Tagged: News

Christian Persecution Blog

Stacy Harp of Mind and Media has worked with Voice of the Martyrs to start the Persecution blog. The persecuted church is one of my passions and I look forward to seeing updates from around the world at this blog. If you do not already,...

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Woman Kept Alive to Save Baby

Here’s the next Schiavo-like pro-life case, but probably not as controversial (we’ll see).  A 17-week pregnant woman has become brain dead, and they are keeping her alive at least until her "fetus" is 25 weeks old.  You can read about it at the Susan M....

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PCA Resolution Calls for Withdrawal from Public Schools

Looks like a Presbyterian Church of America (PCA) pastor has introduced a resolution to his denomination to: "remove their children from public schools and see to it that they receive a thoroughly Christian education." They join the Baptists in doing so.  With the growing popularity...

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Remarkable Realm of Religion

In what may become a semi-regular series, I present to you the strange and unusual from the world of faith – the Remarkable Realm of Religion.

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Are abortions up under Pres. Bush?

The claim that abortions have increased under President Bush has been bandied about since right before the November election when a self proclaimed “consistently pro-lfe” professor named Glen Harold Stassen made the claim in Sojourners, a left-leaning Christian magazine.

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Something Grrrreeat we can all agree on

In this age of partisan bickering, I think we can all agree that Frosted Flakes are awesome and the world has lost an icon with the death of Thurl Ravenscroft, the voice of Tony the Tiger. Beside the cereal pitchman, Ravenscroft did numerous cartoon voices...

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Legislating morality – how far is too far?

With all of the gay marriage news and the NC anti-cohabitation statute and subsequent lawsuit, the idea of legislating morality is coming to the forefront of the public debate. Is is both constitutional and morally right to “legislate morality” and if so how much is...

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