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Suffering of Christians by ISIS Terrorists Is 'Unbelievable and Makes Me Cry,' Says Open Doors Field Worker

A field worker with persecution watchdog group Open Doors helping refugees in Iraq has spoken out about the "unbelievable" suffering going on in the country, which is under attack by the Islamic State terrorist group, which is better known as ISIS.

'Orange is the New Black' Season 3 Netflix Premiere Date, Spoilers: Piper Teaser Scene, New Cast Name Surfaced

Netflix's hit original "Orange is the New Black" is still currently in production for its upcoming third season but new developments about the forthcoming installment once again caught our attention.

Little League World Series Coach Gives an Unforgettable Speech to His Team (VIDEO)

After suffering a heartbreaking loss in the Little League World Series, this coach gives a speech to bring his team together.

Lakers NBA Trade Rumors, News: No Pressure for Jeremy Lin, Kobe Bryant Back for Good?

Earlier in July, the Los Angeles Lakers made a trade with the Houston Rockets to acquire point guard Jeremy Lin for its 2014-2015 season in exchange for Sergei Lishchuck. According to the team's General Manager Mitch Kupchack, the trade could be the key to success for the team's rebuilding efforts.

Christians Are Furious That a Virginia Hospital Removed Bibles from Bedrooms, but Their Anger is Misplaced

LewisGale Hospital Alleghany, in Virginia, just removed all Bibles from their bedrooms, infuriating some Christians.But this time, atheists had nothing to do with it:

Miami Heat NBA Trade Rumors: Cavaliers Eyeing Ray Allen, Toney Douglas Leaving for China

All things fall apart, even for the A-Team Miami Heat. First was the disheartening departure of LeBron James to return to his home state's team Cleveland Cavaliers. Now, other key players are also rumored to leave the 2-time NBA Championship holder.

Restoring Our Faith in Marriage

Despite our negativity, most couples aren’t doomed for divorce. For decades, Americans have been hearing that the divorce rate in the U.S. is around 50 percent. And everywhere I travel as a speaker and researcher, I see a deep cultural discouragement about marriage today. Conventional wisdom also holds that marriage is hard. Show More Summary

Morning Roundup 8/20/14

Robin Williams' Faith; Italian Evangelicals Wary; Human Progress Died Could Robin Williams’ Faith Have Prevented His Suicide?—Jim Daly Helpful words from Jim Daly, including a mention of our forthcoming research. Pope Francis Apologizes...Show More Summary

Pastor Matt Chandler Speaks Up About 'White Privilege,' 'Nonsense' Going on in Ferguson

Matt Chandler, pastor of The Village Church in Texas and president of the church planting network Acts 29, took to his blog Tuesday to expound upon his tweets about white privilege, why white people should join in the fight for justice, and how it related to the developments in Ferguson, Missouri.

Houston Rockets NBA Trade Rumors: Francisco Garcia to Resign With Clutch City's NBA Team

Though not officially announced by the Houston Rockets, it seems like Francisco Garcia is now close to re-signing his contract with Houston Rockets, according to reports.

New York Knicks NBA Trade Rumors: Carmelo Anthony Confident, Stoudemire to 76ers Trade Imminent

Carmelo may not be entirely confident with the thought that Knicks will win the trophy this season, but the playoffs are totally of another issue.

San Diego Megachurch's Plan for Sunday Worship Services at Shuttered Arts Center May Help Re-open Facility, Revitalize El Cajon

A megachurch based in California is eyeing the usage of a shuttered performing arts center, which may involve paying a city approximately $1 million over five years.

San Antonio Spurs NBA Trade Rumors: Euro Team Rooting for Center Aron Baynes

NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs proved last season that team-oriented playing style is the true crucial factors in winning a game. But that team lineup is threatened to be changed as there are recent news circulating that Aron Baynes might be playing next season with a Euro team.

'Big Bang Theory' Season 8 Plot Spoilers: Penny-Leonard Nuptial Put on Hold, Sheldon Did Board the Train

After some delays brought by contract negotiation misunderstandings, "The Big Bang Theory" is now set for its season 8 production. Along with this great news, there are details about the upcoming season's plot development that caught our attention.

The Spiritual Blessings of Seeking Solitude

An excerpt from 'A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.' T here is a silence we choose. Our retreats into our cells of silence and solitude still the noise pollution in our lives so that we might eventually be still. Show More Summary

'Sherlock' Season 4 Release Date, Spoilers: Crazy Love Affair Speculations, Actors Busy With Other Projects

Latest tidbits of "Sherlock" Season 4 spoilers indicated that Holmes' archnemesis Jim Moriarty will return for the upcoming season. But that doesn't end there. There are speculations pointing out that Moriarty's reoccurrence could be caused by none other than his ever-growing obsession with the sleuth.

Why Christians’ Tiresome “Victim” Routine Just Won’t Die

Despite what some Christian critics recklessly allege, we've never made light of actual religious persecution here on Friendly Atheist. On the contrary. Example one. Example two. Example three. Example four. Example five. Example six. Show More Summary

US Companies Can't Protect Citizens? Chinese Hackers Steal 4.5 Million Patients Info, Including Social Security Numbers

One of America's largest hospital chains is the latest to fall victim to a group of sophisticated Chinese hackers who compromised 4.5 million patients' data including social security numbers in April and June. The cyber attack is the largest ever reported by a U.S. Show More Summary

Pro-Abortionists May Lose Debate Because They Have Fewer Babies

Americans are becoming more pro-life because pro-lifers have more babies than pro-choicers, a new study finds. Looking at data from the General Social Survey from 1977 to 2010, Northwestern University sociologists J. Alex Kevern andShow More Summary

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