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The single greatest civil rights threat of our time

By Samuel Rodriguez, Christian Post Opinion We live in a time where the very freedom to express our respective faith values stands threatened – a road we have…

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Government to ordained ministers: Celebrate same-sex wedding or go to jail

By Ryan T. Anderson, The Daily Signal For years, those in favor of same-sex marriage have argued that all Americans should be free to live as they choose. And…

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Symbol of ISIS hate becomes rallying cry for Christians

By Rochesterhomepage.net, powered by 8 WROC When the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as ISIS, captured Mosul, one of Iraq’s largest cities, militants began singling Christians…

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Pastors’ sermons subpoenaed amid Houston equal rights ordinance fight

By ABC 13 Eyewitness News The City of Houston wants sermons from pastors engaged in the legal battle over the controversial equal rights ordinance. In a subpoena to…

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Two women with brain tumors; Two different responses

By the Rev. Mary Holder Naegeli, Bringing the Word to Life blog One of my regular readers has asked me to comment here about the case of Brittany…

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After legalization, same-sex marriage still a decisive issue for churches

By Dani Kass and Dean Seal, The Daily Progress (Virginia) As Virginia settles into the legalization of same-sex marriages, the results are mixed on whether churches in the…

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UN Report on ISIS: 24,000 killed, injured by Islamic State; children used as soldiers, women sold as sex slaves

By Samuel Smith, The Christian Post A United Nations report highlighting the human rights violations of the Islamic State’s jihadist campaign in Iraq found that while over 24,000…

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Sweet land of liberty? Capital events highlight threats to American religious freedom

By Andrew E. Harrod, Juicy Ecumenism blog “Extreme, dangerous times” currently exist for religious liberty, Senator Ted Cruz recently stated at the September 26-28 Value Voters Summit (VVS)…

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Museum of the Bible aims for timeless name, imagery

By Cathy Lynn Grossman, Religion News Service Museum of the Bible. That’s it. The name of the museum under construction in Washington, D.C., is official. “We don’t need…

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Registration still open for upcoming conference on homosexuality and the future of marriage

Carmen Fowler LaBerge, president of the Presbyterian Lay Committee will be one of many national leaders speaking this month’s 2014 National Conference of the Ethics and Religious Liberty…

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