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Current News and Features

July 28, 2014

ADVENTIST LEADERS APPLAUD ANNOUNCEMENT FOR NOMINEE OF U.S. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM POST

Seventh-day Adventist leaders said they applauded the announcement of a nominee for a religious freedom advocacy position at the U.S. Department of State, a post that has been vacant since October. READ MORE

July 28, 2014

Does Jonah's tomb signal the death of Christianity in Iraq?

Despite the expression of typical modern skepticism about the biblical book of Jonah, the article is otherwise worthwhile. READ MORE

July 28, 2014

EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COURT: NO RIGHT TO SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

The highest human rights court in Europe has told European LGBTs that they have no human right to same-sex marriage, in a case that also shows how complicated sexual and marital norms have become in this new transsexual world. READ MORE

July 28, 2014

'They are savages,' say Christians forced to flee Mosul by Isis

Iraqi Christians who were forced to flee the northern city of Mosul under threat of forced conversion or execution by jihadists have spoken of their terror as churches were turned into mosques and their homes and property confiscated. READ MORE

July 28, 2014

15% Of The World's Countries Require Their Heads Of State To Be From A Certain Religion

A Muslim person has no hope of winning the presidency in Lebanon due to a requirement that the executive leader be a member of the Maronite Christian Church. Such a rule might seem extreme from the perspective of religious freedom, but Lebanon is not alone. READ MORE