Written by Thomas E. Brewton
Written by Cliff Kincaid
June 25, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid
Pagan Pride and Barack Obama
While Senator Barack Obama struggles to keep the public in the dark about the nature of his pro-U.N. Global Poverty Act, a recent “Bay Area Interfaith Leaders’ Luncheon” was held to lobby for Senate passage of the bill, whose cost ...
Written by RSN
June 25, 2008
The Washington-DC based human rights group, International Christian Concern (ICC) http://www.persecution.org just learned that the Taliban has publicly apologized for the kidnapping of 16 Christians in Peshawar, Pakistan on June 21, 2008.
Written by City Journal
June 23, 2008
Kay S. Hymowitz
Why they did it
The nation’s latest what’s-the-matter-with-kids-today story comes from Gloucester, Massachusetts, and it’s a jaw-dropper. According to Time, a group of 15- and 16-year-old girls at Gloucester High School made a “pregnancy pact”—an ...
Written by ICC
June 18, 2008
Turkish Pastor Facing Jail on False Charges
Growing Trend Targeting Christians Contradicts Turkey’s Moderate Image
The Washington-DC based human rights group, International Christian Concern (ICC) www.persecution.orghas just learned that a pastor in Samsun, Turkey has been falsely ...
Written by Chuck Colson
By Chuck Colson
June 4, 2008
Written by Marie Jon
Barack Hussein Obama Refused: "I Did Not Want To Concede"
June, 2008 By Marie Jon
How does one who claims to be a follower of Jesus Christ help to legislate killing the unborn? It is a complete contradiction to the teachings of the Bible ("You shall not murder" [Exodus 20:13].
Written by Gulf News
June 09, 2008
By Ramadan Al Sherbini, Correspondent
Egypt's child law is greeted with stiff opposition
Cairo: Mustafa, a father of three girls, is proud of having his children circumcised, and vows to do the same if he gets a new baby girl. Under a new law passed by the Egyptian ...
Written by Travis Collins
June 9, 2008
By Travis Collins, PhD
A pastor friend of mine, Clay Smith, wrote the following in the pastor’s column of his church’s newsletter:
Typical family outing. I’m in the driver’s seat, Mom in the other front seat, children sprinkled through the van. We’re headed home. Sarah, ...