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Apple caves to Chinese Communists, bans Bible apps

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Apple is giving in to pressure from the Chinese government and removing Bible apps from its app store in the communist nation. Chinese officials claim the apps violate laws that prohibit the ...

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Australia considers massive fines, prison for breaking Covid mandates

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As Australia is increasingly described as a police state, a new bill mandates prison and a $67,000 fine for breaking covid mandates. Australians living in the state of Victoria were shocked when ...

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U.S. backs off opening Jerusalem consulate which would weaken new embassy

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The Biden/Harris plan to diminish the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem with a competing consulate has hit a snag. Israel’s deputy foreign minister said on Sunday that the Biden administration may end its ...

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Britain’s assisted suicide bill opposed by medical professions

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Almost 1,700 health care professionals signed a letter to the UK’s Health Secretary Sajid Javid to voice their opposition against a new law legalizing assisted suicide, a campaign group said this week. An ...

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UK may raise taxes to cover Paris Climate Accord costs

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The British government may raises taxes on its citizens to pay for the cost of its Paris Climate Accord commitments. The UK pledged to reach “net zero” greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, ...

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Large group of American missionaries kidnapped in Haiti

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Seventeen missionaries, including children, were kidnapped by a gang in Haiti on Saturday. The abductions were not reported by the U.S. Embassy in Haiti, but through a voice message sent to various ...

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From New York to Pakistan, brothers fight blasphemy law

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Christians in Pakistan are often relegated to undesirable jobs such as manual sewage cleaning, but Nadeem Samson’s small business selling herbal medicines was doing so well in 2016 that he out-earned his ...

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Archaeologists uncover massive ancient wine making complex in Israel

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Jesus turned water into wine and just a few centuries later, the early church in Israel was producing the drink on a massive industrial scale. Israel archaeologists have uncovered a gargantuan winemaking ...

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What people get wrong when banning Columbus Day

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Monday is either Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day, depending on perspective. Scott S. Powell, a senior fellow at Discovery Institute, wrote an opinion piece defending the traditional holiday. “The history of ...

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Online church likely is here to stay, researchers find

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Because of COVID-19, more than three in four evangelical Protestants in the United States have experienced watching church online instead of in person. More important is that going forward, the majority who ...

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As China threatens, Taiwan meets with French, Australian envoys

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As Japan this week stated it is preparing for a possible war with China, other world powers continue standing with Taiwan Four French senators and a former Australian prime minister have met ...

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Are the government and media ignoring the religious aspect of Afghanistan?

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The headline on the National Catholic Register story is simple and timely: “Trapped by the Taliban, Praying for Escape from Afghanistan.” But it is not a headline you’ll find in most media. The ...

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Iraqi Christians celebrate return of church bell after ISIS silenced

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A church bell has been inaugurated to the cheers of Iraqi Christians seven years after Islamic State terrorists (ISIS) overran the northern city of Mosul. Father Pios Affas of the Syriac Christian ...

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Japan talks of possible war as China threatens it and Taiwan

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Japan is supporting Taiwan and preparing for possible war with China as the Chinese communist regime continues threatening Taiwan, and now Japan, with illegal military incursions. The warning came from Japanese Foreign ...

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Covid tests recalled after giving false positive results

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An Australian company is the latest to recall at-home Covid testing kits that are being used in the United States. Medical manufacturer Ellume made the emergency move saying the 200,000 tests produce ...

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Be part of a letter writing campaign for world’s persecuted Christians

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A letter-writing and prayer campaign that helped free a Christian dissident in Russia stamped a lasting impression on me. The late award-winning journalist Dan Wooding launched the campaign urging the release from ...

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Iran continues to violate agreements, could be 10 weeks from nuclear weapon

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The Islamic Republic of Iran already is violating an agreement it made with the International Atomic Energy Agency just a few weeks ago. The deal reached between the two sides would allow ...

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Taliban bans women from Kabul University

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Women are now banned from studying or working at Kabul University after the Taliban’s newly appointed chancellor takes office. Mohammad Ashram Ghairat, a BA degree holder, stepped into the role of chancellor of ...

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Pope Francis states he opposes abortion and same-sex marriage

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Although Pope Francis has been criticized for several of his more progressive views, he made a strong statement against abortion and same-sex marriage last week. “Abortion is murder; the church cannot change ...

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American, British bureaucracy is killing Afghan Christians

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In his speech to the U.K. parliament on Sept. 6, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson updated the House of Commons on efforts to evacuate British nationals, British forces and Afghan colleagues from ...

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Stealth aid agency in Israel rescues 41 women from Taliban

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After the U.S. surrender of Afghanistan to the Taliban left millions at risk, Israel has come to the rescue of 41 women. The UK’s Telegraph is reporting that among those moved covertly out ...

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Boxer and Christian Manny Pacquiao runs for President in Philippines

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Boxer and popular Philippine Senator Manny Pacquiao is running for president of his country. Pacquiao, who is an outspoken Christian, accepted the nomination of his PDP-Laban party at its national convention on ...

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Notre Dame restoration to begin as safety work finished

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Restoration work on Notre Dame in Paris is ready to begin after the work to shore it up has been completed. The announcement comes two years after a fire gutted much of ...

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Military leader liable for Liberian church massacre

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The man who orchestrated a massacre of hundreds of Liberians in a church can be held accountable under U.S law a federal judge has ruled. Military commander Moses W. Thomas was central ...

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Canada may strip charity status of all groups that oppose abortion

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Canada may ban the charitable status of groups the liberal government of Justin Trudeau deems “anti-abortion”. The move is being condemned as an “attack” on constitutional freedoms and a misuse of the ...

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