Too many of our “opponents” see us as morally-prissy Victorians who don’t want people doing “naughty” things in our presence. Let’s demolish that pretense.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
A Muslim mob attempted to break into a church and kill a pastor who they accused of abducting a Muslim girl.
Commentators are suggesting that Jeremy Lin is just what the NBA needed, a “Taiwanese Tebow,” as some have dubbed him, pointing to his outward expression of the Christian faith and his ability to capture the attention of sports fans everywhere.
A pair of Christian innkeepers were ordered to pay $5,800 in damages to a gay couple they refused to allow to share a double room.
A federal judge granted a temporary restraining order to allow New York City churches to continue to meet in public schools for 10 more days.
After several years of decline, a new study shows fatalities among 16- and 17-year-old drivers in the first half of 2011 increased by 11% over the same time period in 2010.
Interpersonal relationships at home, school and with peers appear to be critical for positive mental health among young Canadian teens, a major study suggests.
A Colorado high school student quit the school choir after an Islamic song containing the words "There is no truth except Allah" made it into the repertoire.
Online pinboarding site Pinterest has reached more than 11 million unique monthly users in the US alone, making it the fastest independent site to reach over 10 million users. Is it the next wave of social media?
The Vow,starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum, was the number one film at the box office this past weekend, pulling in a remarkable $41 million.
With the help of Christian teenagers, one organization is spreading the Gospel to Bible-illiterate high school students in public schools.
I’m becoming increasingly convinced that this is one of the most overlooked, but important, apologetic messages for the world: "God not only loves you, He likes you."
Syrian pastors report many Christians targeted in the country's conflict, which a Middle East expert blames on Islamic fighters from all over the region.
Many Nigerians have fled to neighboring Cameroon to escape violence by the Islamist Boko Haram group and revenge attacks by Christians.
The Muslim Brotherhood is demanding that Egypt's ruling military generals give up their power and appoint a Brotherhood member as the new prime minister.
Christians from Kachin State have fled ongoing killings, torture, rape and the destruction of homes, churches and villages by the Burma Army.
Al Qaeda's support of Syrian rebels raises fears that Islamic extremists could exploit the uprising that began 11 months ago with calls for democratic change.
An atheist couple in Massachusetts believe their three children are being discriminated against with the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance.
- February 14, 2012 |