Los Angeles Times 1989, Tom Gorman's Slander Reports of Pastor Benjamin Altschul: Put to a Screeching Halt by United States Supreme Court
How did the Los Angeles Times reporter become "duped," as well as other respectable media outlets, including television, newspapers and even the police? Contact: Great Among The Nations, 310-338-1021 LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Media outlets were used as pawns in a character assassination plot against the invaluable Christian ministry named "Great Among The Nations" and its Holocaust Survivor Pastor, Benjamin Altschul, a pastor who stood firm against a mob of inj Source: Great Among The Nations, Inc.
President Barack Obama proudly announced that his policies would be on the ballot in the Nov. 4 midterm elections. He got his response loud and clear: The American people said, "No, thanks."
As an American Anglophile who lived in London in 1995 and in Edinburgh ten years later, I was greatly dismayed to witness how much the U.K. has changed for the worse during my recent trip to London shortly after Remembrance Day.
I received a Facebook message the other day from one of my readers in Cordova, Alaska.
For decades, liberal society has been obsessed with multiculturalism and tolerance. Generations of children have been raised to believe that it's good to accept everyone, celebrate differences, avoid value judgments, and affirm "authenticity" in all its forms.
The anger and hurt coursing through the St. Louis suburb gives Christians the opportunity to speak grace and show love
New York Student Gets OK to Start Christian Club 'Dare to Believe' After She Was Told It Would Be Illegal
A New York school district has decided to approve a student's proposal to start a Christian club at her high school called "Dare to Believe" after she was initially told that her student organization would be a possible violation of the U.S. constitution.
"For all of our problems, there is much for which Americans of all faiths can be extremely grateful." -- Mark Tooley, IRD President Contact: Jeff Walton, Institute on Religion and Democracy, 202-682-4131, 202-413-5639 cell, jwalton@TheIRD.org WASHINGTON, Nov. 25, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Many Americans, including church officials, grouse with complaint about our nation's troubles, forgetting countless blessings meriting thanks, especially at this time of year. President George Source: Institute on Religion & Democracy
A United Nations terrorism expert said on Monday that the Islamic State terrorist group has made between $35 million and $45 million off of ransom payments in the past year alone, the Associated Press reports.
A deadline has come and gone in the seven-nation negotiations to curb Iran’s nuclear program, but that doesn’t mean the talks are over. Wednesday in Vienna, the site of the still-ongoing negotiations, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said the group had decided to extend the current agreement between Iran and Western nations until June 30, 2015, while they work on the next steps. For a year now, talks with the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany on one
An American hockey team was in Canada for a game when this person sang both countries' anthems.
Al Sharpton Slams Grand Jury Decision After Darren Wilson Is Cleared; 'We Are Going to Continue to Pursue Justice'
Al Sharpton slammed a St. Louis grand jury's decision to not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson at a press conference on Tuesday.
Although Gallup polling from May indicates that American public opinion strongly favors legally recognizing same-sex marriage, 2014 midterm election exit polls found that voters were evenly divided on the issue of gay marriage.
It is also important that we forgive others who encounter the same problem, and most of all, forgive ourselves.
Missouri Governor Orders More National Guard Troops Sent to Ferguson; Lieutenant Governor Slams Nixon for Not Sending Them Sooner
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Tuesday that additional National Guard troops would enter Ferguson, Missouri, following criticism against him from Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder after a night of violence and protests in the St. Louis suburb.
"Obama's not clarifying existing law as Reagan did, nor using prosecutorial discretion," Rozell said via email. "He's setting national policy. It is a dangerous path to go down because it will destabilize national policy by allowing presidents, depending on their party affiliation, to change policy through executive orders without Congress."
Community comes together to help clean up the damage left by rioters
John Hagee, the senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, described President Barack Obama as "one of the most anti-Semitic presidents" in U.S. history while speaking at an event for the Zionist Organization of America.
A dozen words will reverberate across the Christian world causing tears of joy or anguish depending on how you feel about women holding senior offices in church. Last week, Canon 33 of the General Synod, the governing organ of the Church of England, reads "A man or woman may be consecrated to the office of bishop." The decision came after a vote by the General Synod in London over an issue that the church has debated for almost 40 years. The new bishops may be appointed as early as this Christmas.
Chicago Church Gives $500 to Each Member to In Turn Bless Others; Pastor Discusses What They Did With the Money
Members of a Chicago church who were given $500 each made possible from a real estate deal the church received are using their share to help various programs and initiatives around the city.