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The Pope's Visit to Congress

Each congress person takes a solemn oath before God to protect the Constitution which says “Congress shall make no laws respecting the establishment of religion.” This has much to do with the pope’s visit. 673 more words


Kentucky bans pastor from prison ministry because he disagrees with homosexuality

Yes, in Kentucky.

The Stream has the story.


Like Christian ministers across the confessional spectrum, David Wells takes seriously the words of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew: “I was in prison and you did not visit me.” Minister of evangelism of Pleasant View Baptist Church in McQuady, Kentucky, he has been visiting and mentoring juveniles in the Warren County Regional Juvenile Detention Center for 12 years.

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UK Tory MP: use anti-terrorism laws against Christians who say gay marriage is wrong

This article appeared in the far left UK Telegraph. (H/T Dina)

It says:

New banning orders intended to clamp down on hate preachers and terrorist propagandists should be used against Christian teachers who teach children that gay marriage is “wrong”, a Tory MP has argued.

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Minds without Borders

In the Spring issue of New Trail (the Alumni Magazine of the U. of A.), Omar Mouallem writes an interesting article by the above noted title. 865 more words


The Presbyterian Citizen

“The Presbyterian Citizen” © 7.5.15 by Tom Cheatham at First Presbyterian Church, Amory, MS. All rights reserved.

In 1780, the former Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly, Joseph Galloway, wrote from England that the American Revolution was caused by Scotch and Scotch-Irish Presbyterians and Congregationalists. 1,975 more words

Northern Ireland pastor to be tried for criticizing Islam

In May 2014, 78-yr-old pastor James McConnell of Northern Ireland gave a sermon criticizing the government of the UK for kowtowing to the demands of Muslims. 300 more words


Charleston church shooting is a hate crime. Should that matter?

The recent shooting of innocent people at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, South Carolina is a tragedy and an abomination. There can never be any rationale or justification for such an act. 536 more words