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President Obama Versus Franklin Graham On Whether Islam Is a 'False Religion'

During a 2009 interview on France's Canal+TV channel that is just now being reported widely, President Obama claimed that Americans needed to be better educated on Islam and that, if we compute the total number of Muslims in America, we would be one of the biggest Muslim countries in the world.

ISIS Militants Plant Bombs Inside Villagers' Homes to Explode When They Return, Says Iraqi Christian Whose Town Was Captured

A Christian who was one of the last to flee his village in the Nineveh Province of northern Iraq before Islamic State jihadists captured it in August claims that ISIS militants are setting up explosives inside of homes so that if residents are ever to return to the village, their houses will explode upon entering.

'Thor' 3 News: Movie Gets Official Title and Release Date, Tom Hiddleston to Return as Loki

Recently, Marvel unveiled the movie release schedule for Phase 3 of its Cinematic Universe at a special event. Among the films that were announced is the third installment in the "Thor" movies, officially titled "Thor: Ragnarok."

Obama's Dove Crows: Israel's Hawk a Chicken!"

Feathers are flying—in Washington and in Jerusalem—over the off-the-record comments by a senior Obama administration official to the respected Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic. The unnamed dovish Obama policy maker said "the thing about Bibi [Netanyahu] is he's a chicken!" Direct quote, characterization included.

Rick Santorum on Why We May Be 'One Generation Away' From Christian Persecution in America

Rick Santorum recently stopped by CP Voice to discuss a new documentary he helped produce titled "One Generation Away" which deals with the perceived erosion of religious freedom in America.

Does the GOP Have a Prayer of Winning in 2014?

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, candidates around the country are scrambling to make their case to voters. Republicans—whose brand has been weakening for at least a decade—are hoping to make big gains, particularly in the Senate. Polls indicate that many races are still tight, so the outcome is far from certain.

'Grey's Anatomy' Season News: Sara Ramirez Talks About 'Calzona' Breakup, Episode 6 Spoilers Revealed

Last week's episode of 'Grey's Anatomy' shocked viewers as Callie and Arizona—often referred to by fans as Calzona—broke up.

'Duck Dynasty's Jep Robertson on Illness: 'I Thought I Was a Goner'

"Duck Dynasty" star Jep Robertson has spoken out about the seizure that landed him in the hospital and on life support for four days.

Tim Cook is Gay: It's 'Among the Greatest Gifts God Has Given Me,' Says CEO

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, came out as gay in an Op-Ed piece this week titled “Tim Cook Speaks Up.” In it the technology and consumer electronics businessman said that he considers being gay “among the greatest gifts God has given ...

'Scandal' Season 4 News: Episode 5 Recap, Episode 6 Plot Revealed

Last Thursday's episode of 'Scandal' saw Jake being held captive as President Fitz does all that he can to get him to admit to killing his son, Jerry.

11 Guilty Dogs Who Are Impossible to Get Mad At – Their Reaction to Being Bad is Adorable! (VIDEO)

If you have a pet you know how hard it can be to yell at them sometimes. When they make a guilty face, we instantly forgive them because they are adorable.

Conservatives Send More Than 1,000 Bibles to Houston Mayor Annise Parker's Office After Sermons Are Subpoenaed

The mayor's office of the city of Houston in Texas confirmed Thursday that conservatives sent in more than 1,000 Bibles to the city's first openly gay mayor, Annise Parker, in protest after the sermons of five local pastors were subpoenaed in a legal dispute over a controversial ordinance some say will allow men to use women's restrooms in the city.

Houston Subpoena Controversy 'Far From Over,' Say Conservatives

Conservative groups believe there's still much to be done in Houston after Mayor Annise Parker dropped her controversial subpoenas against five pastors who had spoken against homosexuality and the city's Equal Rights Ordinance.

Knowing and Trusting the Lord

How much do you trust God? Before you answer, think about these scenarios: Do you really trust the Lord when everything seems out of control and He appears absent? When He has called you to move in a certain direction that seems illogical and risky? When painful circumstances continue, making you wonder if the Lord really cares?

Social Media, Civil Discourse, and the Fear of Missing Out: A guest post by Amy Whitfield

Our fear of missing out affects how we discuss with others on social media. When I entered freshman year at a women’s liberal arts college, I heard a great deal about the benefits of single-gender education for females. One piece of evidence was interesting. Show More Summary

'Stoned' Street Preachers' Freedom Of Speech Case To Be Reviewed By US Appeals Court

A three-judge panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit has voted to review a case that claims police officers in a Michigan town failed to protect the freedom of speech for 12 evangelizing Christian street preachers who were pelted with stones and water bottles by a crowd of Muslims while preaching at an Arab festival in 2012.

'God's Not Dead' Earns Two Prestigious Awards, Sequel Film in Development

The highest-grossing independent faith film of the year "God's Not Dead" is now being honored with two prestigious awards recently, including the GMA Dove Award for Inspirational Film of the Year.

Julius Randle, Lakers Rookie, Breaks Leg in NBA Debut (VIDEO)

Julius Randle, the rookie player for the Los Angeles Lakers, broke his leg in his NBA debut Tuesday night, according to reports. The 19-year-old’s right tibia was fractured in the fourth quarter when he went up for a shot against the Houston Rockets.

Interview: Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus

The Fuller Seminary president sees the church’s moment of cultural exile as a moment of incredible opportunity. F ollowing Jesus has never been an easy task. All the same, from the time of the disciples until today, Christians have been called to strap on their sandals, so to speak, and walk the road their Lord calls them down. Show More Summary

What a Christian Ethic Looks Like Outside

Beauty for the many: Why I side with conservationists over nature mystics. As I write, my eldest daughter and her family are having a wonderful vacation at an Arizona mountain cabin. This cabin rests on land that my father bought more than 50 years ago from a retired missionary in our church. The private property is surrounded by public lands. Show More Summary

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