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States move to allow Bible as textbook in public schools

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The Supreme Court has previously ruled that the Bible may be used, and studied in school, for historical and literary purposes acknowledging the Bible’s significance in the development of Western literature, law ...

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Why I believe in Jesus Christ and the God of the Bible

Faith in God doesn’t have to be blind. Earlier this year, I had cancer. Thankfully, it was only a stage one melanoma that was easily removed, but to paraphrase Samuel Johnson, the possibility of ...

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Christian music brings a Buddhist to Christ

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Pavan* grew up feeling unsettled in his destiny. As the firstborn son in his family, he thought he would have to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a Buddhist monk. But ...

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Melissa Joan Hart opens up about how her faith in Christ impacts her parenting

Actress Melissa Joan Hart opened up on her Christian faith, detailing how it’s gotten her through many hard times in her life and changed her parenting. Hart, 42, also explained how she dealt ...

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The biblical reason why Catholics baptize infants

Infant baptism has been practiced by the Catholic Church and others from the very beginning. Following the commission of Jesus Christ, the Catholic Church from the very beginning has incorporated the sacrament ...

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Joyce Meyer says prosperity gospel ‘out of balance’

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Evangelist Joyce Meyer admit that in the past, her views on the “prosperity Gospel” were “out of balance.” Meyer, who has received much criticism for her preaching on the prosperity Gospel, shared with her Instagram followers ...

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Video of Amazon Echo prayer goes viral

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A video of an Amazon Echo Dot reciting a prayer has caught the attention of the public. The device’s virtual assistant “Alexa,” similar to “Siri” for Apple, memorized a prayer from its ...

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Millennials give thoughts on why their generation is leaving the church

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The church has faced consistent struggles over the past centuries, and one particular struggle may cause a future epidemic. Research indicates millennials (individuals ages 22-37 in 2018) have been leaving the church ...

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Evangelical leader sends letter to President on immigration and border

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Many in the faith community strongly support President Trump’s immigration and border efforts to stem the deadly flow of addictive and poisonous drugs into the nation, and to curtail the infiltration of ...

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Liberal and conservative lawmakers: the unlikely group ‘holding hands in prayer’ each week in DC

In this deeply partisan political climate, it may come as a surprise to many that a group of Senate Democrats and Republicans come together each week to pray. “It is literally the ...

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Should DC Comics portray Jesus as a superhero?

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DC Comics has a new superhero and His name is Jesus. DC Vertigo will star Christ Himself in an upcoming comic series called Second Coming, which features Jesus returning to earth on ...

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Is this the greatest hymn ever written about Jesus?

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This week, in January of 1792, Edward Perronet died. His great hymn All hail the power of Jesus’ name is sung all over the English-speaking world. It is a wonderful hymn, steeped in biblical ...

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Top 7 religious freedom victories in 2018

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There’s more good news coming out of 2018. Religious freedom scored several important victories across the United States. Religious freedom is a right, given by God and guaranteed by the First Amendment of ...

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Where is God in your New Year?

A long time ago there was once a King named David.  His Kingdom had grown, and he became great in the eyes of his people and surrounding nations.  One day he decided ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Receiving

Christmas has come and gone and it’s now when we often reflect on the season, the year, lessons learned and maybe lessons lost. It’s always been important to me that my son ...

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