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Because She Chose Life ...

Because she chose life ... Steve Jobs was given an opportunity to transform the world of personal computing.

Couple Has Eight Children in One-Child China

A Chinese man and woman are parents to eight babies with the help of two surrogate mothers, shattering the boundaries of the country's coercive population-control mandates.

Egypt's 75-Percent Islamist Parliament Holds First Session

Egypt's newly elected parliament held its inaugural session yesterday, with Islamists making up nearly 75 percent of the 498-seat chamber.

Eight in Ten Teens Lie to Parents

Survey results from the Josephson Institute of Ethics on the values and ethical actions of more than 40,000 high school students, reveals eight in ten students have lied to their parents.

The Gospel in an Abortion Culture

What we often forget is the second casualty of an abortion culture: the consciences of countless men and women.

Nigeria: Death Toll Rises in Bomb Attacks, Christians Increasingly Fearful

A series of attacks by militant Islamist group Boko Haram killed more than 185 in Nigeria's northern states of Bauchi and Kano during the weekend.

Obama: Roe v. Wade Ensures Our Daughters Have Same Chance to 'Fulfill Dreams'

In a statement on the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, President Obama said it was a chance to recognize the "fundamental constitutional right" to abortion.

Is it a Sin to Watch a Movie That Takes God's Name in Vain?

Our Plugged In team receives thousands of emails each year, asking a variety of entertainment-related questions. I’d like to share one which we received recently.

Opiate of the Masses?

Opponents of religion think that religious faith persists by means of a stubborn, unenlightened, and uneducated lower class. But what do recent studies show?

Home-Building in Rural Guatemala Leads to Discipleship, Church Planting

A ministry committed to meeting the physical needs of Guatemalans has paved the way for church planting and many turning to Christ.

What Business Are You In?

Eastman Kodak, a historic blue-chip American company, filed for bankruptcy because it didn’t adapt to the digital age.

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  • January 23, 2012 |
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Are Presidential Candidates Turning Voters Off With Expressions of Faith?

Only one in six Americans, or 16 percent, said they were more likely to vote for a candidate who regularly shared their religious beliefs.

Fears for Safety of Pakistani Christian Man Accused of Blasphemy

A young man arrested last month after being falsely accused of burning pages from the Quran is being tortured and beaten in prison.

New Hampshire House Defunds Planned Parenthood

The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted 207-147 to pass a bill stripping state funding of any group performing elective abortions.

The Commercial That Led Them to Christ

I want to share an exciting postscript to Monday’s piece, Some Numbers Are More Important Than a Score.

Christians Report Lowest Growth Rate in Israel

According to a recent report from the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, Christians have the lowest growth rate among Israelis.

Muslim Brotherhood: Ultimate Goal 'Mastership of the World'

"The Brotherhood is getting closer to achieving its greatest goal," said the Muslim Brotherhood's supreme leader.

Sudan Threatens to Arrest Church Leaders

Sudan's Ministry of Guidance and Religious Endowments has threatened to arrest church leaders for preaching or evangelizing.

What's Hot? 1/20/12

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

New Presbyterian Denomination Formed

A new Presbyterian denomination called The Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians has been launched this week at the Fellowship of Presbyterians Covenanting Conference.

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