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Christianity Proves Expendable for Chick–fil–A

“Nevertheless even among the rulers many believed in Him, but because of the Pharisees they did not confess Him, lest they should be put out of the synagogue; for they loved the praise of men more than the praise of God.” – John 12:42–43 Maybe the timid, cultural Christians in corporate Chick–fil–A know something regarding Mayor Pete’s presidential campaign that’s escaped ...

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United States Files Brief Explaining That Maryland Improperly Excluded Christian School From Scholarship Program

The Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Education today filed a Statement of Interest in federal court in Maryland, explaining that the Maryland State Department of Education discriminated against Bethel Christian Academy when it excluded the school from its BOOST Scholarship program due to the school’s beliefs regarding marriage and gender set forth in its Parent-Student Handbook. The ...

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Thanksgiving… the Most Meaningful Holiday?

For many Americans, Thanksgiving is a special time of the year, but why is it special? Some are thankful for the bounty of food to be enjoyed at Grandma’s house. Some are thankful that Thanksgiving will bring a 4-day break from our jobs. Some are thankful for the time to begin shopping for Christmas. Unlike other Holidays, Thanksgiving is unique. ...

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Catholic Bishops Have Said These Politicians Should Not Receive Communion Because Of Their Abortion Stances

A Catholic priest refused to give 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden communion, citing Biden’s pro-abortion stances.  Catholic bishops have a history of refusing to give communion to pro-abortion politicians or warning these politicians not to receive. “To be publicly endorsing and privately opposed to abortion is an evil charade,” one bishop said. Catholic bishops have a history of telling politicians ...

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Iran Has the Fastest Growing Christian Church in the World Despite Severe Persecution

Iran, a Muslim-majority nation, is seeing a staggering number of people leaving Islam for Christianity. According to the documentary, “Sheep Among Wolves Volumes ll,” Iran has the fastest growing church in the world. This film is produced by Frontier Alliance International Studios, and it delves into the realities of an underground movement where persecuted Christians are gaining traction in a ...

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Christianity Declines In US As More Adults Identify As ‘Nothing In Particular,’ Surveys Show

Christianity continues to decline among U.S. adults as the number of adults identifying as “nothing in particular” increases, Pew Research Center found. The number of American adults who describe themselves as Christian dropped 12 percentage points over the past decade and the number of both Protestants and Catholics in the U.S. has dropped, according to Pew Research data released Thursday. ...

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Democrats Pass Resolution Opposing Christianity and Exalting Atheism

Democrats have passed a resolution in which they have framed religious liberty as a risk to civil rights. The Democratic National Committee unanimously passed this resolution in a meeting in San Francisco on Aug. 24. The Secular Coalition of America spearheaded this act which represents atheists, agnostics, and humanists and assists these groups in regards to policies. The values embraced ...

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September 11, 2001 – Did Congress or Americans Learn Anything?

Pearl Harbor

   On September 11, 2001, America and the world were forever changed. Does anyone falsely believe it was for the better? After all the political ‘yelling, chest-slaps, and faux efforts,’ America has quickly gone down-hill by allowing this sort of religious hatred permeate Congress, the Democrat Party, societies, schools, colleges, media, and other targeted arenas. When will America waken from ...

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The Courts Might Help Christians, But They Cannot Save Our Civilization

To read the news the morning after Christian writers David French and Sohrab Ahmari’s Thursday night debate, you’d think the debate over how American Christians can resist government persecution is over: Courtroom wrangling by persecuted Christians trounced a proposed broader role for government power on questions of morality. The battle is won. But outside Washington, D.C., that just doesn’t seem ...

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Rep. Banks Defends NFL Quarterback Drew Brees For Encouraging Students To Bring Bibles To School

Rep. Jim Banks defended NFL quarterback Drew Brees Thursday for participating in a Focus on the Family video that encouraged students to bring Bibles to school. The 40-year-old New Orleans Saints quarterback and 12 time Pro-Bowler participated in a video Focus on the Family created that depicted Brees encouraging students to share their faith with others as part of a ...

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This Is The Most Important Religious Liberty Decision Since Masterpiece Cakeshop

A federal appeals court has ruled for the first time that religious believers can invoke the First Amendment when declining to participate in same-sex weddings. The case involves a Christian couple named Carl and Angel Larsen, who operate a media production company.  The Larsens want to expand their business to include weddings, but a Minnesota state law requires that they ...

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North Korean Christians Participate in Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and Pastor Benny Hinn’s Conference in London

Christian leaders from North Korea attend the landmark World Evangelical Conference organized and led by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome in London. Christian leaders from North Korean proudly wave the country’s flag (center) at the closing session of the opening day of the World Evangelism Conference hosted by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome in London. A North Korean delegation of pastors and Christian leaders ...

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Can Democrat Haters Ever Change?

Warming Embrace - A.F. Branco Cartoon

Have you ever heard the expression, “The answer is right under your nose?” Could this be true for the vast divide between the American lovers and haters? A few people find the Bible to be a difficult read. However, we must remember the Bible was the first ordained textbook for schools and colleges in America, since day ‘ONE.’ Even in ...

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Justice Department: Vermont’s Exclusion of Religious School Students from Tuition Program not Justified

The Department of Justice today filed a Statement of Interest in the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont supporting parents and parochial high school students who claim that the State discriminated against them in violation of the Free Exercise Clause of the U.S. Constitution by barring them from a state program paying tuition for high school students to ...

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Texans Rage Against Freedom From Religion Foundation’s Demand To Remove Courthouse Crosses

San Jacinto County lawmakers rejected the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s demand to remove crosses from a county courthouse amid furor from hundreds of Christian locals. The county legislators voted unanimously Wednesday to keep four white crosses on the county courthouse in Coldspring, Texas, despite the FRFF’s April 26 demand that they be immediately removed. The FFRF’s challenge stoked the ire ...

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