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Philippines Pastors Face Death for Ministry to Muslims

Though the Philippines is a mostly Christian nation, Christians in the south face persecution and death where Muslims are trying to build an Islamic state.

Wisconsin Returns Sex-Ed Decisions to Schools

Wisconsin's legislature repealed a law mandating that comprehensive sex education be taught in schools, allowing educators to choose their own lessons.

Should Christians Boycott Starbucks?

Some Christians are wondering whether we ought to join a boycott of Starbucks for supporting same-sex marriage.

Report: Teens are Watching More TV, Not Less

Contrary to the popular notion, for all the time teens spend staring at small screens, it's still the television screen that gets most of their attention.

Electronics Top Distractions for Teen Drivers

A new study of teen driving behavior has found that the use of electronic devices is the leader among distracted driving behaviors.

Doctors See "Cinnamon Challenge" as a Recipe for Disaster

In a new trend, kids are trying to swallow a spoonful of cinnamon without drinking water - or vomiting - and preferably as a video camera is rolling. But doctors aren't laughing. They say the practice can cause serious injuries.

Peyton Manning Deserves Prayers, Not Vengeance

Is it ever right to wish ill upon someone? I don’t think so.

N.H. Gay Marriage Repeal Bill Defeated

A bill that would have reversed New Hampshire's gay marriage law was defeated in the Republican-controlled state House of Representatives.

Still Hungry

Am I the only one with no appetite for "The Hunger Games"?

Spiritual Malpractice

What makes someone an atheist? I know, the “Reason Rally” would say “reason.” I’m not so sure.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 26, 2012 |
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Salafist Leaders Celebrate Death of Coptic Pope in Egypt

As Egyptian Coptic Christians mourned the death of their leader, Salafist Muslims issued a litany of insults and called him "the head of the infidels."

Religious Freedom Group Names Worst Offenders

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom released its annual report listing the nations most prone to violating religious freedom.

'Blue Like Jazz' Director Steve Taylor Stirs Up Controversy

Steve Taylor, director of the upcoming movie Blue Like Jazz, is stirring up controversy for recent comments about the "Christian movie establishment."

Tennessee School Board Temporarily Halts Pre-Game Prayers

The town of Lenoir City, Tenn., is suspending prayers before school meetings and football games after receiving complaints that the prayers were unconstitutional.

Report Says Anti-Semitism on the Rise in Europe

Days after a gunman murdered a rabbi and three children at a Jewish school in France, a new study reports widespread anti-Semitism across Europe.

A Dose of Pouty Magic

I mentioned the other day that my colleague and Tim Tebow fanatic, Sue, was pouting over the arrival of Peyton Manning to the Denver Broncos and the subsequent trade of Tim to the New York Jets.

Growth of Christianity in Iran 'Explosive'

The number of Muslims coming to Christ from Islam is growing faster and faster in Iran, especially among young people.

What's Hot? 3/23/12

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

52 Killed in String of Iraq Bombings, Baghdad Church Targeted

The Syrian Orthodox Church of St. Matthew in Baghdad was one of the targets in a string of bombings by Iraqi Muslim extremists Tuesday that killed at least 52.

92% of College Students Have Lied on Résumés

Study finds almost all job seeking college students have lied at least once on a résumé.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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