Tuesday, November 27, 2012


  • Christianity and abortion: is it really that complicated?

    I did a little research, and of the major branches of Christianity, the only ones I found with a strong pro-life platform were the Catholics, the Southern Baptists, the Eastern Orthodox, and the Evangelicals.


  • 'Two and a Half Men' Star "High" on Christianity Isn't Unemployed...Yet

    Maybe it's the curse of "Two and a Half Men" to have stars rant publicly about their opposition to the show while accepting their hefty paychecks for being on the show.


  • Strong support for teaching of Christianity in schools

    Almost two-thirds of adults say they support the teaching of Christianity in schools, according to a survey by Oxford University.


  • Muslims, Christians seek common ground

    For the past five years, a small, dedicated group of Muslims and Christians has been meeting in Greater Cincinnati, debunking myths and dissolving stereotypes, one personal relationship at a time.


  • Spreading the seed of Christianity

    Associate pastor Heecheon Jeon, from left, Iowa City resident Thuan Do, and Samuel Kwok, First United Methodist Church's music director, chat Monday during a Seekers Worship Service at First United Methodist Church.


  • Teaching of Christianity 'lacks intellectual development'

    The teaching of Christianity can be "incoherent" or "too stereotypical", an academic leading a project to improve lessons in English schools has said.


  • The Sweaty Work of Sanctification

    To those who would decry such emphasis upon obedience as legalism, he reminds us that as Christians, we really are called to be obedient (Luke 6:46; Matt.


  • Online Quiz Finds 1 in 4 Christians Are 'Not Very Christian'

    The Christianity Quiz, which was created by the nonprofit Changing the Face of Christianity, Inc., includes 10 multiple-choice questions that assess how anonymous participants live their faith.


  • What's Kazakhstan's Problem with Protestant Christians?

    11/27/2012 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) - Thanks to a new controversial religion law adopted by the government of Kazakhstan last year, the number of officially-recognized faiths has shrunk from forty-six to merely seventeen, and ...


  • Obama influenced by "serious distortions" of biblical Christianity

    Dr. Jefrey Breshears has published a new book that examines the factors that shaped President Obama's understanding of Christianity. The Gospel According to Barack: Where Did Barack Obama Get His Ideas About Christianity? analyzes the religious ...


  • Atheists Set Up Anti-Christmas Nativity Scene in Madison, Wisconsin Capitol ...

    FFRF co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor said in a statement: "We nonbelievers don't mind sharing the season with Christians, but we think there should be some acknowledgment that the Christians really 'stole' the trimmings of Christmas, and the sun-god ...


  • 'Christian Dalits continue to suffer discrimination'

    Despite their conversion to Christianity, Dalits faced discrimination in every aspect of their lives, expressed Deputy Director at the Centre for studies of local culture at Kuvempu University Dr Shanmukha A and Research Scholar Shankarappa N S. They ...


  • Casino Christianity

    In the kingdom of God, the extent of our gift is not determined by what we give but by what we choose not to give. Two men were shipwrecked in a deserted island.


  • At Egyptian monastery, Christians celebrate a saint _ and their identity _ in ...

    MAR GIRGIS MONASTERY, Egypt - There was no mention of churches torched or Christians killed, but the prayer neatly written on a tiny piece of paper and placed atop an icon of St. George in the chapel of a desert monastery left no doubt about the ...


  • VC heaps praise on Christians' contribution to Mangalore

    Whether it is medicine or education or local industries, the edifices that make up the landscape of the city bear the distinct marks of the contributions of Mangalore Christians. Their contributions to society were recapped, explained, and lauded at ...


  • Christians At War Over Men Of God With Private Jets

    What seems like a brotherly war is gradually looming in the household of God over the recent acquisition of private jet by the National President of the Christian Association of Nigeria-cum-founder of Word of Life Bible Church, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor ...


  • Colombian evangelical Christians convert to Judaism, embracing hidden past

    BELLO, Colombia - They were committed evangelicals, devoted to Jesus Christ. But what some here called a spark, an inescapable pull of their ancestors, led them in a different direction, to Judaism.


  • 'Christianity, Islam, and Atheism'; 'Adam and Eve after the Pill'

    Christians in the Muslim world face daily persecution. In some places they are threatened with extinction. Will Christians in Europe and America someday find themselves in the same precarious position that Christians in Egypt, Pakistan, and Iraq now ...


  • 27.11.2012Massive Conflicts within Syrian ChurchesConfessional In-Fighting

    Since the start of protests in March 2011, Church leaders have constantly stressed that the vast majority of Christians support Assad.


  • "Obey The Prophet, Even If He Tells You To Kill"

    Towards the end of the show, the host asked Qaradawi what he thought of the fact that Sheikh Admad Hassoun, the Grand Mufti of Syria, had earlier said to an American delegation: "If [Muslim prophet] Muhammad asked me to reject Christianity or Judaism, ...


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