A trial court in Iran has issued its final verdict, ordering a Christian pastor to be put to death for leaving Islam and converting to Christianity, according to sources close to the pastor and his legal team.
Are Christian authors and film makers jumping on the conspiracy bandwagon to turn a profit, reach potential people for Christ, or adjusting to the wind generated by alternative media to retain their flock?
A single, 31-year-old woman in Michigan who posted a note on her church bulletin board seeking a "Christian roommate" to share her residence has been cited by the state for violating the Fair Housing Act by discriminating against those of other faiths.
Nationalism, or patriotism, are emotions I don't share. I find them on par with racism: the belief that one is inherently superior on the basis of the involuntary membership to some collective body. I also think that nationalism and patriotism are inherently against the fundamental principles that our nation was founded upon.
Prisons: America's growth industry
Inside the borders of the United States resides a separate nation of 2.3 million people. It's a nation in constant flux, with 700,000 residents released each year, their places soon taken by 700,000 others. It's a land where the meals are free but the doors are always locked.
* Government control has evolved the American thought process into making laws to solve problems. This article is proof of that. Since when did the government create holidays? Why do we resort to this when thinking of a solution? Why does he not just convince his community to celebrate on the last Saturday of October instead of making it a law for the nation to follow?