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Two Troops Killed in Afghanistan after U.S. Apology for Quran Burning

Gunmen killed two American NATO troops in Afghanistan, the latest retaliation by Afghan Muslims over the accidental burning of a Quran at a U.S. military base.

Does it Matter How You Dress for Church?

Does it matter what we wear to church?

Does Secular Music in the Church Endanger Sacredness?

A New Jersey megachurch's latest effort to engage the culture by using pop songs in its worship services has drawn some criticism.

Spiritual Colonoscopy

Throughout Christian history, there has been an abiding awareness that we need times of radical spiritual purging, deep personal exploration, followed by radical cleansing and even surgery.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 01, 2012 |
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BBC Director General Admits Christianity Gets Tougher Media Treatment

BBC's director general disclosed that Christianity was treated with less sensitivity than other religions because it had "pretty broad shoulders."

Teenage Brains Particularly Vulnerable to Concussions

A new study indicates teens may be more vulnerable to the effects of concussions than either adults or younger children.

Elderly Christian Woman Arrested in Iran

A 78-year-old Christian woman was arrested in Esfahan, Iran, as Iranian authorities continue to crack down on the growth of the house church movement.

Five Things Every Great Leader Has in Common

I recently came across an article from Travis Robertson. He's a consultant who helps people tap into their passions and maximize their God-given talents.

Israel to Keep U.S. in the Dark on Possible Iran Strike

According to an intelligence official, Israel does not plan to alert the U.S. if it decides to strike Iran's nuclear facilities.

What's Next for China's House Churches?

There is an increasing amount of visible evidence that the Chinese house church movement is growing both in number and influence.

Four Dead, 40 Injured in Nigeria Church Bombing

At least four people died and more than 40 were injured in a suicide bomb attack at a worship service in Jos, Nigeria, on Feb. 26.

Court: Pharmacists Don't Have to Dispense Certain Contraceptive Drugs

A federal court ruled that pharmacists in Washington state have the right to refuse to dispense "emergency contraception" drugs, trumping a 2007 law.

Familes See Tablets As Playmate, Teacher, Babysitter

The rise of gadgets is ushering in a new generation of kids who are growing up digital.

The Wisdom of an Old Footballer

Franz Beckenbauer is one of the most decorated “footballers” (soccer players) in the history of the game.

Richard Dawkins Says He's Not Entirely Sure God Doesn't Exist

Richard Dawkins, the "world's most famous atheist," conceded a tiny bit of doubt about his long-standing beliefs in a recent debate.

Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani Alive, Execution Looming

Yousef Nadarkhani was confirmed alive as of Sunday, but his attorneys say his execution order still remains in effect.

Teen Drivers and Marijuana: A Dangerous Trend

A growing percentage of teens do not see marijuana use as a distraction while driving, and nearly one in five (19%) say they have gotten behind the wheel after smoking pot, a new study reports.

Judge: NYC Churches Can Meet in Schools

A federal judge ruled Friday that congregations can continue meeting in rented public school space while their lawsuit against the city proceeds.

Best Quote on the Internet?

The trouble with quotes.

Marco Rubio = (A) Catholic (B) Non-Denominational (C) Mormon (D) All of the Above?

Rubio, the widely suspected top pick for the 2012 Republican vice presidential candidacy, spent his childhood as a Mormon.

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