Archive for April, 2012
“One of the big points of dialogue is ‘how will the mitre fit over my dreadlocks?’” Justin Duckworth, who was just appointed the Anglican bishop of Wellington, New Zealand. The unconventional bishop-to-be has dreadlocks and is usually seen around town in short and bare feet.
Two groups that represent a large percentage of atheists, the American Humanist Association and the Secular Coalition of America, are joining forces to combat the National Day of Prayer by promoting the National Day of Reason, which is held on the first Thursday of May each year.
As I eye new developments like Google glasses, Google Drive, Google Car, I am fully aware of how much Google permeates my life between my phone, email, docs, maps, reader and more.
Desiring God linked to these dueling videos from a young Muslim and a young Christian poet. Apparently, the Muslim’s video launched first, and the Christian responded with the support of Alpha & Omega Ministries. One thing should be abundantly clear from the videos: Christians and Muslims do not worship the same God
As you may have noticed, I’ve been thinking a lot about church lately. (See 15 Reasons I Left Church, 15 Reasons I Returned to The Church, and Better Conversations Between Churched and Un-Churched Christians.) On Friday, I featured Jessica Goudeu’s church story, and later this week, I’ll be sharing the story of a young woman whose church failed her as she struggled to process her brother’s addiction. Apparently, I’m not the only one thinking about church.
Two Mississippi Presbyterian churches have voted to leave the Presbyterian Church (USA) over increasing theological differences. They will join the smaller and more conservative Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
Wouldn’t all of us wish that we could take back words we have said, decisions we have made, or actions we have taken?
In the current presidential race between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Obama appears to have an easier path to reach the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidential nomination.
Contact: Ailin Darling, Luis Palau Association, 503-614-1500 ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay, April 30, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — Joining with hundreds of local churches and thousands of followers of Jesus Christ, world evangelists Luis and Andrew Palau hosted an evangelistic campaign in two Paraguayan cities on April 23-28, 2012.
by Patrick B. Craine PEORIA, Illinois, April 28, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A pro-life law firm is promising a “legal war” if the Internal Revenue Service heeds a complaint filed two weeks ago against Bishop Daniel Jenky of Peoria. The complaint came after the bishop said that President Obama’s attack on religious…