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Iowa Mennonite Pastor Deported to Honduras After 20 Years in US; Only Crime Was DUI 15 Years Ago

An Iowa Mennonite pastor that was deported back to Honduras last week despite garnering the support of thousands of American citizens, has opened up about his deportation and asserted that he deserved to stay in the country but was instead jailed in deplorable conditions and deported anyway.

'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Finale News, Spoilers: 90-Minute Closing Special to Wrap Up Loose Storylines

AMC's hit post-apocalyptic drama TV series "The Walking Dead" will soon be closing its fifth season and the reported 90-minute culmination special will certainly be mind-blowing as it will try to cover every aspect of the season from the conflict inside Alexandria and the mystery behind those W-tattooed zombies.

This tech CEO is taking a real stand against Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law

On Thursday, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) signed into law the "Religious Freedom Restoration Act," which will ban state and local governments from putting a "substantial burden" on a person's free exercise of religion. Many opponentsShow More Summary

Currently Reading: Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby

I’ve written before that I like to alternate the books I am given to review — and book reviews here are very much down in quantity from a year ago — with older books or even classic Christian titles by authors now deceased. I’m currently reading Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God […]

Proclaiming the One True God to a Relativistic Culture

What kind of god becomes an Actor in the Story he authored? The Father-Son-Spirit God. The post Proclaiming the One True God to a Relativistic Culture appeared first on OnFaith.

Atlas Shrugged: Bring Me a New Black Guy

Atlas Shrugged Part II: The Strike The most noticeable and jarring change between the first and second Atlas movies is that this one has an entirely new cast. This page from the Atlas Society explains why: Part 1 was shot in a rush to keep John Aglialoro’s rights from expiring, and the time pressure and [Read More...]

Anti-LGBT, Anti-Atheist, and Anti-Anyone Discrimination Are All Legal In Indiana Now

Yesterday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence (below) codified discrimination against LGBT people, atheists, women, unmarried couples, pregnant people, and virtually anybody else who could pose a "threat" to a person's religious expression....Show More Summary

'Teen Wolf' Season 5 News, Update: Premiere Episode to Feature Scott-Kira Moments, Alpha Losing the Pack?

The upcoming brand new fifth season of the hit supernatural teen drama TV show "Teen Wolf" is now edging closer towards its outing date and fans are hankering for more information about what to expect when the show kicks off once again on the small screen. Here's what we heard:

'Insidious 3' Plot Spoilers, Details: Upcoming Prequel to Focus on Elise's Past

Blumhouses' next film "Insidious: Chapter 3" will serve as a prelude to the first two chapters of the franchise. Some aspects from Chapters 1 and 2 will be explored in the upcoming installment.

The Selfishness of Digital Life ‘On Demand’

Tips for helping teens (and ourselves) find balance in high tech world. The use of technology can cause any of us to become self-centered. It’s so focused on the consumer! If you trawl online one afternoon for a certain kind of T-shirt or new boots, advertisers for T-shirts and boots will appear on your Facebook news feed for weeks. Show More Summary

The Unexpected Defenders: Meet the Women Apologists

Apologetics has long been a bastion of men—until now. Holly Ordway began her conversion to faith in a casino in Reno, Nevada, surrounded by slot machines. She had just competed in a North American Cup fencing tournament and was having dinner with her coach and his wife. Show More Summary

The Morning After the Pentecostal Murders

Ten years ago, scandal put Sweden’s free churches on edge. Now their prospects are brighter than ever. O ur taxi driver feigns nonchalance, but we are lost. More than once he has reversed our sedan back down one of these serpentine streets,...Show More Summary

The Civil War Is More Than a Historical Fascination

Why the clash between North and South remains relevant, 150 years later. A mericans have written more than 70,000 books about the Civil War—1 for every 19 hours since Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant. We are awed by its sheer magnitude, staggered by its appalling human cost, and inspired by its looming heroes. Show More Summary

Revival 100 Years After the Armenian Genocide

My family, displaced by the genocide, returned to see Christ at work in our homeland. O ne hundred years ago this April, the first genocide of the 20th century began in modern-day Turkey. From 1915 to 1923, 1.5 million Armenians were...Show More Summary

Interview: Reading Luke Through Latin American Eyes

Justo González explores underappreciated themes in the books of Luke and Acts. J usto González is one of today’s most influential theologians and church historians. Born in Havana, González has taught at the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico and at Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. Show More Summary

7 Ways to Support Your Spouse through Porn Addiction

Here's how you can move past the hurt to a place of freedom from pornography. The post 7 Ways to Support Your Spouse through Porn Addiction appeared first on OnFaith.

Halo Online Beta Launch News, Update: Game's Multiplayer PC Version Coming Exclusively to Russia

Excitement bursts out on every fan of the hit sci-fi first-person shooter video game franchise, "Halo," when an announcement broke out to the Web saying that Microsoft, through 343 Industries, is releasing an online multiplayer for PC version of the game.

#BlackLivesMatter, But We Have to Answer Why They Matter, Urban Apologist D.A. Horton Says at Southern Baptist Race Conference

The "black lives matter" hashtag campaign does not mean that other lives do not matter, but the the campaign also needs to address why black lives matter, which includes the high abortion rate in black communities, urban apologist and former church planter D.A. Horton said Thursday.

Whitney Houston's Mother Cissy Houston Speaks About Granddaughter Bobbi Kristina: 'We're Still Praying'

Cissy Houston, mother of R&B icon-singer Whitney Houston, recently speaks up about the condition of her granddaughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, this week saying "we're still praying."

20th Century Fox Accidentally Leaks First Look at The Thing From 'Fantastic Four' Reboot

20th Century Fox inadvertently leaked the public's first look at The Thing from their late summer reboot of the "Fantastic Four."

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