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November 24, 2015

Ben Carson’s Church: We Don’t Worship Him

Ben Carson doesn’t have a lot of time to go to Saturday services at the Spencerville Seventh-day Adventist Church anymore but his fellow Seventh-day Adventists are fine with the glare of the presidential race being far away. READ MORE

November 11, 2015

UN Commissioner: Time running out for Christianity in the Middle East

NEW YORK (Christian Examiner) – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres told an audience at the National Press Club Oct. 27 that the world is in danger of experiencing "an amputation in the DNA of Christianity and in the DNA of the Middle East" if the world does not act soon. READ MORE

November 10, 2015

Push to make Buddhism state religion

Several Buddhist groups are again hoping the constitution drafters will include Buddhism as the official state religion. READ MORE

November 10, 2015

Clerical Battles over Legally Sanctioned Retaliatory Killings and Stoning Continues in Iran

A battle over the necessity of strict adherence to Islamic law, including Quranic punishments that in modern times have been designated by the UN as tantamount to torture, has been underway in Iran since the founding of the Islamic Republic in 1979. READ MORE

November 10, 2015

Pakistan's Supreme Court Warns Against False Blasphemy Allegations

Earlier this week, Pakistan's Supreme Court published the opinion of its 3-judge panel which earlier this month upheld the death sentence that had been imposed on Mumtaz Qadri, a former elite force guard who in 2011 killed Salmaan Taseer, governor of Punjab Province. READ MORE