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What They Don’t Teach Lawyers…or Ministers

There are wonderful exceptions, I know, but by and large, the contemporary American seminary mirrors the contemporary American law school – and in all the worst ways.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 28, 2011 |
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Egyptian Mufti Downplays Christian Persecution

Egypt's highest Islamic legal official denied that Coptic Christians faced religious discrimination in the Muslim-majority country.

U.S. Birth Rates Hit New Low

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a drop in national birth rates for the third straight year.

'Arab Spring' Means 'Christian Winter' For Persecuted Christians

For the small Christian minorities in the Middle East and Africa, the "Arab Spring" has resulted in increased persecution.

Saudi Journalist Warns: It's 'The Muslim Brotherhood Spring'

A Saudi journalist and expert on Islamic fundamentalism says the Arab Spring should be renamed "The Muslim Brotherhood Spring."

Thankful for the Fleas

This Thanksgiving, give thanks to God for every good and perfect gift.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 26, 2011 |
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More Businesses Than Ever Rated 'Gay-Friendly'

What do Toyota, Starbucks, Delta Airlines and Apple have in common? They all received perfect scores for their gay-friendly policies.

Malaysia: Subtle Attempts to Convert Christian Preschoolers?

Christian parents are concerned about subtle attempts to impart Islamic teachings and practices to children in rural state preschools.

India: Pastor Arrested for Baptizing Muslim Converts

Christian leaders call for the release of a Kashmiri pastor arrested on charges of forced conversion for baptizing Muslim converts.

City Drops Fines Against Bible Study Hosts

San Juan Capistrano, Calif., agreed to pay back the $300 it had fined a couple this summer for hosting a Bible study in their home.

Study: Only 46 Percent of Children Grow Up in Intact Homes

A new study shows that only 46 percent of children in the United States will reach age 17 having grown up in a home with biological parents who are married.

In Washington, a Five-Fold Increase in Lobbying by Religious Groups

The number of religious groups lobbying in Washington has increased fivefold since 1970 to become a nearly $400-million industry.

Adolescent Boys More Prone to Delinquency Without a Father

A new study finds adolescent boys are more prone to delinquency if they do not have a father figure in their lives.

Seconds and Thirds

Tomorrow’s celebration of Thanksgiving conjures up so many memories for all of us. As I’ve shared in the past, my recollections of the holiday as a child bring with them a mixed bag of emotions.

More than 700 Unborn Saved in 40 Days

732 unborn babies were protected from abortion from Sept. 28 to Nov. 6 during pro-life group 40 Days for Life's fall campaign.

Paul Harvey: So God Made a Farmer

Paul Harvey,the late radio legend, shares an essay at the 1978 National F.F.A. (Future Farmers of America) Convention.

Poll Reveals Reasons Behind Mississippi Personhood Loss

A post-election poll following the defeat of Mississippi's personhood amendment showed surprising results about why those who voted "no" did so.

From Pakistani Slum, 5,000-Seat Church Rises

The newly built church in Karachi is a testament to the resilience and hope of Pakistani Christians amid persecution.

Somali Famine Victims Scared to Return Home

Parts of Somalia are beginning a slow recovery from famine, but some Somali refugees say they won't return home.

Democracy in Indonesia 'A Lie'

Despite Indonesia's movement toward democracy, human rights groups say the country continues to allow the targeting of religious minorities.

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