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Archive for December, 2008

-Comoros: Increased Persecution of Christians

Sunday, December 7th, 2008

According to Compass Direct, persecution of Christians on the Muslim dominated Indian Ocean islands of Pemba and Comoros has increased to the point where they among the worst places on the globe for Christians to live. Christians are routinely beaten, detained and banished for their faith. The Comorian constitution supposedly guarantees freedom of religion, but […]

-Was The Apostle Paul a Fake and a Spy?

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

(Picture of Spy Museum via Wikipedia) LEXINGTON, VA: – The head of the history department at Virginia Military Institute suggests that the Apostle Paul faked his conversion and was really a spy for the Romans. Col. Rose Mary Sheldon of VMI, presented her thesis last week at the International Spy Museum in Washington DC. It […]

-A Christmas Battle Over the Buses

Saturday, December 6th, 2008

A couple of weeks ago we reported on atheist anti-God bus messages for the Christmas season in Washington DC. Now Christians are fighting back with messages of their own: “Why Believe? Because I created you and I love you, for goodness’ sake – GOD.” The pro-God messages are being funded by The Center for Family […]

-LA Times Editors, Women Clergy, and Ignorance

Friday, December 5th, 2008

‘Stained-Glass’ Image via Wikipedia The Los Angeles Times editors have taken time out of their busy schedules to consider something they obviously know nothing about–women pastors and priests. Meanwhile circulation of their paper continues to decline. The editors talk about supposed gains for women in the clergy as being ‘under attack’ and resistance in the […]

-Atheists Demand Equal Time This Christmas?

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

  (AP photo) Christmas carols are playing in the stores, the malls are decorated, and the bright lights and nativity scenes remind everyone that we are in the Christmas season. A time to remember our family and the first family that started it all over 2000 years ago–Mary, Joseph and the Baby Jesus. The most […]

-New Breakaway Anglican Church in North America

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

(Anglican  Flag via Wikipedia) A group of conservative Episcopalians and Anglicans in the US and Canada announced today the formation of a new Anglican province of churches: Anglican Church in North America. The new enity is estimated to have 100,000 members including four breakaway Episcopal dioceses, dozens of individual parishes in the U.S. and Canada, […]

-UN: A Law Against Criticism of Islam?

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

The United Nations is pushing for the passage of a global blasphemy law designed to eliminate and outlaw criticism of the Islamic faith. The resolution called– “Combating Defamation of Religion“–is sponsored by Saudi Arabia. It is being promoted and put forth as a protection for religion but actually mentions only Islam. Angela Wu of The […]

-Unhappy Responses to eHarmony Settlement

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Last month eHarmony.com settled a New Jersey lawsuit by agreeing to provide a new dating service website for gays and lesbians. The lawsuit had carried on for over 3 years and according to the eHarmony executives it had become an economic drain on the company. Here is a link to an article with details about […]