Christians in Iraqi territory once held by the Islamic State still face the possibility of extinction as the Christian population there continues to dwindle following the military defeat of the jihadi death cult and the rise of Iran-backed militias in the area. Aid to the Church in Need, an international humanitarian aid organization that has spent over $53 million to help Christians in Iraq in the last five years, published a lengthy report this week based on a series of surveys of Christians still living in the Nineveh Plains of Iraq.
The Freedom from Religion Foundation, which has been critical of churches being among the recipients of forgivable loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Program, admitted that it, too, took a loan “of less than half a million dollars” after a partial list of borrowers was released this week.
A set of twin sisters from the Central African Republic joined at the skull were successfully separated following a lengthy surgery at Gesu Bambino, the pope's pediatric hospital in Rome.
After a 170-year old New Albany church in Indiana saw its statue honoring a woman who escaped slavery after the Civil War defaced with “BLM” graffiti, its pastor spoke out, calling the vandalism “a slap in the face to everybody.”
Naturalists are committed to believing, before any evidence takes them there, that the soul and the self are illusions with biological explanations.
But the debate over Columbus as a racist, a slave trader, and a plunderer, has actually been around for a while.
In my last phone call to him, he said to me, “Nolan, I saw my two best friends this morning! I know they are giving me morphine but I am not taking it all and I am not imagining this. ...
One of the greatest challenges a Christian’s faith will ever face is not from a prayer going unanswered, but from a prayer being answered in an unmiraculous way.
As Howard Hendricks said, “Discouragement is the anesthetic the devil uses on a person just before he reaches in and carves out his heart.”
The American Revolution did not declare its independence from God — the French Revolution did.
Where are the mature Christian mamas who’ve grappled with extending grace to their children while also affirming orthodox Christian teachings? We need to hear their voices now.
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