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Another Christian Dies in Eritrean Prison Camp

Yosief Kebedom Gelai, a recently converted single Christian, died July 5. Yosief, 41, had been sick for a long time, but harsh treatment at a secret Medefera incarceration center aggravated the effects of the unknown disease.

Former New York Times Writer Blasted for Creationism

Virginia Heffernan, a former New York Times technology and culture writer who now writes for Yahoo! News, wrote in a column last Thursday that she believes God created the world. Criticism has been swift.

Syrian Christian Girls Describe Daily Life of Fear, Violence

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, approximately 100,000 people have been killed in the civil war between government forces and rebels. The death total includes 5,000 children under the age of 16.

Fuller Seminary Allows First LGBT Campus Group

Fuller Theological Seminary in California has approved an official student organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students. Although other Christian schools have approved similar organizations, Fuller is the first evangelical seminary to do so.

Maryland Couple Considering 'Puberty Blockers' to Make Their Girl a Boy

A Maryland couple has no regrets about their decision to allow their 5-year-old daughter to live as a boy.

Pakistan: Christian Sent to Prison for 'Blasphemy' in Spite of Accuser's Retraction

A court in Pakistan on Saturday sentenced a Christian to life in prison for alleged blasphemy in spite of the complainant retracting the accusation and admitting police pressured him into making it.

Racial Justice and the Godness of God

The gospel reclaims the dignity of humanity and the lordship of God. It is a gospel that presents us with a brother who puts the lie to any claim to racial superiority as he takes on the glory and limits of our common humanity in Adam.

Teen Cigarette Smoking Drops to New Low

Cigarette smoking hit the lowest point ever recorded among American eighth-graders, high school sophomores and seniors last year, a newly released report shows.

85 Percent Say Christian Photographer Has Right to Turn Down Same-Sex Wedding Job

Eighty-five percent of American adults believe if a Christian wedding photographer who has deeply held religious beliefs opposing same-sex marriage is asked to work a same-sex wedding ceremony, he has the right to say no.

Zimmerman Acquittal Sparks Nationwide Protests

Protesters across the United States have taken to the streets, calling for federal charges after a Florida jury acquitted neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman of murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Things to Remember About PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a contributing factor to the challenges many of these couples and families face.

The False God of Condemnation

One of the more important pastoral words I find myself passing on, time and again, is the difference between conviction and accusation

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 15, 2013 |
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Crossing the Gay 'Marriage' Rubicon

Now that the Supreme Court ruling provides the legal basis to overturn marriage laws in every state, what are Christians to do?

Doctors' Group Warns Members Against 'Homophobic' Attitudes

The American Academy of Pediatrics, an organization representing 60,000 pediatricians, has published bold new advice for doctors who may find themselves treating "lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning" youth: Watch your attitude.

Sudan Tracking Down Converts From Islam in Purge of Christianity

A Sudanese Christian has fled the country after authorities in Khartoum threatened to kill him for refusing to divulge names of converts from Islam.

Study: Living Together Before Marriage Leads to Less Commitment

According to a recent study, living together before marriage often fails.

What's Hot? 7/12/13

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

Liberty University Will Petition Supreme Court to Hear Obamacare Employer Mandate Suit

Liberty University announced Thursday that it will petition the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its lawsuit over Obamacare's employer mandate.

Why Treating Your Family Like Customers is a Good Idea

It’s a familiar formula for movie and TV plots: the hugely successful, workaholic husband and dad is a failure at home. His wife feels like he’s a stranger, and his kids resent him. The man’s life is crumbling around him, even while his career is in high gear. The reason the plot is used again and again is because it sadly echoes reality in far too many homes across the country.

Senate Committee Passes LGBT Protections

A Senate committee has approved a controversial bill that would extend special workplace rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered persons.

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