Transgender student sues Baptist university over expulsion

A man who identified himself as a woman on documents at California Baptist University was subsequently expelled from the university. He is now suing the university for damages, including loss of scholarships. Domaine Javier was accepted into the university, which is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. School administrators allegedly got wind of his appearance... Continue Reading →

How low can you go?: Europe’s moral abyss

When the European Union was established in 1993, it was a reflection of just how resistant the nations of Europe had become to the universal moral truths found in the Bible. Since then, the European nations have been continuing their race to the bottom of a moral abyss. Just how low will they go? If... Continue Reading →

Does religion make people stupid?

The Gallup organization recently released its findings on religion in the U.S. that was conducted throughout 2012 and it found that Mississippi is the most religious state in the nation. This was measured by such things as how often people attended religious services. Mississippi is also now considering a bill that would allow students to... Continue Reading →

Former lesbian shares testimony of deliverance

She is now married to a pastor in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, but many years ago Rosaria Butterfield was living as a lesbian. She came out at the age of 28 while she was in graduate school and became an English professor. Eventually, she was tenured at Syracuse University. After she wrote... Continue Reading →

Yes. God is jealous. So what? He deserves to be.

"The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it..." Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion The fact that God calls himself a jealous God in the Bible is one angle from which some unbelievers like to attack the Bible, thinking this somehow justifies their rejection... Continue Reading →

Save yourself!: how pleasing God is self-preservation

It's beneficial for a society to promote the idea of looking out for your fellow man, but there are also instances, as we all know, where it's best to look out for ourselves for self-preservation. If you've ever flown on an airplane, you know the flight attendants will instruct you that if the cabin pressure... Continue Reading →

South African boy spared in 26-foot fall

Earlier this week, a three-year-old boy in the Johannesburg, South Africa, area was walking along the first floor in a local shopping center with his father while hanging onto a nearby balustrade which overlooks the areas below it. Before he knew it, George Avestison's son slipped through a gap between a glass panel and a... Continue Reading →

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