Sunday, January 20, 2019 7:37 pm

Bulgaria Passes New Law Excluding Severe Church Restrictions

The parliament of Bulgaria passed the Religious Denominations Act, without the severe Church restrictions that evangelicals have been protesting against since October.

10% of Church of England Clergy have Suffered Violence in the Last 2 Years,...

One in ten members of the Church of England clergy has become a victim of violence in the last two years.

YouVersion Bible App Reveals 2018’s Most Popular Verse

According to the makers of the YouVersion Bible App, Isaiah 41:10 is the most shared, bookmarked, and highlighted verse this year.

Weighing In On Death of John Allen Chau

As news cycles go, the death of young adventurer-missionary John Allen Chau is old news but it keeps coming to mind.

Israeli Archaeologists Say Ancient Ring could have Belonged to Pontius Pilate

Israeli researchers said they had found new evidence to indicate that the ancient copper alloy finger ring could have belonged to Pontius Pilate.

Report Reveals almost 300 Million Christians Persecuted Worldwide

One out of seven Christians in the world, or about 300 million, live in a country where there is some form of persecution because of their religion. They face arrest, violence, and violations of human rights.

Bible Scholars Believe the Ark of the Covenant is in Ethiopia

Bible Archaeology, Search & Exploration Institute (BASE) believes that the Ark of the Covenant is hidden in Ethiopia.

Christians in North Korea “Desperate” to Acquire a Copy of the Bible

According to Rachel Godwin from World Help, Christians in North Korea are so desperate to get their hands on the Bible that they are willing to risk years in a labor camp or death.

Researchers Turn to the Bible to Perfect Translation Algorithms

Researchers at Dartmouth College found the Bible to be the ideal tool to improve translation algorithms by artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The Crisis that Christians Face in Myanmar

For a long time now, the media have been covering the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar. But there’s another problem that the media overlooked - the situation of Christians in the country.

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Big Daddy Weave Kicks Off Alive Tour in February

“Everything that has been shaken will be shaken.’” But now he said he feels like Big Daddy Weave is coming out on the other side, entering a new season of life and a season of ministering from a place they haven’t been before.

REVIEW: ‘Glass’ is a tale about evil superheroes. Huh?

Some people like their superheroes to be, you know, superheroes. They want superheroes who do good, defeat evil and inspire us to live better lives.

Catholic Bishops of Florida Issue Statement on 46th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

In a joint statement, Florida’s Catholic bishops continued an annual tradition of recognizing the Jan. 22, 1973, U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. Catholic dioceses in the United States designate Jan. 22 as a “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children”.