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Ted Cruz Christian

They key to a Republican victory in the 2016 presidential election will be evangelical pastors getting their congregations to vote, according to GOP candidate Ted Cruz. His father, a pastor, is helping this concept along by travelling the country to churches working with other pastors to get the Christian voters
Constitution as fatality of Supreme Court decisions

It isn’t about whether or not one believes in marriage economy or medical socialism. The politics behind the issues are irrelevant as they apply to the legal system. They’re issues for the legislative branch of the government rather than the judicial branch according to Thomas Sowell. The conservative thinker is
American Youth at Church

It doesn’t take Pew Research to tell us that fewer Americans are claiming religious affiliations. The rise in secularism is a clear indicator that the country is less driven by faith than in the recent past. In fact, a survey of 35,000 American showed a steep decline in the percentage
Jim Staley Apology

The Christian world was mildly rocked this week as Pastor Jim Staley from Passion for Truth Ministries in Missouri plead guilty to wire fraud charges stemming from events that took place right before starting his ministry. Sentencing will take place on July 9th where he faces 6-8 years in prison.
Joseph from Genesis

The Book of Genesis does not mention Pharaoh Djoser or his vizier, Imhotep. Egyptian historical records do not mention Joseph or his Pharaoh. Could the two sets of stories, too similar to be coincidence, be describing the same peope doing the same things under different historical names? Here are the
Vatican document signals dramatic shift in attitude towards same-sex couples

A new document from the Vatican has called for the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church to do more to reach out to homosexual and divorced Catholics and asked if Catholicism could recognize the positive aspects of same-sex couples, a dramatic shift from the Church’s previous stance on these issues.
Alaska’s same-sex marriage ban has been struck down

Over the weekend, a federal judge struck down Alaska’s ban on same-sex marriage, which was the first such ban to be put in place in the United States back in 1998. This court decision is the latest in what has been a string of same-sex marriage legalization across the nation
Sudanese woman who escaped execution meets with the Pope

Pope Francis has met privately with a Sudanese woman who arrived in Italy after escaping a death sentence in Sudan for refusing to recant her Christian faith. Ishag and her family were received by Pope Francis at his home for a 30-minute meeting in which he thanked her for her
White House looks to satisfy religious groups over Obamacare issues

The Obama administration is developing a method for religious organizations opposed to contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act to opt out of providing the coverage in their health plans without filling out a form. That is the gist of a brief filed on Tuesday in the U.S. Court of
Obama on the Phone

In another blow to the beleaguered Obamacare legislation, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that the ideologies associated with religious beliefs could  not be trampled on by the legislation. Conestoga Wood Specialties of Pennsylvania and Hobby Lobby of Oklahoma were at the center of this decision, declaring that