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Archive for September, 2011

-California City Fines Home Bible Study

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

A couple in San Juan Capistrano, California have been fined for holding a Bible study in their home. The city officials also demanded that the home Bible study group stop meeting unless they get an expensive Conditional Use Permit. Chuck and Stephanie Fromm were fined $300 earlier this year after an atheist in their neighborhood […]

-Mexico: Protestant Christians Forced to Leave Village on Threats of Crucifixion

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

MEXICO CITY, September 16 (Compass Direct News) – About 70 Protestant Christians lived in the village of San Rafael Tlanalapan, Puebla state, until Monday (Sept. 12), when they faced a frightening ultimatum – leave immediately or be “crucified or lynched.” Traditionalist Catholics in the village of San Rafael Tianalapan threatened to crucify all the Protestants […]

-Abbas Claims 1947 Borders for Palestinian State?

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas announced on Friday (Sept. 16) that he would seek recognition for the new Palestinian state from the UN Security Council next week. While he indicated that the borders of the state were yet to be negotiated with Israel and the 1967 borders were referenced in his UN application, he contended that […]

-Did 9/11 Change Attitudes About Religion?

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Did the 9/11/01 attacks end up changing some of our attitudes about religion? In an article on my Apologetica page I make the point that it did in at least two significant ways: 1. Islam in America came out of the closet 2.Atheists also came out of the closet <<Read my conclusions on my Apologetica […]

-Should a Christian Divorce a Spouse with Alzheimer’s?

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Should a Christian divorce a spouse who has Alzheimer’s? One who no longer even knows you and certainly cannot fulfill the regular duties of a husband or wife? No. There is no scriptural basis for divorcing a spouse with Alzheimer’s. Actually the teaching of Jesus would call on Christians to be self sacrificing and continue […]

-Sec. Clinton: Religious Intolerance a Downside of ‘Arab Spring’

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that growing religious intolerance was an overlooked downside to the ‘Arab Spring.’ While the popular revolts against longtime dictators in the Middle East and North Africa brought hope to millions of Arabs, Religious minorities in those countries, particularly Christians have seen an increase in persecution in the […]