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Faith slammed at government museum

 Two New Mexico scientists have alleged that a government-owned museum used tax money to denigrate religion and promote atheism at its annual Darwin Day celebration without giving believers in God an opportunity to present their case. A flier promoting “Darwin Day” at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque — a […] Continue reading →

This Legal Immigrant Wants the Old America

Michael Youssef  As we pause to celebrate the birth of this blessed nation, many among us are sad and even disgusted over what has happened to it. Millions of Americans who have known “the old America”—the one they were born in and grew up in—feel a deep disappointment that their grandchildren will not grow up […] Continue reading →

Why Is Most Important Right Missing from U.S. Constitution?

 Somewhere between reason and feeling exists another basic component of our humanness known as conscience. So important is this faculty of human existence-an individual’s conviction about the rightness or wrongness of their actions-that James Madison believed conscience should have been a permanent part of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, even an unalienable right. […] Continue reading →

Malaysia’s top court: ‘Allah’ for Muslims only

 Malaysia’s top court on Monday upheld a government ban forbidding non-Muslims from using “Allah” to refer to God, rejecting an appeal by the Roman Catholic Church that argued that the law failed to consider the rights of minorities in the largely Muslim nation. Although the Malaysian constitution guarantees freedom of religion, the 4-3 decision by […] Continue reading →

Small Christian Pro-Life Ministry Shuts Down “Biggest Anti-Christian Page On Facebook”

Contact: Cary Bogue, 262-993-1697, [email protected] MILWAUKEE, Wis.,  /Christian Newswire/ — Friday night, the “Virgin Mary Should’ve Aborted (VMSA)” page was removed by Facebook. A campaign launched by Cary Bogue, CEO of Project Wildfire ( and owner of the Facebook Page “Catholics & Protestants United Against Christian Discrimination”, ( ) to push Facebook to follow their […] Continue reading →

The skins and legislative prayer

George Will  After the marshal on Monday spoke the traditional “God save the United States and this honorable court,” the Supreme Court ruled that the Upstate New York town of Greece does not violate the First Amendment’s prohibition of “establishment of religion” by opening its board of supervisors’ meetings with a prayer. This ruling would not have […] Continue reading →

Is HUD Threatened by a Christian Group’s Plan to Expand its Mission?

 Since 1924, City Gospel Mission has been providing food, shelter and hope for Cincinnati’s homeless population. But the Christian ministry’s mission to house homeless men may be jeopardized because of federal regulations banning religious and gender discrimination. The City Gospel Mission’s plan to move to a new state-of-the-art building has been put in limbo after […] Continue reading →