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Schiavo case, 10 years later, still a ‘tragedy’

The 10th anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s death has prompted discussions of marriage laws, the definition of a “good death” and even the pro-life record of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, an apparent frontrunner for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. “Sadly, …

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Jesus is all over the small screen, and that’s no accident

A.D. The Bible Continues

Need proof that biblical entertainment is Hollywood’s holiest trend? Then look no further than Morocco, where three TV projects — National Geographic Channel’s “Killing Jesus,” NBC’s “A.D. The Bible Continues” and CNN’s “Finding Jesus” — were filmed on neighboring sets …

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Wenzhou pastor sentenced to a year in prison

A Chinese court convicted Huang Yizi of ‘gathering crowds to disturb social order’ Hundreds of believers milled around outside a small Pingyang County courthouse Tuesday afternoon awaiting the verdict in the case of Wenzhou Pastor Huang Yizi, detained since last …

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Kansas bans dismemberment abortions

unborn baby

Abortionists in Kansas will soon be banned from performing dismemberment abortions, thanks to legislation passed by the state legislature March 25. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback promised in January he would sign the bill, making the state the first to ban …

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‘Are you ready to renounce your Christian faith?’

Daniel Awayi

Ahead of Nigeria’s delayed Presidential election on 28 March, the world’s media remain focused on the continued attacks by Boko Haram insurgents in the country’s northeastern states and their cross-border raids into Cameroon, Chad and Niger. Nigeria’s government has failed …

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Charges against chaplain called ‘overt attack’

Chaplain Wes Modder

GOOSE CREEK, S.C. — The attorney who represents 65 former chaplains suing the Navy for discrimination says the possible dismissal of a chaplain for giving traditional biblical counsel is evidence of a continuing attack against evangelicals. For Virginia attorney Arthur …

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New Hiding Place film challenges anti-Semitism

Return to the Hiding Place

The “Return to the Hiding Place” film about the underground teenage army that helped Corrie ten Boom save the lives of Jews during the Holocaust is aptly released as anti-Semitism is rising globally and on college campuses, the movie’s director …

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