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An evangelical college in the United Kingdom has sparked a debate over Scripture and tolerance after it fired a lecturer for a tweet labeling homosexuality a “sin.” The controversy started in February when Cliff College lecturer Aaron Edwards posted a tweet affirming the historic, biblical position on sexuality. “Homosexuality is invading the Church. Evangelicals no […]

Of the thousands of green-clad parade-goers, marchers, and partiers today, few know about Patrick, the man for whom today’s holiday is named. Fewer still know of the man beyond the legend, who supposedly drove the snakes out of Ireland and certainly possessed an indomitable faith in Jesus Christ. In 2006, Chuck Colson told St. […]

The filmmakers behind the faith-based hit movie Jesus Revolution have announced their next project. The new film, Ordinary Angels, is scheduled for an Oct. 13 theatrical release and will tell the “incredible true story of a struggling hairdresser who single-handedly rallies an entire community to help a widowed father save the life of his critically […]

The first-year coach who has exceeded expectations by guiding Kansas State to its first Sweet 16 appearance in five seasons says he views his job as a “ministry” to prepare athletes to be husbands, fathers, and leaders.   Jerome Tang guided the third-seeded Wildcats to a pair of NCAA Tournament victories in recent days, first […]

NASA astronaut, Col. Jeff Williams | Courtesy NASA Jeff Williams’ fascination with science began at a young age growing up in Winter, Wisconsin, where he avidly consumed books on the subject. Encouraged by a teacher, he pursued his passion. Little did he know that it would lead him to a remarkable career in the military, […]

Should America get a divorce from itself? Twenty percent of Americans think so, believing Republican- and Democratic-leaning states should split into separate countries. Twenty percent sounds like a small number. However, as Axios notes, it represents sixty-six million people, roughly equivalent to everyone in Texas, Wyoming, West Virginia, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Idaho, Arkansas, Kentucky, South […]

New York City Mayor Eric Adams speaks at a mental health faith-based summit hosted by the Mayor’s Office of Faith Based and Community Partnerships at the International Interfaith Research Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University. | YouTube/Teachers College, Columbia University Boldly declaring himself an unapologetic “man of God” and lamenting that Americans have lost their […]

Josh Duggar | Washington County Sheriff’s Office Josh Duggar, a former reality TV star known for his role in the TLC series “19 Kids and Counting,” has had his 12.5-year prison sentence extended by nearly two months, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website, and is now reportedly placed in solitary confinement. Duggar, who […]

In February, the U.S. Department of Education announced its intention to rescind the “Free Inquiry Rule,” established in 2020 by then Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. According to the rule, universities that receive federal funding cannot deny any right, benefit, or privilege to student organizations simply because they are religious in nature. The common-sense […]

Actor Kirk Cameron reads his book As You Grow at a public library in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Dec. 29, 2022. | Screenshot: Twiter/Brave Books A Tennessee library board fired the director of a local library following allegations that Christian actor and author Kirk Cameron was mistreated during a recent event.  Last month, the Hendersonville Library […]