Category: Christianity

Eight Reasons to Overturn Roe v. Wade

By Thomas Ascik Not only does the Supreme Court regularly overturn prior precedents, it has established rules for doing so. Here are eight reasons to overturn Roe v. Wade. Eight Reasons to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Columbian nun freed by terrorists in Mali 4 years after abduction

By Anugrah Kumar A Franciscan nun from Colombia, who was kidnapped in southern Mali in 2017 by extremists affiliated with al-Qaeda, has been freed and met with Pope Francis. https://www.christianpost.com/news/columbian-nun-freed-by-terrorists-in-mali-4-years-after-abduction.html?uid=31b008eddd&utm_source=The+Christian+Post+List&utm_campaign=CP-Newsletter&utm_medium=email

Former African slave criticizes Black Lives Matter, says ‘slavery still exists in Africa today’

By Anugrah Kumar A former African slave said that Black Lives Matter and critical race theory advocates do not understand what is happening in Africa, where more than 9.2 million people “are still in captivity in slavery.”  “I believe Black Lives Matter does not understand what… Continue Reading “Former African slave criticizes Black Lives Matter, says ‘slavery still exists in Africa today’”

Killing Christopher Columbus ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Andrew Kuiper I can guarantee that we will soon forget the absurd characterization of “KKKolumbus” in the South Bend History Museum. But every time I bring my son to walk through those museum rooms, I will be haunted by the characterization of our… Continue Reading “Killing Christopher Columbus ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Columbus the Exemplar – The Imaginative Conservative

By Russell Kirk Christopher Columbus offers us the example of those virtues that the old Romans called fortitude and constancy; and the example of those virtues that the early Christians called faith and hope… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2020/10/columbus-exemplar-timeless-russell-kirk.html

Episcopal Church lost 61K members, saw drop in worship in 2020 | Church & Ministries News

By Michael Gryboski The Episcopal Church lost a little over 61,000 members in 2020 and saw a decline in worship attendance even before the pandemic lockdowns occurred, according to data released by the denomination. — Read on http://www.christianpost.com/news/episcopal-church-lost-61k-members-saw-drop-in-worship-in-2020.html

Viola Brown credits faith for helping her through wars, pandemics | Living News

By Leonardo Blair Viola Roberts Lampkin Brown was an infant when the “Titanic” sank into the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912. She was not yet 3 when World War I began. She was still 6 when the Flu pandemic started in February… Continue Reading “Viola Brown credits faith for helping her through wars, pandemics | Living News”

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