Trump Admin Calls ISIS Attacks Against Minorities ‘Genocide’

(By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post). The United States has detailed the atrocities suffered by Christians and other minorities at the hands of the Islamic State terrorist group, specifically calling it genocide, in the Trump administration’s first International Religious Freedom Report, released Tuesday. “ISIS has and continues to target members of multiple religions…...

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How a Multiethnic EPC Church Is Chasing the Dream in MLK’s Last Stop

(By Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, The Gospel Coalition). The week before his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr. was late for a march. The sanitation workers in Memphis had been on strike for six weeks, when simmering anger over low wages, unsafe conditions, and outdated equipment boiled over after a malfunctioning garbage truck crushed two sanitation workers seeking…...

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Two-Thirds of Americans Admit They Are Sinners

Most agree with Romans 3:23, but disagree on what to do about it. (By Bob Smietana, Christianity Today). America is full of sinners—and most of them want to mend their ways. Two-thirds of Americans (67%) say they are sinners, according to a new study from LifeWay Research. Most people aren’t…...

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Presbyterians Gather in Charlottesville to Unite Against Hate Groups

(By Gregg Brekke and Rick Jones, Presbyterian News Service). LOUISVILLE – Opposition to white supremacist, KKK and neo-Nazi groups gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia for a “Unite the Right” rally over the weekend included several Presbyterian Church (USA) clergy and members. The Rev. Ken Henry, of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, was one of…...

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Saving Christians from Genocide

(By William Doino Jr., First Things). Two years after its release, this still photo, taken from an ISIS propaganda video, remains as haunting as ever: a long line of Christian Coptic men in orange jump suits, forced to kneel and await execution simply for being Christian and refusing to renounce their…...

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Equipping Study by Carmen: Examining the Real Battle on the Front Lines of Living Faith

There is a war going on… In the cosmos … between the God who is goodand God’s adversary, Satan In the world… between the people of God and our Enemy, the devil. Consider the visible evidence of evil at work around us. In every human heart … there is notable…...

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Hyeon Soo Lim, Pastor Freed From North Korean Prison, Speaks To Congregation

(Posted by the Huffington Post, Canada). MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Despite a grim account of his imprisonment, the mood was joyful as a Canadian pastor freed from a North Korean prison addressed the congregation at a Toronto-area church Sunday. During his first public appearance since arriving home, Hyeon Soo Lim described his…...

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Letter from Berlin: The Lessons of History and the Heresy of Racial Superiority

The lessons of history are warning enough. The lessons of heresy are even more pressing. Brothers and sisters in Christ, we dare not miss the lessons of history and heresy. God will judge us. This we know. (Written by Albert Mohler, and posted on his blog site).  To the Christians…...

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ECO Theological Task Force Introduces Book of Confessions

(By ECO News). The ECO Book of Confessions is a very special collection of documents that give witness to the system of doctrine embraced by countless reformed and Presbyterian believers over many centuries. Each document has played an important part in our history as a church and continues to guide us…...

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“Born that Way” and Transgenderism: How Should Christians Respond?

(By Andrew T. Walker, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission). The pace at which the transgender debate has been thrust on American culture has left most Americans, and especially most Christians, playing catch-up. It’s hard to keep up with the expanding vocabulary of sexual identities. Perhaps most of all, Christians find…...

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