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Obama to Announce 'Accommodation' for Religious in Contraception Controversy

Later today, the White House will likely announce an attempt to "accommodate" faith-based groups upset over the new contraceptive mandate.

'Very Grim' Future Faces Middle East Christians

Christians and other minorities face a grim future as the radical Muslim Brotherhood inevitably comes to power in Egypt and other Arab countries.

Islamic Extremists Behead Another Convert in Somalia

Islamic extremists from the rebel al Shabaab militia in Somalia beheaded a young Christian man on the outskirts of Mogadishu.

NY Senate Supports Churches' Use of Schools

The New York Senate passed a bill this week to reverse the New York City school district's ban on church services in rented public school space.

Depressed Adolescents More Likely to be Bullied

Does bullying lead to adolescent depression - or is it the other way around? New study suggests the latter.

Deportation Looms for 95 Indonesian Christian Refugees in New Hampshire

95 Indonesian Christians who have lived in New Hampshire for 15 years face immediate deportation to their Muslim-majority homeland.

This is the Face of Clarity, Charity and Conviction

Up until yesterday morning, Karen Handel, who is openly pro-life, was the vice president of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. But as the controversy continued to swirl over Komen's decision to reinstate its funding of Planned Parenthood, Ms. Handel resigned her post.

Americans Evenly Divided on Gay Marriage, Most Evangelicals Opposed

The latest polling on gay marriage found that the public divides almost evenly on the issue, while evangelical Christians express the greatest opposition.

Theology and Culture

There is a great deal of discussion these days in regard to understanding culture sociologically, but very little about understanding it theologically.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 09, 2012 |
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The Global War on Christians in the Islamic World

"Instead of falling for overblown tales of Western Islamophobia, let's take a real stand against the Christophobia infecting the Muslim world."

Unrest Growing in Syria, Hundreds Dead

Syrian forces continue to crack down on protesters in Homs, killing more than 300 in renewed conflict just days after the U.S. closed its embassy in Damascus.

Prop 8 Marriage Decision Stings But Doesn't Shock

I suspect more people were surprised with the New York Giants victory in the Super Bowl than were shocked to learn that two members of a three-member panel of the liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals have once again ruled California’s Prop 8 marriage vote to be unconstitutional.

Air Force Removes 'God' From Logo

A group of Republican lawmakers is protesting the removal of a reference to God in the patch logo for the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office.

Frequent Childhood Moves Linked to Health, Drug Problems

Children whose families move around a lot may be at increased risk for psychological problems and substance use later in life, according to a new study.

Some Kids Perform Poorly at School Due to Problems at Home

Researchers in the U.K. have found about 25% of children were likely to perform poorly at school if families had multiple social issues.

White House: Women 'Deserve' to Have Employers Buy Them Contraceptives

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said women "deserve" to have their employers buy them health insurance plans that cover contraceptives and abortifacient drugs.

California Appeals Court Rules Voter-Approved Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

A federal appeals court today declared California's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, likely paving the way for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

Stressed Kids More Likely to Become Obese

The more ongoing stress children are exposed to, the greater the odds they will become obese by adolescence, according to a new study.

The Komen Foundation was Bullied by the Left

The Susan G. Komen foundation succumbed this past Friday to a relentless barrage of political bullying.

11-Year-Old Ex-Muslim Boy Clings to Christian Faith Despite Beatings

An 11-year-old former Muslim boy in Turkey named Hussein has remained strong in his faith despite beatings, bullying and assaults.

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