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Nepali Constitution Could Make Christianity Illegal

NEPAL (Assist News Service) — Nepali Christians fear that proposed amendments to Nepal’s new constitution, likely to come into effect on Monday (10 August) after seven years of parliamentary discussions, could eventually render all Christian activity illegal. According to a story by World Watch Monitor (WWM), attempting to convert someone to another religion is already […]

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Case in Malaysia Could Decide if Sharia Supercedes Constitution

(Morning Star News) – A case involving the constitutional position of sharia (Islamic law) courts in the Malaysian legal system could strengthen the power of the courts to block Malay conversions from Islam. In the potentially landmark case, due to be heard on Thursday (Aug. 13), the Federal Territory Islamic Council claims that sharia courts are separate […]

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Two South Sudanese Pastors on Trial in Sudan Released; Serious Charges Dropped

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – Two South Sudanese pastors on trial in Sudan for crimes calling for the death penalty were convicted on lesser counts today and released on time served, sources said. Yat Michael, 49, was convicted under Article 69 of “disturbing public peace,” a defense attorney said, for delivering a message of […]

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‘I Don’t Believe in God': Atheist Minister Resists Effort to Boot Her from United Church of Canada

TORONTO — An ordained minister with the United Church of Canada is resisting efforts to oust her from the pulpit because she is an atheist. “I don’t believe in … the god called God,” Gretta Vosper told the Globe and Mail. “Using the word gets in the way of sharing what I want to share.” […]

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Muslim Imam Converts to Christianity, Now Preaches Jesus to Islamists

A former Muslim imam in Africa is sharing his story of how he converted from Islam to Christianity and now preaches Christ to Islamists throughout his country. World Watch Monitor recently released the video testimony of a man who once was taught to persecute Christians as a Muslim and is now facing persecution himself as he […]

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Archaeologists Uncover Gate to Biblical City Gath, Home of Philistine Goliath

JERUSALEM — Archaeologists in Israel have announced the discovery of the gate to the biblical city of Gath, which was once the home of the notorious Philistine Goliath. Bar-Ilan University issued notice of the find on Monday, which was led by The Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath and professor Aren Maeir. “Prof. Maeir, of […]

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Nuclear Physicist Declares: ‘Science Will Never Contradict The Bible’

STELLENBOSCH, South Africa – An accomplished nuclear physicist has recently expressed outspoken support for the Genesis creation account, arguing that the evolutionary worldview “fails dismally” in its description of scientific realty. Dr. Brandon van der Ventel is a nuclear physicist with a Ph.D. from South Africa’s Stellenbosch University, where he currently teaches theoretical nuclear physics. Van […]

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Young Nepalese Boy Slain in Human Sacrifice Ritual

(CNN) — A Nepalese man has confessed to the murder of a young boy after saying a local priest advised him that a human sacrifice would heal his ailing son, local police said. The body of 10-year-old Jivan Kohar was found on July 24 on the outskirts of Kudiya village in southwest Nepal. The child had […]

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Attorneys for South Sudanese Pastors Facing Execution Make Final Appeal for Justice

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – Attorneys for two South Sudanese pastors facing the death penalty made their closing arguments on Thursday (July 23) before a judge who appears to favor the prosecution, sources said. Defense lawyers concluded their case at Khartoum Bahri Court with the assertion that agents from the National Intelligence and Security […]

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‘Some Things We Don’t Share': Kenyan President Rejects Obama’s Call for Homosexual Advocacy

NAIROBI, Kenya — During a press conference on Saturday, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta rejected calls from Barack Obama to give greater attention to the homosexual agenda. “We want to focus on other areas that are day-to-day living for our people,” Kenyatta said in response to Obama’s comments about the matter. “This issue is not on the foremost […]

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