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Chaldean Archbishop Urges Iraqi Catholics to Stay and Help Rebuild
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Iraqi Christians who are considering leaving the country should stay put and play a role in rebuilding their war-shattered homeland, a senior prelate said in Paris.
Political and Religious Leaders Denounce European Anti-Jewish Outbursts Tied to Gaza
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Amid mounting protests in Europe against the Gaza conflict, political and religious leaders in the region have sharply denounced anti-Semitism within their borders.
Worried About their Future, French Jews Take a Bet on Israel
Monday, February 10, 2014
Worldwide, immigration to Israel has stagnated and even declined. But French Jews are bucking the trend.
Central African Republic’s Top Clerics Call For Peacekeepers
Friday, January 24, 2014
The Central African Republic’s top Muslim and Christian clerics called Thursday for a United Nations peacekeeping force to end their country’s brutal conflict.
Christian news headlines from the United States and around the world
King David's Name Uncovered in 2,900-Year-Old Stone Slab: Scholars
Pastor Andy Stanley Draws Praise, Criticism for Asserting Gay Churchgoers 'Have More Faith Than I Do'
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl Bound, Says John 13:7 Inspired Him: It's 'My Favorite Verse'
NASA Astronaut Says the Bible and Science Don't Conflict: 'God Is the Creator'
Dolly Parton Says Her New Song about God's Warning Came to Her in a Dream
Relationships Are Key to Long-Term Health
The Problem with Defining Truth However We Wish
When Artificial Intelligence Makes Art, What Becomes of the Artist?
Controversial WWII Museum Exhibit Highlights 'the Bad Sides of History'
New Study Debunks Dutch Transgender Research
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