Sanhedrin Calls on Arabs to Take Their Role in Third Temple as Prophesized by Isaiah

The nascent Sanhedrin, a Biblically mandated court of 71 elders, released a letter in Hebrew, English and Arabic inviting the Arabs as the sons of Ishmael to take their role in supporting the Third Temple as prophesied by Isaiah. This move is far more than symbolic. It is intended to bring the entire world one step closer to... Read More | Share it now!

Was Sir Isaac Newton: More than just a genius?

Sir Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton was born in 1642, the same year Galileo died. His mother was widowed twice, resulting in him being raised by his grandmother. He was sent off to grammar school and later went to Trinity College, Cambridge, 1661.

A contemporary of Robert Boyle, Sir Isaac Newton became a mathematician and a natural philosopher, discovering the laws of universal gravitation and formulating the three laws of motion, which aided in advancement of the... Read More | Share it now!

Is radical Islam infiltrating American universities?

In 1988, an FBI source inside the Muslim Brotherhood revealed that the Islamist group’s proxies in America had a six-phase plan to “institute the Islamic Revolution in the United States.” [1] Among these front groups was The International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a think tank committed to the “Islamization of knowledge.”[2] This ideology, as Professor Vali Nasr writes, entails the subordination of scientific... Read More | Share it now!

One Reason Americans Often are Wrong About Jews and Israel

In 2014, the media watchdog organization CAMERA put up a billboard on Times Square accusing the NY Times of “slanting the news.”

Nothing has changed; in fact, today the Times is listing so severely to port that I’m surprised to see it still afloat. I have picked a couple of articles, both by Times staffers, to prove... Read More | Share it now!

Atheist Activist Group Wants to Stop Pastor From Offering Lunchtime Bible Study at School

WINTERSVILLE, Ohio — One of the nation’s most conspicuous atheist activist groups is seeking to stop an Ohio pastor from holding a voluntary lunchtime Bible study for students at a local middle school.

The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) recently sent a letter to the superintendent of the Indian Creek School District to assert that it is unconstitutional for the district to allow Bobbyjon Bauman of... Read More | Share it now!

Harvard Suspends Christian Group After Lesbian Relationship Controversy

An entrance to Harvard

Prestigious American university Harvard has suspended a Christian student group that asked one of its leaders to step down after she started a lesbian relationship.

The group, Harvard College Faith and Action (HCFA), informed the unnamed woman—an assistant Bible course leader—that her relationship went against the group’s character standards.

HCFA has now been placed on probation for a year—the first time this has been done to any student... Read More | Share it now!

American Bible Society draws criticism for applying restrictive policies on use of .bible domain

The American Bible Society (ABS) is being criticized for applying restrictive policies on the use of its recently acquired .bible top-level domain name.

The .bible domain has been managed by ABS since 2016 and at least 1,190 groups have acquired the domain name.

Some scholars, however, have raised concerns about how the ABS is running the domain name, with some complaining that the organization had applied restrictive policies that limit a wide range of faiths and essentially exclude any group... Read More | Share it now!

Tim Tebow on Being Homeschooled: It Taught Me ‘Love for God, Love for One Another’

Tim Tebow on Being Homeschooled: It Taught Me 'Love for God, Love for One Another'

Football star Tim Tebow said his homeschool years taught him “love for God, love for one another.”

“They wanted us to learn reading, writing and arithmetic, but it wasn’t No. 1. It wasn’t the most important thing,” Tebow said of his... Read More | Share it now!

Church Told They Can’t Print Word ‘Jesus’ on Signs at Public Shopping Center

Church Told They Can't Print Word 'Jesus' on Signs at Public Shopping Center

An Australian church was told that they could not use the word “Jesus” in their advertisements for their Easter church events.

The Daily Mail reports that Elim Church in New South Wales, Australia paid for digital signs which they wanted to display... Read More | Share it now!