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Church Logo Tattoos?

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The pastor of The Cross Eastlake Church said he was being sarcastic when he offered to pay for anyone who agreed to get his church’s logo tattooed on them. Three people ended up taking him up on it. Even though William Trigg already has a lot of tattoos, he decided to go for one more on Thursday night. “I have […]

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Lonely and sidelined – the plight of older people, even in the Church

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“It’s really common for older people to experience depression,” Louise notes. “They are often sidelined by the Church, and lose their sense of identity and value. On top of that, with so many of them living alone, there’s an issue of loneliness. “We’ve found overwhelmingly that people want to know how to better care for the elderly in their communities. […]

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Green family Bible museum closer to opening

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A yet-to-be-named Bible museum owned by Hobby Lobby’s Green family moved one step closer to its anticipated 2017 opening in Washington, D.C., with the hiring of two top-level management executives. The Museum of the Bible, a nonprofit organization that will oversee the museum, hired David Trobisch as director of the museum’s collections and Steve Bickley as vice president of marketing, […]

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Christian Filmmaker Ray Comfort Blasts Hollywood’s ‘Noah’ Movie; Will Release His Own Film on Noah

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Crowe-starred $125 million blockbuster “Noah” is set to be released in theaters on March 28. Comfort’s movie, “Noah and the Last Days,” will be released the same day on YouTube and DVD. Comfort’s criticism comes days after Crowe tweeted, “[G]iven his environmental focus/scholarly knowledge, trying to screen #Noah for Pope Francis.” “It seems like a ‘hail Mary’ to the pope,” […]

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Christian College Clarifies Evolution Stance

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Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn., offered up the clarification to its belief about human origins last month amid renewed national debate over creationism and evolution. “We believe that all humanity is descended from Adam and Eve,” the clarification states. “They are historical persons created by God in a special formative act, and not from previously existing life forms.” The clarification […]

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Neighbors accuse church of too much joyful noise

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“Is this a church?” Sidonie Smith said as she stood outside Grant Elementary in Santa Monica. “I’m so excited about the impact it will have on our community. I’ve been praying for a church to come here for 40 years.” Not all residents share Smith’s enthusiasm. Since late January, some neighbors have expressed dissatisfaction with the arrangement between City of […]

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Australian Missionary Released from N. Korean Prison

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North Korea has released a 75-year-old Australian missionary after three weeks in detention. John Short was arrested Feb. 16 for secretly distributing Bible tracts at a Buddhist temple in Pyongyang. North Korea deported him Monday morning after he asked for forgiveness and apologized for committing “anti-state religious acts.” The country has been known to force apologies under duress in the […]

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Pope Francis Signals Possible Endorsement of Same-Sex Civil Unions

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Pope Francis has signaled that the Catholic Church may tolerate some forms of same-sex civil unions, though he affirmed the Church’s opposition to gay marriage. According to a translation by Catholic News Service, the pope said in an interview with the Italian daily Corriere della Sera that “matrimony is between a man and a woman,” but moves to “regulate diverse […]

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Greenpeace co-founder: No scientific evidence of man-made global warming

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There is no scientific evidence that human activity is causing the planet to warm, according to Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore, who testified in front of a Senate committee on Tuesday. Moore argued that the current argument that the burning of fossil fuels is driving global warming over the past century lacks scientific evidence. He added that the Earth is in […]

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Attacks on Religious Freedom Amount to ‘Sophisticated Warfare’ on Christians

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Public policy experts at this year’s National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville asserted that the government religious liberty and freedom issues facing Christians today are fundamentally and intrinsically tied to the future of culture in America. Janet Parshall, host of the daily radio talk show “In the Market,” moderated a panel on Tuesday that included Todd Starnes of Fox News, […]

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