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'God's Not Dead' Continues to Impress at Box Office

God's Not Dead produced by Freestyle Releasing earned $7.7 million over the weekend bringing its total to $33 million.

19 Dead after Solomon Islands Flash Floods, 40 Still Missing

Flash floods in the Solomon Islands killed 19 people and left approximately 49,000 homeless in the aftermath.

Florida Megachurch Pastor Resigns Over 'Moral Failing'

Bob Coy, pastor of the 20,000-member Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale church resigned from his post on April 3.


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  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 07, 2014 |
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Good News: Common-Sense Abortion Industry Rules Upheld in Texas

The first time some people heard of the dangers abortion can pose for the woman was during the court trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell last year. Kermit Gosnell was ultimately found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar, who died from complications from her abortion.

Fight Church: “Can you really love your neighbor as yourself and then punch him in the face?”

A new documentary exploring the world of Mixed Martial Arts and Christianity is set to premiere April 24 at the Independent Film Festival of Boston.

Catholic Church Releases Sexual Abuse Report

A report from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops says that the Catholic Church spent about $3 billion for allegations of sexual abuse.

What's Hot? 04/04/14

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

World Vision Board Member Resigns in Response to Organization's Gay Policy

Jacquelline Fuller, member of the World Vision board, has resigned after the policy changes that occurred within the organization last week.

Court Rules NYC Schools Can Ban Churches Gathering in Off Hours

New York City schools can ban churches from holding services in buildings outside of school hours based on a decision of the 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals.

Mozilla CEO Steps Down After Employees Attack Traditional Marriage Beliefs

Co-founder of Mozilla Brendan Eich has stepped down from his position as CEO. Eich was attacked by employees of the company for his personal views on gay marriage.

How to Respond to the Ousting of Mozilla’s CEO

This is the kind of news story that will make you shake your head at where we are as a culture.

The Drugging of the American Boy

Nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Millions of those boys will be treated with a powerful stimulant. Some will experience serious side effects from those drugs. Many of the diagnoses are wrong, and most of those boys will be drugged for no good reason.

The Three Biggest Questions People Have After Seeing "Noah"

"Noah" has clearly shown us the genuine desire to dig deeper into some of the issues related to the story, and specifically, questions about some of the dynamics of the film itself.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 03, 2014 |
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Palestine Petitions UN for Membership, Peace Talks with Israel Threatened

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is petitioning the United Nations for membership, a move that threatens peace talks that had been going on with Israel.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Limits on Campaign Contributions

The Supreme Court struck down putting a cap on campaign spending limits in a 5 to 4 decision, meaning wealthy donors can contribute an unlimited amount of funds to candidates.

ACLU Defends Child Not Allowed to Read Bible in School

A Tennessee branch of the REACH after school program is under fire for telling a child that he could not read his Bible while at the program.

The Jesus Film to Re-Release After 35 Years

In honor of its 35th anniversary, "The Jesus Film" is being re-released in stores.

Queen Elizabeth to Meet Pope Francis for the First Time

Queen Elizabeth II will meet Pope Francis today during her visit to Rome, the first international trip the Queen has taken in over two years.

Muslim Protestors Murder Christian Woman in Egypt

Muslim protesters in Egypt reportedly beat and murdered Mary Sameh George, a Coptic Christian, in “retaliation” for recent rulings by an Egyptian court.

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