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Christian doctor in India criminally charged for telling her sick patients that “Jesus heals”

    India is growing more hostile towards Christianity with practices such as “anti-conversion” laws, under which a doctor is now being criminally charged for encouraging her COVID patients with the phrase “Jesus heals.”   Quick Facts   Sandhya Tiwari, who worked with COVID patients, has been suspended and is facing criminal charges after telling...

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Book Review I In His Image

    Jen Wilkin is the author of In His Image, along with many other books on biblical knowledge aimed at encouraging women in their spiritual journey towards Christ. She spent time in several different denominations and holds that “knowing the Word [is] the only way to know truth from error.”  She met her husband...

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Book Review | You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

  Part memoir and part exposé, You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay) guides readers through the maze of self-acceptance and self-improvement myths that promise to solve feelings of inadequacy. Author Allie Beth Stuckey, who had her own experience with the self-esteem movement and its hollow promises, notes that those who look inward for value are...

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Millennials are less faithful than their elders — here’s why it’s not entirely our fault and why I still have hope for an awakening

    According to recent polling, Millennial adults are far less likely than previous generations to believe or care if God exists than previous generations or to adhere to culturally traditional views on issues like the true source of happiness, the value of human life, or the importance of honesty.   This can hardly be...

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Court: Christian college must abide by Biden administration’s transgender housing order

    Biological males living in dorms with biological women at a Christian college seems unfathomable, but after a College of the Ozarks’ request an injunction from the Biden administration’s new transgender order was denied by a federal judge, it could soon become reality.   Quick Facts   College of the Ozarks, also known as...

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Study: Americans turned to the Bible as a way to cope with the pandemic

    A new report says that more Americans read the Bible — and more frequently — as they faced anxiety, grief, and loneliness during the COVID-19 pandemic, including many who say they never read it before 2020.   Quick Facts    “The State of the Bible” is an annual study commissioned by the American...

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School chaplain in the U.K. reported to anti-terror agency for telling students that it’s okay to question the LGBT agenda

    For a person to be reported to an anti-terrorism agency, one would expect that they had been frequenting extremist websites and message boards, writing a manifesto, or building bombs in their basement, but for one Christian school in the United Kingdom, simply questioning LGBT orthodoxy was enough to warrant the designation.   Quick...

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Catholic bishops considering a policy denying Holy Communion to Biden and other pro-abortion politicians

    The Washington Post recently described President Joe Biden as “very Catholic,” but many U.S. Catholic bishops disagree and are set to consider a document which would advise against allowing pro-abortion politicians to participate in the sacrament of Holy Communion — including President Biden.   Quick Facts   The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops...

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To Use Transgender Pronouns or Not To: Should That Even Be A Question for Christians?

  Should Christians use a transgender’s preferred pronouns even if they don’t agree with transgenderism?   What if using their biological pronouns burns a bridge that could otherwise be used to share the gospel?   What about Paul’s message about being “all things to all people?”   I was recently involved in this very discussion...

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The gulf between conservative and progressive Methodists is widening — and a planned split cannot happen soon enough

    Conservative Methodists are forging ahead with plans to break away from the United Methodist Church (UMC) over longstanding disputes on LGBT issues, but the change can’t come soon enough for traditionalists as progressive pastors are increasingly embracing a teaching and preaching style that is focused first and foremost on sexuality and self-celebration.  ...

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