A long tradition at ChurchandCulture.org is the summer reading post – meaning the once-a-year list of ten books that might be worth your while to peruse during some (hopefully) extra reading time over your summer.
- June 12, 2014 |
Typing and “quick communication” have taken over our lives. From the endless emails that are part of many of our jobs to text messages asking if someone can pick up bread and milk on their way home, typing has largely replaced handwriting.
- June 12, 2014 |
A survey has concluded that Christian moviegoers want to see films that are biblically accurate. The poll, conducted by American Insights, found that “historical and biblical accuracy is important” to most Christians.
Bodies of Christian children and their parents litter the chaotic streets of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, as violent Muslim extremists have seized a terrorized city Iraqi Christians once considered their last safe refuge.
The Southern Baptist Convention voted at their annual meeting Tuesday against the “moral validation” of transgender people.
Actress Angelina Jolie will be speaking today at a global summit in London, in an effort to end wartime rape.
Recognizing a generational shift away from marriage in the UK, a new study projects that only 52% of men and 53% of women who are now 20-years-old will marry during their lifetimes.
Pastor Ronnie Floyd has won the election for the Southern Baptist Convention presidency; the Arkansas megachurch pastor won 51.62 percent of the vote.
Ed Stetzer, president of LifeWay Research, has been consistently coming out with interesting and relevant perspectives on the Christian faith, the general culture and the interaction between the two. I enjoyed sitting down with him in Nashville recently for an interview on his popular internet-based show.
Top Catholic and Orthodox church officials in North America are calling on the Vatican to let married men become priests in Eastern rite Catholic churches.
A new study reveals that despite significant efforts to discourage cyberbullying, and its negative effects, 87% of youth have witnessed cyberbullying, nearly tripling the number from 2013.
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 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’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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.