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Are We Bullies on a Social Media Playground?

Is it just me, or have you noticed a real increase in downright meanness online these days?

IRS Agrees to Monitor Churches for Electioneering

The Internal Revenue Service said it will monitor churches and other houses of worship for electioneering in a settlement reached with an atheist group.

Baker Who Refused to Make "Support Gay Marriage" Cake Says Family is Staying True to Beliefs

Daniel McArthur, manager of the Christian-owned bakery that refused to make a “Support Gay Marriage” cake, is speaking out about his family’s commitment to their beliefs.

Add Caffeine Powder to List of Teen Risks

The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to avoid pure powdered caffeine sold on the Internet after the death of an Ohio teen.

Study Claims Children Exposed to Religion Have Difficulty Distinguishing between Fact and Fiction

A new study claims that children who are exposed to religion have more difficulty determining between fact and fiction than children who have not been exposed to religion.

Child Evangelism Fellowship Targets Children of Portland under Harsh Criticism

Christian group Child Evangelism Fellowship has set its sights on bringing the children of Portland to Christianity. CEF’s Good News Club is targeting kids at typical summer locations to join the group amidst harsh criticism.

Head of Iraq's Largest Church Says ISIS is Worse than Genghis Khan

Louis Raphael Sako, the Catholic Patriarch and head of Iraq’s largest church, has condemned the actions of ISIS militants as “heinous.”

Egypt Calls for Israeli, Palestinian Peace Talks

Egypt has again called for peace talks between Israel and Gaza. Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri met with Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday to discuss a ceasefire possibility.

Do Kittens Have a Mentor?

I’m not sure what it is about cat videos but the Internet is full of clips about felines – cute ones, grumpy ones, you name it.

Injured Colorado Shooting Victim's Forgiveness of Shooter Inspires Novel Character

Author Rhett Barbaree says that Pourciau’s act of forgiveness mirrors the themes of his book "Thank God for Boll Weevils."

Court Rules for Christian College in Transgender Dispute

A Christian university in Oregon can keep the rooming restrictions it has placed on a transgendered student, without risking any penalty from the federal government.

Hobby Lobby Critics Target Green Family’s Bible-based Projects

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby over the contraceptive mandate, critics have zeroed in on the Green family’s plans for a Bible museum and public school curriculum.

Last Christian Forced Out of Mosul after 2,000 Years

Christians have inhabited Mosul for over 2,000 years, but the last Christian fled the Iraqi city on Saturday around noon. ISIS militants had demanded that all Christians leave Mosul, convert to Islam or be killed.

England Celebrates 20 Years of Female Priests, Looks to Women Bishops

Durham Cathedral gathered Saturday 19th July 2104 to Celebrate 20 Years of Women’s Priestly Ministry in the Diocese of Durham.

More Millennials Living With Family Than Seniors

Twice as many Americans live in multigenerational households compared to 1980. And Millennials are the ones driving the increase.

Fighting Erupts in Ukraine in Aftermath of Plane Crash as Netherlands Demands Bodies Returned

Fighting continued in Ukraine’s Donetsk region Monday just days after a Malaysia Airlines plane crash killed nearly 300 people.

Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills Two, Injures 15

A suicide bomber killed two people and injured 15 in an attack in the Helmand province of Afghanistan. Authorities believe the bomber was a member of the Taliban.

Boko Haram Burns Nigerian Village, Kills Over 100

Boko Haram militants killed over 100 people as they burned the village of Damboa in a horrific act of violence and terrorism. Residents who escaped the burning structures were gunned downed by militants.

Israel-Gaza Conflict Death Toll Tops 500 as World Leaders Call for Ceasefire

The conflict between Israel and Gaza has seen its deadliest day since violence began almost two weeks ago.

A Vision for the Arts

There is a sense where the church used to be the patron of the arts. But somewhere along the line we kind of got screwed up and we began to give the arts back to the world.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 21, 2014 |
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