A recently published translation of the New Testament has one glaring omission: it has purged all references to the place and the people of the Bible.
China-owned Smithfield Food's decision to temporarily shutter the largest pork processing plant in the US, based in Sioux Falls, SD, due to a coronavirus outbreak is a much more significant event than the mainstream media gave credit for.
Sometimes a crisis brings out the best in people -- and sometimes, it only makes other problems worse. In the world of Big Tech censorship, this pandemic is turning into just another excuse for social media magnates to shut down debate.
World abortion leaders are not concerned about women, they are concerned with population control. That concern is undoubtedly heightened amid a pandemic that could produce a baby boom and they are advancing their agenda to stop it.
A budget is a great way to keep track of your finances and make sure you can avoid overspending. If you do not have the patience to track your expenses in detailed categories, the 50/30/20 rule can be a good tool.
Lifeway Research has revealed that 98% of the church will not teach on anything end-time related as it is considered too controversial. However, many pastors are apparently now having an "aha" moment due to the signs of the times. Will this moment continue once church services resume?
An asteroid the size of a house was discovered by NASA last week, which was just in time to announce its near-miss on Wednesday night. There are currently 5,000 potentially hazardous near earth objects and one Bible scholar warns "Wormwood" may be near.
Hostile governments to Christianity around the world are blatantly using the virus crisis to suppress religious exercise and extend their long arm of state control.
Right in the middle of New York's epic battle against COVID-19, the state legislature passed, and Governor Cuomo signed, a bill that legalizes commercial surrogacy. The commercial surrogacy is being pushed for by same-sex couples who benefit while poor women are exploited.
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