Southern Baptists Elect First Black President

(NEWSMAX) — The largest U.S. Protestant denomination chose its first black president on Tuesday, an historic election for the predominately white religious group as it seeks to better reflect the diversity of the country and its membership. Fred Luter, a New Orleans pastor and civic leader, ran unopposed for the top post in the 167-year-old […]

California Christians Take the Gospel to the Streets

Several Christians from a church in California have decided to take the Gospel out of the four walls of the church and onto the streets. Rondy Martin, Benjamin Olegario and Anthony Andaya make it a point to meet every Friday or Saturday afternoon to preach to their neighbors in Visalia. The men, accompanied by their […]

Blow to Islamists as Court Dissolves Egypt’s Parliament

CAIRO — A panel of judges appointed by Egypt’s ousted president, Hosni Mubarak, threw the nation’s troubled transition to democracy into grave doubt Thursday with rulings that dissolved the popularly elected Parliament and allowed the toppled government’s last prime minister to run for president, escalating a struggle by remnants of the old elite to block […]

TIME Magazine Publishes Controversial “How to Die” Article

TIME Magazine has raised a lot of eyebrows since publishing a front page article on Monday entitled “How to Die.” In the article, reporter Joe Klein outlines the journey he went through when his parents became sick and were hospitalized. While controversy exists as to whether Klein is promoting eugenics or euthanasia in his article, […]