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Black Christians lead Americans in Bible use

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African-Americans have higher levels of Bible use and engagement and are more concerned about the decline in morality than the general U.S. population, a recent study has found. The latest State of the ...

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Is Kim Jong Un afraid of Jesus?

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Open Doors USA has explored the reasons why North Korean leader Kim Jong Un remains “afraid” of Christianity. Their findings go to the heart of people’s beliefs about Jesus. Sunday, November 4 ...

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Why Americans go (and don’t go) to religious services

In recent years, the percentage of U.S. adults who say they regularly attend religious services has been declining, while the share of Americans who attend only a few times a year, seldom ...

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British bakers win their own court case

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After a four-year legal battle, Christian bakers in Northern Ireland have won their case at the Supreme Court in the United Kingdom. The owners of Ashers Baking Company came under fire for ...

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The danger of thinking you’re a good person

Jesus once told a story about two men who went to pray.  One was a high standing religious man, the other was a tax collector that had extorted money from people.  The ...

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Texas cheerleaders win case against censorship

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Some Texas cheerleaders have another victory to cheer. The Texas Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a lower court decision that protects the right of cheerleaders to display Bible verses ...

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President Trump’s remarks to Christians at White House dinner

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In our continuing effort to provide you with news that is unfiltered, below are the President’s remarks to a group of Christians last night at a White House dinner.   REMARKS BY ...

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New law in Nepal criminalizes evangelism

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A law criminalizing religious conversions and the “hurting of religious feelings” went into effect in Nepal this week, a year after the bill was passed. As World Watch Monitor reported last year, ...

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What you didn’t know about prayer in schools

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The right of religious expression, especially the right to pray, for students attending public schools is alive and well. Most people just don’t realize it. Titled “It is Legal to Pray in ...

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Colorado won’t stop, attacks baker over ‘transgender’ cake

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Colorado baker Jack Phillips is being targeted for his faith yet again – this time for refusing to bake a cake to celebrate a gender transition. “It is surprising,” Phillips says. “It ...

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Iran sentences entire church to prison

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Iran’s Islamic regime has sentenced a Christian couple and their entire church to prison for practicing Christianity. Article 18, an organization that supports Iranian Christians stated that “A Christian couple have reported ...

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Brownback approved to fight for religious rights

After a close vote, the Senate approved the nomination of Governor Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) to be the Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, a job then-Senator Brownback was pivotal in creating ...

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