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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.

Talking To Your Self

Imagine you could go back in time and talk to your younger self. What would you say?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 27, 2012 |
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Alabama Bill Would Allow Religion Classes Off Campus

The bill would allow ministries to teach a religion class to public school students off campus if parents and schools gave permission.

Court Says Quebec Parents Can't Pull Students Out of Religion Class

Canada's highest court has ruled that children in Quebec schools cannot opt out of a course on ethics and world religions.

Miseries of Christians in Pakistan Abound Under Islamic Domination

According to a Christian leader who had to flee the country for his life, the miseries of Christians in Pakistan are enormous and visible in every realm of society.

Virginia Senate Rejects Personhood Bill for Unborn Children

Just hours after a Virginia Senate committee narrowly approved a bill that would give unborn children the legal rights of citizens, the bill was defeated in the full Senate.

Nigerian Muslims Slit the Throat of 79-Year-Old Christian Woman

Police discovered the body of a 79-year-old Christian woman killed in northeast Nigeria, with a note left on her chest reading, "We will get you soon."

Islamic Extremists Storm Pakistan Church, Wound Two Christians

A dozen armed Muslims stormed a church in Faisalabad, seriously wounding two Christians. The church has been charged with "proselytizing."

Campus Christian Groups Told to 'Stop Whining,' Meet in Homes Like in Communist China

An Americans United for the Separation of Church and State official told Vanderbilt Christian groups to "stop whining" about the school's nondiscrimination policy.

National Pray for Marriage Day

Brother Lawrence, a lay minister at a Carmelite Paris monastery in the mid 1600s, frequently extolled the power and benefits of prayer.

White House, State Department Call for Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani's Release

The White House and the U.S. State Department have released statements calling for the release of imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.

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