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A trans-identified athlete’s continuous record-setting performances are causing concern among those who fear that allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports will damage the integrity of women’s athletics.
Despite being named as one of People Magazine 2021′s “People of The Year,” Christian Country musician Dolly Parton says she does not want to be worshipped as an idol for her generosity and voiced concern that some worship celebrities more than they worship God.
Kevin Olusola, a member of the acapella group Pentatonix, which has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, opened up about his faith in Christ and how God led him into the music industry.
An 18-year-old missionary from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints remained in “serious but stable condition” over the weekend after being shot multiple times while serving in the church’s Alabama Birmingham Mission on Friday by an unknown assailant who police say is still on the run.
The Salvation Army has responded to allegations that it's promoting critical race theory and removed a document that raised concerns among some donors.
The Bible universally advocates a culture of work and production over a culture of violence.
Biden has no plans to visit families of 6 killed, over 60 injured in Waukesha Christmas parade attack
President Joe Biden has no plans to visit the families of victims from last month’s Christmas parade attack in Waukesha, Wisconsin, which left six people dead and over 60 others injured.
The executive branch of the European Union has withdrawn its “guidelines for inclusive communication,” which suggested that European Commission officials “update” the language they use by replacing the word “Christmas” with “holiday times" and avoiding “gendered” words.
The United States has raised “serious concern” over a resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly, which is part of what is known as the “Palestinian Package” and refers to Judaism’s most holy site, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, where the first and second Jewish Temples once stood, by only its Muslim name, al-Haram al-Sharif.
An appeals court in Germany has announced it will hear a challenge brought by the leader of a prayer initiative against a ban on silent prayer gatherings near organizations that promote abortion. The restrictions had been upheld by a lower court some six months ago.
This week marks the anniversary of the death of Saint Nicholas, the pope issuing an edict against witchcraft, and the birth of the man behind the famous “Ecstasy of Saint Teresa” sculpture.
A court in Nepal has sentenced a pastor to two years in prison under the country’s harsh anti-conversion law for merely saying that prayers can heal COVID-19, according to reports.