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Christians, religious minorities flee violent persecution in Iraq

By Joyce Coronel, The Catholic Sun As the heartrending images of Christians and Yezidis fleeing for their lives continue to pour in from Iraq, the Vatican called on…

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Christian worldview and apologetics: The Great Commission for us

By Peter Beck There are certain Bible verses most evangelical Christians know. There’s John 3:16. Who doesn’t know about how God so loved the world? The mere mention…

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Who will stand up for the Christians?

By Ronald S. Lauder WHY is the world silent while Christians are being slaughtered in the Middle East and Africa? In Europe and in the United States, we…

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Buddhists expand use of former Presbyterian church property in Florida

The Layman A former Presbyterian church in Scranton, Pa., is now a Hindu temple. The home of a former Episcopalian congregation in Binghamton, N.Y., belongs to a Muslim…

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Syrian Christians facing extinction: ‘A tragedy of historic proportions’

By Ruth Gledhill A new campaign to help besieged Christians in Syria and Iraq has been launched by Aid to the Church in Need, by the US branch…

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Anti-Christian violence continues in Ukraine as well

By Chris Woodward An organization that acts as a bridge between the Western church and believers who are suffering for their faith is exploring ways to help Ukranian…

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China cracking down on Christian groups along North Korea border

By Megha Rajagopalan and James Pearson (Reuters) – China is cracking down on Christian charity groups near its border with North Korea, missionaries and aid groups say, with…

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Pray for Iraq

By the National Association of Evangelicals In the last few weeks, thousands of Christians have been forced by militant rule to flee their homes in northern Iraq. The…

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U.S. warplanes strike Islamic State artillery to protect Kurds

By Raheem Salman and Matt Spetalnick (Reuters) – U.S. warplanes struck Iraq on Friday for the first time since American troops pulled out in 2011, attacking Islamist fighters…

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Can Christ not spare one man?

By Erick Erickson I like Ann Coulter. There is no “but” after that. I like Ann Coulter, period. There are many people reacting with hostility and anger toward…

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