Monday, July 28th, 2014

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Defending religious charities from President Obama’s order

From Common Ground Christian Network We the Common Ground Christian Network affirm the dignity and value of every human being and we oppose President Obama’s July 21, 2014…

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Waiting for Mariam in New Hampshire

By Ray Sanchez MANCHESTER — A small community is waiting. Men and women with ties to South Sudan hope to welcome home a neighbor’s wife — a Christian…

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Supreme Court ruling on public invocations gives atheists a prayer

By Joe Palazzolo At a recent meeting of the Osceola County, Fla., board of commissioners, many attendees bowed their heads in silence as they listened to an invocation…

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Is being ‘radical’ and ‘missional’ the new legalism?

By Christine Pack Are you embarrassed, as a Christian, because you and your family have not sold all to go and live in a war-torn, third world country…

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Sudanese family lawyer drops lawsuit against Christian woman

By Khalid Abdel Aziz and Yasmine Saleh (Reuters) – A lawsuit brought by a Sudanese Muslim father against a Christian woman to formally establish her as his Muslim…

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China court jails Christian pastor for 12 years

By Didi Tang BEIJING (AP) — The pastor of a Christian church in central China was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Friday (July 4) in what…

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Christian apologetics, theology seeing revival of interest among younger generation

By Jessica Martinez Young adults are currently experiencing a revival of interest in apologetics in order to defend their faith, especially since society questions the biblical narrative on…

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Sudanese Christian woman: ‘There’s a new problem every day’

By Nima Elgabir and Lisa Smith-Spark (CNN) — What a week it’s been for Mariam Yehya Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who initially faced a death sentence after…

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Sudanese Christian mother now ‘safe’ at U.S. embassy

By Frances Martel 27-year-old Meriam Ibrahim, who became internationally known after the government of Sudan sentenced her to death for refusing to convert to Islam, is now safe…

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Un-marked as a Christian or marked as a non-Christian: a conversation about linguistics with Deborah Berkley

A conversation between Carmen Fowler LaBerge and Debbie Berkley, Ph.D. Carmen: Debbie, you’re a linguist, help me understand something. In the discussions at the General Assembly meeting of…

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