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Bowdoin College Will No Longer Recognize Evangelical Group

An evangelical group at Bowdoin College will no longer be recognized by the university, after 40 years of gathering for Bible study, prayer and worship.

Taliban Attacks Karachi Airport in Pakistan

Taliban militants made an attack on the Karachi airport Tuesday for the second time in 48-hours. More than 30 people were killed in a security academy at Pakistan’s largest airport.

North Korea Says It Will Punish Anyone Examining Human Rights Abuses

North Korea’s Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea has announced it will “ruthlessly punish” anyone who contributes to the UN’s investigation into human rights violations in the nation.

California Youth Pastor Faces Murder Charge for Fight

A California youth pastor is facing a murder charges for pushing a man to the ground in a sports bar parking lot, who later died.

Methodists Fear Split as Denomination Reaches Homosexuality Impasse

Leaders of the United Methodist Church will gather in Florida on Wednesday to discuss church business; the church’s stance on homosexuality will likely be a hot button issue.

Boko Haram Kidnaps at Least 20 Women, 3 Men

Boko Haram militants have conducted another kidnapping in Borno state; this time, at least 20 women and three men were taken from the nomadic village of Garkin Fulani.

US Senate Unanimously Passes Act to Add FDR’s D-Day Landing Prayer to WWII Memorial

On June 6, the U.S. Senate passed by unanimous consent the WWII Memorial Prayer Act, legislation to add President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s D-Day Landing Prayer to the WWII memorial.

What Do You Do for Family Fun?

While we’re still a few weeks from the official start of summer on June 21, the Daly Family already has a summer kind of mind.

How Will Your Church Adjust to Gay Couples?

Have you thought about it? You better, because it's a question your church will face, sooner or later...

Anti-Mosque Today, Anti-Church Tomorrow?

If followers of Muhammad can’t have their minarets, will Christ’s disciples lose steeples? Could law-backed attacks on the faith of our neighbors strip the Bible Belt off America’s waist?

Should Truancy Officers Be Keeping Track of Teachers?

Public school teachers are absent from their classrooms an average of 6 percent of the time, according to a recent study released by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ).

Presbyterian Church May Recover Millions from Corporations that Affect Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The highest anticipated topic of conversation for the Presbyterian General Assembly will be the potential of the denomination divesting millions of dollars from companies that affect the conflict between Palestine and Israel.

Advocate Says ‘Transgender’ Agenda Recalls Days of Nazi Medical Experiments with Children

In recent months there have been a growing number of reports about “transgender children” in schools across the U.S., meaning children believe they are the opposite sex.

Newly Reelected Syrian President Declares Amnesty for Prisoners

Syria’s President Bashar Assad has declared a general amnesty for prisoners in the country, after winning the campaign for presidency in a landslide vote last week.

Justin Bieber Baptized in New York City

Popstar Justin Bieber was baptized in New York City over the weekend. The Canadian-born singer reportedly sought out a church to perform the baptism without gleaning media attention, but was discovered.

British Abortion Clinics Missing Records for Half of Aborted Down's Syndrome Babies

A newly released report claims that British abortion clinics have failed to record half of abortions that were performed on Down’s syndrome babies in 2012.

Rick Santorum on Christian cinema and why he wants to raise the bar: 'We must make an impact in popular culture'

Republican political Rick Santorum has adopted a new role running EchoLight Studios, a film studio that focuses solely on Christian audiences.

Appeals Court Begins Deliberations for Meriam Ibrahim's Death Sentence

The capital punishment sentence for condemned Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim is now being considered as the appeals court process has begun.

Half of Millennials Plan to Ask Parents for House Down Payment

According to a recent survey, 50 percent of millennials said they would ask their parents for financial help to come up with the necessary down payment to purchase a house.

The Transgender Tipping Point

Mainstream acceptance of homosexuality and the legalization of gay marriage virtually demand the acceptance of almost any other lifestyle. And first in line is the “T” in LGBT.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 09, 2014 |
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