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Research Links Later School Start Times to Teen Benefits

Findings of a University of Minnesota study are the first to conclusively link later morning school starts to higher test scores, better grades and fewer teen car crashes.

Terrorist Organization Boko Haram Assaults Nigerian Soldiers and Students

On March 14, members of the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram attacked an barracks in Maiduguri, Nigeria killing soliders and citizens.

Christian Relief Group Plans to Build Churches After Japanese Tsunami

In the three years since the tsunami in Japan, Christian relief organization Asian Access has continued to assist in the rebuilding of survivors' lives.

Urban Outfitters Selling Drunk Jesus T-Shirt

Urban Outfitters is certainly no stranger to scandal. The clothing retail chain has drawn many critics over the years, regardless of background or lifestyle.

Anglican Archbishop and Pope Francis Unite to Combat Slavery

The Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis have backed a Modern Slavery Bill, a landmark initiative that will see the Anglican and Catholic Churches unite to combat trafficking.

“Submissive Wives” Need Not Endure Emotional Abuse

Some weeks ago I shared three thoughts about submission in marriage. Today I want to expand a bit on the third point, “A husband’s authority over his wife is not absolute.”

British Woman Shares Horrific Ordeal of Gender-Selective Abortion

A British woman of Pakistani parentage has stepped forward to share her experience with gender-selective abortion.

Asia Bibi Blasphemy Trial Postponed

An appeal hearing for a woman sentenced to death for blasphemy against Muslim beliefs has been postponed.

Study: Teen Labor Force Plunged Over Past Decade

The numbers of working teenagers has plunged by nearly half over a decade, from 44 percent in 2000 to 24 percent in 2011.

China Rejects North Korea Crimes Report

China rejected a U.N. report alleging North Korea has committed crimes against humanity, essentially confirming fears that Beijing will shield its ally Pyongyang from international prosecution.

Former Westboro Pastor Fred Phelps is ‘On the Edge of Death’

The Topeka-Capitol Journal reports Pastor Fred Phelps Sr., founder of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, is in a Kansas hospice facility.

May We All be Irish

It was a pagan world, outside the borders of the accepted disciplines and understandings of civilization. And into this postmodern milieu, 1500 years before postmodernism was born, came Patrick, the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland (c. 5th century).

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 17, 2014 |
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How to Avoid This Leading Cause of Divorce

Mary Hunt was cheating on her husband. Her tryst, though, wasn’t with another man – but it had the power to destroy the marriage just the same. The secret Mary hid from her husband was about her financial infidelity – to the tune of $100,000 in credit card debt.

Why Christian Supporters of Same-Sex 'Marriage' Are Wrong

Or why Jesus would not bake a gay wedding cake.

NYC Explosion Leaves Evangelical Church Grieving

Spanish Christian Church was destroyed March 12 due to a deadly gas explosion in East Harlem.

Pastor Drops Dead in Church After Confessing Infidelity

A pastor in Connecticut died of a heart attack Sunday after confessing that he had an affair.

Businessman’s Kindness Towards Girl with Autism Hope-Renewing

Sometimes it seems like the culture is making our job as parents more difficult.

What's Hot? 03/14/14

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

Do You Need God to be Good? Rich Say “No,” Poor Say “Yes”

Are wealthier nations are less likely to believe that morality is inextricably linked to religion?

Battle of a Different Kind at US Air Force Academy

A campus wide rebellion at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs escalated recently when officials removed a Bible verse from a cadet’s dorm room door.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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