Christian expelled from university for “homophobia” wins UK court case

He was a teacher in his native African nation of Cameroon, but when a new Christianophobic regime was forcing itself into power, Felix Ngole feared for his life and fled to Great Britain in 2003 and eventually decided to become a social worker. Ngole enrolled at the University of Sheffield in 2014 and was on... Continue Reading →

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Bible literacy electives for public schools gains momentum

While some public school officials in certain areas of the U.S. are determined to push Islam on public school kids as part of a required curriculum, there are legislators and school officials who see the benefits of offering elective courses discussing the Bible as part of non-compulsory classes. With the help of attorneys, they have... Continue Reading →

University of Central Oklahoma reverses cancellation of Ken Ham’s talk

The University of Central Oklahoma, after initially caving to LGBT pressure to cancel a lecture from Ken Ham, has reversed the cancellation. Ken Ham and Dr. Georgia Purdom from Answers in Genesis will now be allowed to speak at the university on the science and scientific methods of creationists. Furthermore, in the run up to... Continue Reading →

Prayers for Blake Smith

Blake Smith, the son of an online friend of mine, went missing on Saturday, February 3, after leaving work in Knoxville, Tennessee. Can you please pray for him, his family, and the police who are searching for him? Thanks. See more details at the links below. https://patch.com/alabama/trussville/trussville-man-reported-missing-knoxville http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2018/02/young_alabama_college_student.html

Atheist’s Kentucky school shooting drives student-led prayers across the state

The teenage male shooter at Marshall County High School was an atheist who admired Stalin, according to screenshots of his now-deleted social media account(s) being distributed across the Internet. Nevertheless, his heinous act of killing two schoolmates and injuring over a dozen others has prompted student-led prayers across the Bible Belt state with school staff... Continue Reading →

Non-profit organization fully funds Bible elective course in Chattanooga

It's encouraging when parts of the US known as the "Bible Belt" remain true to that nickname. Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of those places. Privately-funded non-profit organization Bible in the Schools, located in that city, just gave the Hamilton County Department of Education (HCDE) in Chattanooga $1 million to take care of all expenses for... Continue Reading →

Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

A law allowing the Bible to be included as a topic for social studies electives will take effect in Kentucky this Friday, June 30, after Kentucky's governor, Matt Bevin, signed a bill passed by both houses of the Kentucky legislature. School boards around the state will take part in helping craft curricula to establish parameters... Continue Reading →

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