Asia Bibi is granted asylum in Canada

Today turned out to be a day of celebration for the Bibi family from Pakistan. Ten years after being falsely accused of blaspheming the prophet Mohammed in Pakistan, Asia Bibi arrived in Canada earlier today to be reunited with her family to start a new life. In 2009, Muslim women who were gathered at a... Continue Reading →

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Set on destructive courses by unreliable sources

King David may have been a fierce warrior, but he also had a soft, compassionate side. In 1 Chronicles 19:1-2, he showed his compassionate side when he felt genuine concern for Hanun the Ammonite who had just become king after his father, King Nahash, died. Nahash and David were on good terms because of their... Continue Reading →

Answers News for January 21, 2019

Ken Ham, Georgia Purdom, and Bodie Hodge discuss their new world-renowned Vacation Bible School curriculum that focuses on all people groups as one race of humans created by God. They also discuss how "racism" has its roots in Darwinian evolution and the hypocrisy of the social justice warriors on labeling things racist, efforts to alter... Continue Reading →

Christian dishwasher in Miami awarded $21 million in court

For over 10 years, 61-year-old Haitian Marie Jean Pierre worked as a dishwasher at a Hilton hotel in Miami. When she took the job, she had informed her boss that she attended church every Sunday at a local Baptist church and could not work on Sundays. The hotel accommodated her wishes for seven years, until... Continue Reading →

Idaho child advocates seek change in law that allows religious groups denial of kids’ medical treatment

When it comes to parents who believe exclusively in faith healing and deny medical treatment for their children, Idaho is a rare state in that they have laws protecting such parents from prosecution if the child dies. Legislators believe such protections are a basic right for parents and religious freedom. For years, child advocates have... Continue Reading →

More churches implement background checks for church workers

"On average, we add 160 customers a month," says Jennie Morris of LifeWay, the Christian research and Christian resources company. Those 160 customers a month are churches who approach LifeWay asking them to do background checks in partnership with backgroundchecks.com for individuals who wish to work for or volunteer for their ministries. Just last year... Continue Reading →

Pro-vaccination doctor confirms child vaccines are linked to autism

It's one of Big Pharma's dirty little secrets that both the government and drug industry have known for years. Child vaccines when administered to certain infants and toddlers under certain conditions will lead to autism. That's what Sharyl Attkisson of Full Measure discovered recently in an investigative report--the kind of journalism that has all but... Continue Reading →

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