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Study: Online Porn Seen by 200,000 UK Kids in One Month

At least 200,000 under 16-year-olds saw internet porn in a single month last year, an online video watchdog has said. The Authority for Television on Demand (ATVOD), found that one in twenty UK visitors to adult websites during December 2013 was under 18. ATVOD called for an urgent response from the government, saying children need […]

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Calgary Christian School Center of Controversy Over Possible Expulsion of Immoral Students, Staff

An agreement between a public school board and a faith-based Calgary facility threatens students with expulsion and staff with dismissal if they engage in a ‘lifestyle of sexual immorality.’ The final deal between Palliser Regional Schools and Heritage Christian Academy inked six months ago doesn’t define the term, but earlier versions say premarital relations, viewing […]

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Secular Groups Attack Plan to Make Religion Part of Scottish Constitution

A proposal to acknowledge the role of religion in any future constitution for Scotland has provoked a stringent response from secular groups. Both the Humanist Society Scotland (HSS) and the Scottish Secular Society (SSS) have voiced objection to the suggestion that an independent Scotland should formally recognise the prominence of faith groups in its written […]

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Arkansas to Appeal Ruling Striking Down Ban on Abortion When Heartbeat Detected

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The attorney general of Arkansas has announced that he will appeal a recent ruling that struck down the state’s ban on abortion after 12 weeks if a heartbeat is detected. “[T]he notice of appeal was filed today and this office will diligently litigate this matter to its conclusion,” Attorney General Dustin […]

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‘Militant Atheist’ Who Brutally Beat Ohio Pastor Sentenced to Eight Years Behind Bars

CHICAGO – A self-described ‘militant atheist’ who brutally beat an Ohio pastor last fall has been sentenced to eight years behind bars for committing felonious assault. As previously reported, Norman Hayes of Bridge Community Church in North Hampton told reporters last October that following a Sunday church service, James Maxie, 28, and his girlfriend came […]

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Canadian Border Agency Overturns Decision to Bar Biblical Marriage Speaker from Country

REGINA – The Canadian Border Services Agency has overturned a decision to deny a Christian speaker entry into the country because of his biblically-based work in opposition of homosexual behavior. As previously reported, Peter LaBarbera, the director of the U.S.-based Christian ministry Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, spent hours responding to questions from authorities with […]

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School District Finds Teachers Violated Students’ Rights by Banning Distribution of Bible Coins

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. – A school district in California has ruled that two teachers recently violated the rights of Christian students when they prohibited the children from distributing coins imprinted with Bible verses to their friends. “We’re going to make sure that students are protected,” Apple Valley School District Superintendent Thomas Hoegerman told the San […]

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Maryland County Commissioners Agree to Obey Court Order to Halt Prayers in Jesus’ Name

CARROLL COUNTY, Md. – County commissioners in Maryland narrowly voted this week to obey a federal court order that barred them from presenting public prayers in Jesus’ name. As previously reported, U.S. District Court Judge William D. Quarles, Jr., who was appointed to the bench by then-President George W. Bush, issued a preliminary injunction last […]

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Christian Speaker Detained at Canadian Border Over Opposition to Homosexuality

American citizen and Christian speaker Peter LaBarbera was detained at the Canadian border and denied entry to the country as a result of his work opposing homosexuality, according to reports. LaBarbera, who is director of the United States-based group Americans for Truth about Homosexuality and was scheduled to speak at the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association this weekend, stated that […]

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New Concerns Arise Over Liberty University’s ‘Gay’ Choreographer as Play Opens on Campus

LYNCHBURG, Va. – New concerns have arisen over Liberty University’s use of a choreographer who has advocated for homosexual causes as its Department of Theater Arts opens its production of Mary Poppins this weekend. Information provided to Christian News Network reveals that the choreographer is also a photographer whose homosexual advocacy extends into his photo shoots, which […]

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