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Prayer Time for Actors?



Denzel Washington Encourages Young Actors to Pray Every Morning By Diana Anderson-Tyler, Contributing Writer A popular Facebook video recently shared by R&B singer Tyrese Gibson showed Movieguide® Award nominee and Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington speaking to young actors about the … Continue reading

NOAH vs. Al Gore



Noah vs Al Gore By David Outten In Genesis 6:17, 18, God tells Noah, “I am going to bring floodwaters on the earth to destroy all life under the heavens. . . but I will establish my covenant with you, … Continue reading

TV Kills!



A new study shows that people who watch more TV don’t live as long as those who don’t. Australian researchers found that people who watch about six hours of TV a day live about five years less than those who … Continue reading

Army Approves Atheist Concert at Fort Bragg



The United States Army has approved an atheism-themed concert on March 31, 2012 at Fort Bragg. Originally scheduled for this year, the concert event was postponed when Sgt. Justin Griffith, a Bragg soldier and military director of American Atheists, decided … Continue reading

The Ultimate Christmas Gift



By David Outten, Production Editor What is Christmas? It’s the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, God’s gift to mankind. This celebration has devolved into a very secular shopping season highlighted by days called Black Friday and Cyber Monday. … Continue reading

Ashamed



  By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher Recently at an academic conference I keynoted, I noted that the Catholic and mainline professors were deeply engaged in understanding the breadth and depth of the theology of the topic being considered. Some of … Continue reading

Christians Are the Most Persecuted People



Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world, with 200 million people suffering from discrimination, including jail time, murder and church vandalism. So says the 2010 Report on Religious Freedom in the World by Aid to the Church in … Continue reading

Retailers Selling Adult Games to Youngsters



About 20% of all video game sales to minors are of Mature-rated games, according to a recent study by the Parents Television Council (PTC)! Video games carrying an “M” rating for Mature contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content, … Continue reading

Pediatricians Decry Media’s Depiction of Sex



Pediatricians at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) again have slammed the mass media’s “unhealthy” depiction of sex. “Television film, music, and the Internet are all becoming increasingly sexually explicit, yet information on abstinence, sexual responsibility and birth control remains … Continue reading

 

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