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What's Hot? 3/2/12

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

Is It Right for a Christian to Take Anti-Depressants?

A concerned Christian wrote to me asking this: "If I have the Holy Spirit, why do I need this drug? Is it ethical for a Christian to take drugs like this?"

Kazakhstan Heightens Religious Crackdown

Kazakhstan has heightened its crackdown on religious freedom, stripping previously recognized religious groups of their registrations.

Ronald Reagan on Fatherhood

What does fatherhood mean today in America?

Indonesian Muslims Pressure Red Cross to Remove Cross From Logo

The Indonesian Red Cross says it will never change its traditional logo that has made it famous around the world, despite criticism from an Islamist party.

Rick Warren's Bridge-Building With Muslims Draws Criticism

The Rev. Rick Warren of Saddleback Church, one of America's most influential pastors, has received criticism for a new effort to bring Christians and Muslims together.

Bully-Victims 3x More Likely to Have Suicidal Thoughts by Age 11

Researchers found children who are both victims and bullies ('bully-victims'), are at highly increased risk of considering suicide, or have planned and engaged in suicidal or self-harming behavior by 11-12 years of age.

Ohio School Shooting Victim's Mother Forgives Gunman

The mother of one of the three teens killed in Monday's shooting at Ohio's Chardon High School says she has forgiven the suspected gunman.

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.

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