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Who's Your Caddy in Life?

Sports fans are now familiar with the name Bubba Watson, the winner of this past weekend’s Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

Teens Still Texting While Driving

Despite high profile campaigns against distracted driving, a new survey from State Farm indicates many teens might be ignoring the message.

Vanderbilt Faith Groups Form Coalition to Oppose 'All-Comers' Policy

Eleven Christian student groups at Vanderbilt University have joined together to oppose the school's nondiscrimination policy.

The Real Integrity Test

If you lie, commit adultery, take drugs, break the speed limit, drink and drive, and willingly handle stolen goods, you’re in good company. Or at least company.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 12, 2012 |
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British Lawmakers Approve Prayer at Town Halls

The British government has restored the rights of town and city councils to hold prayers as part of their official business, effectively overriding a High Court order to stop the practice.

Turkey's Religious Freedom Record Slides

Hostility toward Christians in Turkey has persisted long enough for a U.S. religious rights watchdog to recommend it as a "Country of Particular Concern."

When Christians Support Atheists

Would you give money to a person who has made life miserable for you?

Christian Leader Beheaded as Islamists Terrorize Mali

A Christian leader has been beheaded and others are being threatened with similar treatment as Islamist militants run amok in Mali, West Africa.

Israel a Haven for Christians Amid Islamic Persecution in Middle East

As radical Islamic groups are rising to power across the Middle East, many Christians are finding a safe haven in Israel.

Meditations from Jefferson’s Grave

Standing at Thomas Jefferson's grave reminds me how limited even his legacy can be, in the grand scheme of trillions of years of cosmic time.

Anti-Sharia Bill Defeated in Oklahoma Senate

The Oklahoma state Senate voted down a bill that would have prohibited state judges from considering foreign laws, including religious laws, in their decisions.

Lao Officials Confiscate Church Buildings

Officials last week confiscated and sealed a church building in southern Laos after holding a two-day seminar warning against religious belief.

Three Things Bubba Watson and Tim Tebow Have in Common

Rarely do Easter and the world of sports mix so smoothly, but yesterday they did.

Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani, Still Alive, Passes 900th Day in Jail

Though still facing a possible execution, imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is still alive -- and recently passed his 900th day behind bars for being a Christian.

Teens Give Up the Wheel

Young people’s desire to drive wanes, overwhelmed by online networking.

Cells Like Teen Spirit

More than one-third of U.S. adolescents have an iPhone, survey finds.

Suicide Car Bombing Kills 38 in Nigeria on Easter Sunday

A suicide car bomber detonated his explosives on a busy road in Kaduna after attempting to drive into a church compound and apparently being turned away by a security guard.

Special-Protections Measure Fails in Alaska

Anchorage residents shot down a measure that would have expanded the city’s nondiscrimination ordinance to include "sexual orientation and transgender identity."

The Monday After Easter

I don’t know how Easter Sunday went for you, but I have a hunch.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 09, 2012 |
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No Progress in Investigation of Attack on Cuban Pastor

Local officials in Moa, Cuba have told the family of a Cuban pastor who was violently attacked and left for dead in February that they have no suspects in the case.

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