Home / Tag: germany

Tag Archives: germany

The Christian connection to Groundhog Day

groundhog chrsitian

People hoping for an early spring will be checking to see if the groundhog sees its shadow today. What they may not realize is that Groundhog Day has Christian roots. The tradition can ...

Read More »

Whoopi Goldberg doubles down with comments on Jews and the Holocaust

goldberg holocaust

Whoopi Goldberg is being criticized for what many call ignorant comments about Jews and the Holocaust. “Remember who they were killing first. They were not killing racial; they were killing physical,” the ...

Read More »

Germany acknowledges limits of green energy as it fires up coal plants

germany energy

Germany is realizing that going green is not a reliable economic plan in the face of an energy crisis. Europe’s largest economy is returning to the reliable stand-by of coal and ditching ...

Read More »

Germany responds to Biden comments on missile strike in Poland

biden missile

Not so fast, says Germany, after President Joe Biden weighed in on the Tuesday missile strike in Poland. President Joe Biden convened an emergency meeting of G7 and NATO allies, saying that ...

Read More »

Eric Metaxas warns that nation is reaching cultural tipping point

metaxas

The United States is quickly approaching a dangerous cultural tipping point, author and talk-show host Eric Metaxas warns. “It is the silence of the American church on a host of issues today ...

Read More »

Germans panic buying electric heaters as winter gas shortage looms

germans heaters

Typically stoic Germans are rushing stores in an attempt to purchase electric heaters ahead of winter. The panic buying comes as German authorities issue apocalyptic warnings about shortages of natural gas as ...

Read More »

Two sisters who survived the Holocaust die just days apart

sisters holocaust

Two sisters who survived the Holocaust as girls and moved to the United States afterward died just days apart in their adopted home of Alabama. The Alabama Holocaust Education Center said Ruth Scheuer Siegler died ...

Read More »

Poland may seek $1.3 trillion from Germany over WWII invasion

poland germany

Germany owes Poland $1.32 trillion for the Nazi invasion, subsequent Nazi occupation and destruction. The demand for reparations were made on Thursday by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of Poland’s governing Law and ...

Read More »

G-7 creates $600 billion global plan to counter China’s ‘debt trap’

g-7

The Group of Seven (G-7) nations are confronting China head-on with $600 billion for a global infrastructure program.  The new initiative, spread out over 5 years, will serve as a “positive alternative” ...

Read More »

Polish man who saved Jews from Nazis dies at 102

polish jews

Józef Walaszczyk, a Polish underground resistance fighter who rescued 53 Jews during the Nazi German occupation of Poland, has died aged 102. Walaszczyk died on Monday, according to the Institute of National Remembrance, ...

Read More »

Latest news briefs about Europe, U.S. organizing against Russia

Russia is being isolated from Europe and North America with increased sanctions over its unprovoked attack on Ukraine. Additional measures are being announced by the hour. Here’s a look at the latest ...

Read More »

Today In Christian History: Chaplains, death, and heroism on the high seas

chaplains heroism

February 3, 1943: Four Chaplains Set a High Standard of Heroism Captain Hans J. Danielsen of the Dorchester was uneasy. The coast guard had warned him that a U-boat was prowling the ...

Read More »

Protests in Washington DC against mandates join dozens of similar rallies worldwide over weekend

washington mandates

Washington DC is the latest world capital to be hit by protests over mandates and covid restrictions. Weekend protests on Sunday saw thousands of protestors march in a “Defeat the Mandates” rally ...

Read More »

What successful people with disabilities can teach us about victimhood

successful people

Take a second or two to think about successful people with disabilities. How many names from the fields of politics, sports, music, business, science or from movies – dead or alive – ...

Read More »

For first time, Olympics honor Israeli athletes murdered at 1972 games

1972 olympics

Israeli Olympic team members who were slaughtered by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics were remembered with a moment of silence during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday. ...

Read More »

German CEO to employees: accept the Israeli flag or get a new job

german flag

A German CEO has shown his support for Israel and Jews by flying the Israeli flag outside the headquarters of Europe’s largest digital publishing house. When some employees complained about the flag ...

Read More »

Powerful exhibition “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.” now open at Union Station in Kansas City

auschwitz exhibit record union extended

The much-anticipated exhibition Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. opened at Union Station in Kansas City this week. Michael Berenbaum, Ph.D., one of the curators, wishes there was no need to ...

Read More »

Opposition leader and atheist poisoned by Putin has found God

atheist putin

The opposition leader fighting the authoritarian rule of Vladimir Putin has found God.  Noted atheist Alexei Navalny unveiled his newfound faith during a court appearance after his arrest for speaking out on ...

Read More »

Nearly half of protestant pastors hear conspiracy theories, church survey finds

conspiracy church

Conspiracy theories are not new, nor is their spread in the church. A new study from Lifeway Research found that 49 percent of U.S. protestant pastors say they frequently hear members of ...

Read More »

Merkel, world leaders defend President Trump over Big Tech bans

Merkel trump

Leaders around the world are criticizing big tech companies for banning President Donald Trump from their social media platforms. The president has currently been banned from Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, Reddit, and Instagram while ...

Read More »

Israeli demands apology for CNN host’s Holocaust remarks

cnn israel

CNN host Christiane Amanpour is under fire for remarks that many people in Israel say belittle Holocaust victims. The veteran reporter has a long history of misrepresenting facts on CNN. Amanpour compared ...

Read More »

‘Luther in Real Time’ podcast will be released on 500th anniversary of heresy charges

luther podcast

Protestant Christians will be able to walk in the footsteps of Martin Luther, 500 years to the day from his heresy charges on Oct. 10, 1520. Ligonier Ministries will release the first ...

Read More »

Tickets now on sale for pro-Israel documentary ‘Never Again?’

never again

“Never Again?,” a feature-length documentary produced by Christians United for Israel, will be shown in theaters on October 13 and 15. The goal of the movie is to expose and combat increasing ...

Read More »

Israeli, German fighter pilots will hold joint exercises over sites of horrific events

Israeli fighter pilots will make history in September, when they are scheduled to conduct joint military exercises with their German counterparts. The exercise will take place over the Dachau concentration camp, where ...

Read More »

Germany bans Hezbollah, raids mosques across country

germany hezbollah

Germany on Thursday completely banned Lebanon’s Iran-backed Hezbollah movement from carrying out activities on its soil, as police raided mosques and venues linked to the group. The action is another foreign  policy ...

Read More »
X
X