: recant their faith or be expelled from their villages.

Study: Liberals Most Likely to 'Unfriend' Over Political Disagreements

Liberals are about twice as likely as conservatives or moderates to block, unfriend or hide someone on a social networking site.

The Two Lies Too Many People Believe

Our culture has accepted two huge lies: The first is that if you disagree with someone's lifestyle, you must fear them or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe or do.

NASA Scientist Claims He Was Harassed, Demoted for Intelligent Design Beliefs

A Christian and former worker at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory says he was harassed and demoted for expressing his belief in intelligent design to coworkers.

What's Hot? 3/16/12

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

Saudi Islamic Leader: All Arabian Peninsula Churches 'Must Be Destroyed'

Saudi Arabia's grand mufti, the nation's highest Islamic authority, said no Christian churches should be allowed in the Arabian Peninsula.

Pastor Injured in Violent Attack in Cuba

A pastor in Cuba is recovering from brain damage after he was assaulted while trying to challenge the confiscation of a church truck by authorities.

China Restricts Foreign Aid to Religious Charities

Chinese religious charity groups must now do their work without the help of foreign donations.

Poll: Most Americans Back Exemption to Contraceptive Mandate

A majority of Americans say religiously affiliated organizations should be able to opt out of the Obama administration's abortion/contraceptive mandate.

Are Parents Ruining Youth Sports?

This is taking "March Madness" too far.

Hyper or Hypo?

The idea of “hyper-connectivity” is being constantly connected to electronic devices. It appears to be the bane of the so-called millennials, the generation born from 1981-2000 who came of age in the new millennium.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 15, 2012 |
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Egyptian Parliament: Break Ties With Israel

The Egyptian parliament voted unanimously Monday to support a document declaring Israel its number one enemy.

Study: Faith, Family Most Important to Reduce Race-Based Achievement Gap

According to a new study, the race-based achievement gap is greatly reduced among blacks and Latinos who have religious participation and parental involvement.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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