Most decorated living U.S. military man speaks out

by Kevin DeAnna -- America's most decorated living veteran is presenting a radical new perspective on the Vietnam War with important lessons for American foreign policy today. WND books is reissuing "Dead more…

Day of Atonement hits Twitter

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (BOSTON GLOBE) — It’s a sacred tradition on the ­Jewish Day of Atonement: Worshipers recite a list of sins, known as Al Chet, centuries-old wrongdoings like “proud looks,” more…

Christian college wins free campus

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NEWSER) — The owners of an historic campus in the hills of western Massachusetts announced Friday that they'll give it away to a Christian college from Arizona that more…

'Gays' in military 'reducing morale'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="Vpbnh4NTr5m2KAzXH2cNUF0BP6c30s9Y"] During the height of the war on terrorism, Lt. Gen. William "Jerry" Boykin found himself in big trouble with the mainstream media and the Bush administration more…

Movie questions hell as place of eternal torment

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) How can a loving God send people, even bad people, to a place of eternal torment? A new documentary struggles with questions of punishment and redemption more…

Iran pastor thanks those who prayed for release

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Continental News) Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, recently released from an Iranian prison, has written a letter of thanks to all those who brought attention to his plight and prayed more…

Harvard not yet publishing claim Jesus had wife

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) Harvard University says it hasn't yet committed to publishing research that claims a fourth-century piece of papyrus contains writing that proves some early Christians believed Jesus more…

Brit scholar pours water on 'fake' papyrus text

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (London Daily Mail) A British scholar has called the ancient papyrus claiming that Jesus had a wife a 'fake'. New Testament scholar Professor Francis Watson of Durham University more…

Cheerleaders win 'Bible banners' battle

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Reuters) Cheerleaders at a Texas high school have won a court order allowing them to continue featuring Biblical quotes on the large paper banners that they hold up more…