"Christian" Blogs & Blog Posts

James HenleyJames Henley

Thoughts on missional faith for a new generation. The blog of James Henley ...

 
Plain StuffPlain Stuff

-- a little of this, some of that, and a whole lot of other stuff --- p...

 
Christian QuoterChristian Quoter

English Christian male who is not backward in coming forward with opinions

 
Digital Evangelism IssuesDigital Evangelism Issues

The DEI blog focuses on news and ideas for any type of Christian digital ou...

 
The Voice of Optimum HealthThe Voice of Optimum Health

The blog of Dr. David Jernigan, providing valuable articles on living in op...

 
Clothed With SackclothClothed With Sackcloth

Chris is a design-graduate from london and heads up the student and 20'...

 
Ft. Hard KnoxFt. Hard Knox

Helping conservatives become more effective online.

 


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Two thirds of the Anglican churches in the City of London should be closed, said a 1994 commission chaired by Lord Templeman. His com­mission was one of many set up to solve the problems which arose when 36 churches served a small city region, with...

France had a mixed history when it came to its own Jewish community. Consider the splitting of France into the anti-Semitic German-occupied north and the anti-Semitic Vichy government in the unoccupied South (1940-42). Despite the heroic French Resis...

Grigory Rasputin (1869–1916) was an illiterate Siberian peasant who had a religious vision in the early 1890s and from then on, led the life of a mystic and sage. Frances Welch tells a great story in Rasputin: A Short Life&...

The jihadist militant group Boko Haram in northern Nigeria reportedly orchestrated a deadly attack on presumably Christian villagers, pretending to be “preachers” before massacring 45 congregants near a local church. There is only one word to...

The Obama Administration’s State Department has been dragging its heels, refusing to acknowledge that the children of the woman on death row in Sudan for her Christian faith are U.S. citizens. Those two young American children – including a ne...

The Embassy of Sudan has release an official public statement that torturing and executing a woman for her Christian faith isn’t “violating human rights.”The post Sudan: Torturing and Executing a Woman for Her Faith Is No Big Deal appeared firs...

If angry atheists have their way, that’s exactly what will happen. The American Humanist Association, an angry atheist group that peruses the country for a small town to attack in its attempt to eviscerate faith from public life, has sued a Gree...