The Eclipse Was a Moment of Holy Dread

Apr 11, 2024 by

By Michael Warren Davis, American Conservative. (image credit: wikimedia commons) On Monday, the wife and I piled our kids into the Subaru and drove three hours to northern New Hampshire to see the eclipse at 100 percent totality. Aside...

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UGANDA: Anglican Archbishop Applauds High Court Decision over Homosexuality

Apr 10, 2024 by

By David Virtue, VOL. The Anglican Church in Uganda has said it is happy about the recent upholding of the anti-homosexuality law which the LGBT community and human rights activists wanted the court to overturn. LGBT activists in Uganda...

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Easter conversions may signal a new springtime for Christianity

Apr 9, 2024 by

By Michael Cook, Mercator. The news is bad. Israel is pounding Gaza, with tens of thousands of deaths. Ukraine is barely holding its own against Russia. China might invade Taiwan. The Antarctic ice sheet might break up. Transgender...

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Gnostic Cultural Liturgies: The Press for Pagan Conformity

Apr 9, 2024 by

By Dr Jeffrey Ventrella, Truthxchange. “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind”[1] And, when you pray, do not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles to, for they think that they will be heard for...

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Vatican blasts gender-affirming surgery, surrogacy and gender theory as violations of human dignity

Apr 8, 2024 by

By Nichole Winfield, A P News. VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican on Monday declared gender-affirming surgery and surrogacy as grave violations of human dignity, putting them on par with abortion and euthanasia as practices that reject God’s...

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6 Months Later, Israeli Pastor Says, ‘I’m Commanded to Love My Enemies’

Apr 8, 2024 by

By Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra and David Zadok, TGC. (image credit: TGC/David Zadok) Former Israeli army officer and Reformed pastor David Zadok will never forget the call from his wife. She rang him early in the morning of October 7, just an...

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