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Counting the Cost

In the days of the early church, there was no alternative to suffering arising from the persecution of Christians. In the times of Jesus and Paul, there was no such thing as democracy or human rights or elections. 412 more words

Freedom Of Religion

WITHOUT THE FIRST AMENDMENT, THE BILL OF RIGHTS IS MEANINGLESS

The First Amendment is the most important amendment to protect, but it’s not being championed like the Second Amendment has been.

Without the First Amendment, the Second Amendment is meaningless and so is the Bill of Rights for that matter. 91 more words

The Millstone Report

LENT,TUES OF HOLY WEEK, APRIL 15

REFLECTIONS:  Station 13:  Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross.  In the United States, more than 16.4 million children live in poverty.  How can we work together to take these children down from this cross?  444 more words

FREEDOM OF RELIGION

Bible Society To Move Out of Selangor

Media Statement by The Bible Society of Malaysia

The Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) expresses its greetings to the Christians and Churches in Malaysia who are observing Holy Week. 585 more words

Malaysia

LENT-MONDAY OF HOLY WEEK, APRIL 14

REFLECTION:  CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING:  Global Solidarity

We are all part of one human family—whatever our national, racial, religious, economic or ideological differences–and in an increasingly interconnected world, loving our neighbor means helping people all over the world. 397 more words

FREEDOM OF RELIGION

World News: History, Cuba, and Christian Africa

History Patterns in World News

The Monroe Doctrine was meant to keep Europeans out of Latin America in the wake of regional independence movements from Spain.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

Arguments for the Hobby Lobby Lawsuit

Taylor L. Turner

Political Writer

            On March 25th, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments for the controversial Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby case.  In 1970, the Green family opened the first Hobby Lobby store in Oklahoma City. 315 more words

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