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Rod Dreher-2

The meaning of ‘post-Christian’ is now clearly defined…

No, the sky is not falling, but things will never be the same again.  Or more precisely, the vulnerability of religious liberty has become unquestionably clear.  Even secular law professors agree. 


The Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision

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James Mumford

Religious liberty is for losers…

From flower shops to bakeries to wedding mills to elite universities, religious liberty has become one of the burning issues of our day.  In these varied arenas, a diverse group of folks, who self-identify as Christian, fear that they

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No God but God: The martyrdom of Polycarp

The life and death of Polycarp reminds us of Hebrews 11:35:  “Some were tortured, refusing to accept release, so that they might rise again to a better life.”  Polycarp, bishop of Smyrna, would not have been burned at

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Os Guinness-3

Religious freedom may be lost — but not by my hand!

Few people are as passionate about religious freedom as Os Guinness.  He and his family were among the victims of the Chinese revolution led by Mao Tse Tung.  The son of medical missionaries, Guinness lost two brothers during

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Kicking Evangelicals off university campuses…

Requiring campus student leaders to be converts to Christianity can get a ministry kicked off campus at some schools.  Sadly, an increasing number of universities and colleges are requiring Evangelical campus groups to open their leadership roles to all

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Persecuted Christians-Marshall

The new Via Crucis – The Way of the Cross, 2014…

We live in a new age of Christian martyrs.  It is estimated that the 20th century saw the killing of over half of all Christian ever martyred.  And over 1 million Christians have died for their faith

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Chinese Church--1

Will China become the ‘world’s most Christian nation?’

From roughly 1 million members in 1949, the number of Protestant Christians in China has grown to well over 58 million today.  That number is projected to rise to some 160 million by 2025, according to Purdue University sociologist

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