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U.S., Muslim Governments Address Religious Tolerance

The Obama administration is hosting representatives from Muslim countries who are upset over what they consider a lack of tolerance toward Islam.

Genocide Warning Issued for Christians in the Middle East

Christian Solidarity International has issued a genocide warning for endangered religious minorities in the Islamic Middle East.

Study Reveals Internet Evangelism is Effective

Online evangelism and discipleship are "truly measurable and effective," according to a new study.

This Would Make a Great Christmas Gift

Is there one person you can point to who helped “turn the tide” in your life?

Culture's Biggest Lies

Culture does lie, but obviously each lie is couched as something we should believe as true.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 12, 2011 |
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Tunisia's Religious Police: 'Is This the Fate of Tunisia?'

A "committee for the promotion of virtue and the prevention of vice" has been launched by radical Salafist groups to promote Islamic virtues.

Mob Attacks on Iraqi Christian Businesses Raise Security Concerns

Recent attacks by Muslim mobs in northern Iraq have raised questions about the future safety of the country's shrinking Christian population.

Nigeria: Bomb Blast in Kaduna Leaves At Least Eight Dead

A bomb blast rocked Kaduna last week, leaving at least eight dead and many badly injured and causing extreme damage.

Explorers Say They've Found Pieces of Noah's Ark

A group of scientists say they have discovered two large sections of Noah's ark below ice on the top of Mount Ararat in Turkey.

Pakistan: Young Christian Woman Killed During Attempted Rape

A 28-year-old Muslim man is in police custody for questioning for the murder of an 18-year-old Christian woman, who was shot to death during an attempted rape.

British Christians Fearlessly Proclaim Jesus' Name

Thousands of Christians all over the United Kingdom took to the streets to pray for their nation and proclaim the gospel.

What's Hot? 12/9/11

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

InterVarsity Suspended from New York University

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship was suspended from New York University at Buffalo after being accused of discriminating against a gay student.

Little Angels Help Lift Up Little Eyes

To many, Christmas is the season of angels, and I’m not referring to Clarence Odbody, George Bailey’s fictional guardian angel (Second Class) in the perennial holiday favorite It’s a Wonderful Life.

If Parents Drink and Drive, Their Kids May Too

Teens whose parents drink and drive are much more likely to do so themselves, a new U.S. government study finds.

Egypt: We'll Allow a Coptic President When Israel Allows a Muslim One

A Salafist leader said he would only accept a Christian president if Israel, the U.S. and Britain accepted Muslim presidents.

The Evangelical Blackout of Research on Sexual Orientation

Christian media talk a lot about homosexuality but rarely cover scientific research on the subject. Why the blackout?

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • December 08, 2011 |
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Pakistanis Fear For the Life of Christian Accused of Blasphemy

Khurram Masih, 25, was accused of destroying a copy of the Qur'an while working as a brickmason in a Muslim's home.

Billy Graham Response Team Heading Home After Two-Year Effort in Haiti

The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team has completed a 22-month deployment to Haiti, after arriving within 24 hours of the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake.

Clinton: Religious Objections Do Not Trump LGBT Rights

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said religious convictions should not trump gay rights.

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