Atheist and missionary: Contrasting portraits of 2 Newsboys' founders

Atheist and missionary: Contrasting portraits of 2 Newsboys' founders

Man who left the popular Christian band 14 years ago now promoting himself as an athiest

Wondering what to give up for Lent? Try indifference, Pope says

Wondering what to give up for Lent? Try indifference, Pope says

Francis warns that 'selfish attitude of indifference has taken on global proportions'

In parting shot, Obama prods India on religious freedom

In parting shot, Obama prods India on religious freedom

US president pleasantly surprises Christians by coming to bat for them on a visit to India

UK Christian school closed for ‘discriminatory views’ on other faiths

UK Christian school closed for ‘discriminatory views’ on other faiths

OFSTED goes after another Christian school, this time shutting it down

Robert P. George to Saudi Arabia: Whip Me Instead of Raif Badawi

Robert P. George to Saudi Arabia: Whip Me Instead of Raif Badawi

7 commissioners wish to share blogger's punishment than 'watch him being cruelly tortured'

Whatcott wins defamation suit against CBC

Whatcott wins defamation suit against CBC

CBC loses lawsuit on report suggesting Saskatchewan activist wants to 'kill homosexuals'

Scouts too evil for California judiciary

Scouts too evil for California judiciary

The only 'anti-gay' groups a judge may belong to and serve are religious ones—for now

Four-year-old girl saves her mother and brother by calling 9-1-1

Four-year-old girl saves her mother and brother by calling 9-1-1

Calise Manning of Kalamazoo, Michigan made her mother – and her country – proud that day

UK Christian school closed for ‘discriminatory views’ on other faiths

UK Christian school closed for ‘discriminatory views’ on other faiths

OFSTED goes after another Christian school, this time shutting it down

A Christian school in the UK is being shut down and another under scrutiny after investigators quizzed random students and found them to have “discriminatory views” toward others.

According to reports, last November, members of the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) visited Durham...

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Atheist and missionary: Contrasting portraits of 2 Newsboys' founders

Atheist and missionary: Contrasting portraits of 2 Newsboys' founders

Man who left the popular Christian band 14 years ago now promoting himself as an athiest

"God's not dead" are some of the main lyric's of famed Christian rock band The Newsboys' hit single by the same name. But a former bandmate is singing a different tune with the announcement last week that he has renounced the existence of a God at all.

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Is Christian music taking over the late night TV show airwaves?

Is Christian music taking over the late night TV show airwaves?

More Christian artists like Switchfoot and Lecrae are appearing on mainstream platforms

With the success of his album, Anomaly, Lecrae was given the opportunity to appear on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' in September and later returned at the top of the year and was given the chance to have a full performance.

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British churches to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th birthday

British churches to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th birthday

Churches reassert Britain’s Christian heritage on the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta

Churches are planning a major campaign to reassert Britain’s Christian heritage on the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta.

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Seven children removed from home over a mineral supplement?

Seven children removed from home over a mineral supplement?

Arkansas CPS is tight-lipped as to why they took the kids; no charges laid so far

Authorities in Arkansas reportedly removed seven children from their home last week after an anonymous caller notified police that the kids were running barefoot in the snow. When officers arrived at the home of Hal and Michelle Stanley with a warrant, they searched the premises and found a miner...

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Whatcott wins defamation suit against CBC

Whatcott wins defamation suit against CBC

CBC loses lawsuit on report suggesting Saskatchewan activist wants to 'kill homosexuals'

Bill Whatcott, Saskatchewan’s irrepressible crusader against homosexuality, has won his second court battle within the month as Judge R.W. Elson ordered the CBC to pay him $30,000 for defamation.

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In parting shot, Obama prods India on religious freedom

In parting shot, Obama prods India on religious freedom

US president pleasantly surprises Christians by coming to bat for them on a visit to India

U.S. President Barack Obama weighed in on one of India’s most sensitive topics as he wound up a visit on Tuesday (Jan 27), making a plea for freedom of religion to be upheld in a country with a history of strife between Hindus and minorities.

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The war on Christians

The war on Christians

For the 13th year in a row, North Korea ranked as the worst persecutor of Christians

While in 2014 the days of throwing Christians to wild beasts in the arena may be behind us, the persecution of Christians around the world isn't.

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7 Children Removed From Home Over Mineral Supplement

7 Children Removed From Home Over Mineral Supplement

Arkansas CPS is tight-lipped as to why they took the kids; no charges laid so far

Authorities in Arkansas reportedly removed seven children from their home last week after an anonymous caller notified police that the kids were running barefoot in the snow.

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Link Byfield died in the Sturgeon Community Hospital in St. Albert, Alberta, just north of Edmonton on Saturday morning at the age of 63. He is survived by his father, his wife Joanne, four children and four siblings.

Alberta Wildrose Party founder remembered as a conservative iconoclast

Link Byfield, the former publisher of Alberta Report Magazine, has died at age 63

Link Byfield’s transformation into one of Alberta’s key conservative iconoclasts was gradual in the coming, but its most visible manifestation can be traced to the moment he finally cut his over-long hair.

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Robert P. George to Saudi Arabia: Whip Me Instead of Raif Badawi

Robert P. George to Saudi Arabia: Whip Me Instead of Raif Badawi

7 commissioners wish to share blogger's punishment than 'watch him being cruelly tortured'

Following Saudi Arabia’s decision to flog a dissident blogger 50 times on a weekly basis for the next five months, seven of the nine members of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) have asked the Muslim nation to whip them instead.

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Wondering what to give up for Lent? Try indifference, Pope says

Wondering what to give up for Lent? Try indifference, Pope says

Francis warns that 'selfish attitude of indifference has taken on global proportions'

The “globalization of indifference” was at the heart of Pope Francis’ Lenten message, in which he urged the faithful to fight individualism with merciful hearts that are more attentive to the needs of others.

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Priest interrupts consecration of UK's first female bishop

Priest interrupts consecration of UK's first female bishop

Rev. Paul Williamson spoke out against Libby Lanes' ordination as Stockport's new Bishop

Reverend Paul Williamson spoke out against the ordination of Libby Lanes as the new Bishop of Stockport.

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New Christian film challenges secular premises on Earth’s uniqueness

New Christian film challenges secular premises on Earth’s uniqueness

Film shows prominent scientists giving evidence that Earth is special than we realize

A new Christian film is challenging secular claims that Earth is an insignificant cosmic speck and reveals evidence that suggests it and its inhabitants were specially created.

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Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

The two-term Louisiana governor described his conversion to Christianity as a teenager

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told Christian evangelicals gathered at an all-day prayer rally Saturday that the nation needs a “spiritual revival,” as he continued to court religious conservatives for a possible presidential campaign.

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