US

Satanists Say Texas Rule Requiring Aborted Babies to Be Buried Violates Religious Freedom

The Satanic Temple is threatening to file a lawsuit against the state of Texas over new regulations that require abortion providers to either bury or cremate aborted babies, arguing that the rules violate the group's religious beliefs because it promotes the idea of "fetal personhood."

CHURCH & MINISTRY

Perry Noble Is Ready for the Next Step in Ministry and It's Not NewSpring Church

Five months after being fired as senior pastor of South Carolina-based NewSpring Church due to a drinking problem and marital issues, Perry Noble says he's ready to take the next steps in his life and ministry.

ENTERTAINMENT

Former Cover Girl, 'I Am Not Ashamed' Actress Jennifer O'Neill Says Christian Martyrdom Is in America (Interview)

Former Cover Girl and Actress Jennifer O'Neill of the newly released film, "I'm Not Ashamed" says American Christians might not all face death for their faith but they are still facing a form of martyrdom.

WORLD

ISIS Sex Slave Survivor Told Jihadists Who Raped Her: 'No Religion Accepts What They Did'

An Islamic State sex slave survivor who testified before U.N. officials about the repeated rapes and torture she and other girls endured at the hands of radical jihadists said she told her captors that neither Islam nor any other religion would condone what they were doing.

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Opinion

Is the Trump Team Anti-Semitic?

Charges of anti-Semitism continue to be thrown around as a tool of political rhetoric in America. We saw it all again in recent days when Steve Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart, was appointed chief strategist for the coming administration.

Opinion

Media Misleads on Recent Abortion Polling

Since the election, a number of mainstream media outlets have noted that Donald Trump trailed Hillary Clinton in the final popular-vote tally, and they have also tried to make the case that his policy positions are unpopular with the American people.

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Opinion

The Gospel Message in 'It's a Wonderful Life'

Clearly, plenty of other people from around the world are just as fond of this film as I am; Why else would thousands of them visit "Bedford Falls" every winter? But I wonder if they're fully aware of exactly why they love it.

Mom Says, Day Says

Our Teens Are Driving Us Crazy!

Parent's Question: we have two teenagers, a girl and a boy. Both are strong willed and want to "do their own thing." They are fundamentally good kids, but they are both 'pushing the envelope' of our family rules a lot. My husband works hard and isn't home most of the time. When he is home, he doesn't want to deal with the teenagers' problems. These factors lead to a lot of family conflict. What should we do?

Abortion

US Abortion Rate Continues to Decline

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week released its Abortion Surveillance report for 2013, revealing that the abortion rate in the U.S. continued its steady decline from previous years.

Financial

Ask Chuck: How To Buy the PERFECT Insurance Policy

Dear Chuck, My father recently passed away in an accident and a whole life insurance policy he had is providing some financial relief to my mother, though unlike some other policies they had, it did not pay more for an accidental death.

Opinion

What ​'Judge Not' Really Means

News reports are featuring famous athletes, actors, and pop-stars being asked about abortion and gay-marriage. Often, they criticize Christians: "Doesn't the Bible say 'judge not'; who are you to tell people what they can, and cannot do?"

Critical Confluences

God, Churchill, and Christian Civilization

The United States—and the whole West—stands at a critical point. Will Western Civilization continue to enjoy the fruit of the worldview arising from Judeo-Christian belief, or will it go from twilight to darkness in our lifetimes?

Opinion

About the Gay Rabbi Who Presided at My Mother's Funeral

There are few things more intimate than a gravesite funeral service attended by a handful of family members and friends, and if I were a homophobic person, you would think that I would have been mortified at the news that the rabbi presiding at the ceremony was openly gay.