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The Geneva College Case: Edelweiss and Rights of Conscience Today

By Kevin Theriot – Posted at Constituting America:

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of The Sound of Music, a sweet love story built around the somewhat grittier sub-plot of Nazi Germany’s annexation of Austria in the late 1930s. 307 more words

Religious Freedom

Don't Make a Savior out of Your Morality

By John Hendryx – Posted at Monergism.com:

Dear Christian, Are you less deserving of hell than others? Or more deserving of heaven? Are you better than others? 275 more words

Biblical Viewpoint

Choices ...

The true #character of a people is revealed in the uses it makes of its #freedoms.

Our #choices reveal what kind of persons we are, our choices also determine what kind of persons we will become. 17 more words

Wycliffe Associates Providing Technology, Training, Support to Bible Translators Besieged by Extremists in Africa

News Release:

(Orlando, Florida, USA)—Despite the threat of attack from extremists, Bible translators in the Central African Republic are persisting in their work with the help of Wycliffe Associates, a global organization that empowers national Bible translators around the world. 444 more words

Christianity

Individual Liberty and Church Authority

Posted at This Day in Presbyterian History:

A SERMON PREACHED AT WESTMINSTER CHURCH, CHARLESTON, THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL, 11, 1889, DURING THE SESSIONS OF CHARLESTON PRESBYTERY, BY JOHN L. 426 more words

Church History

Colorado Civil Rights Commission: anti-conscience laws can only target Christians

This is from Todd Starnes, writing at The Stream.

He writes:

Bill Jack wants to make one thing perfectly clear: Bakers should not be forced to make a cake that would violate their conscience or freedom of expression.

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News

Today’s Church Would Say “Nyet” to Black Robed Regiment

By Al Benson Jr.

Recently I watched a You Tube video presentation by Pastor Dan Fisher of Yukon, Oklahoma on a group of pastors during our First War for Independence (the second one was fought from 1861-65 and still continues culturally) which the British dubbed “the Black Robed Regiment.” Pastor Fisher has also written a book dealing with this, … 1,295 more words