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Push resumes for new .xxx domain for Internet pornography
WASHINGTON (BP)--Efforts to create a .xxx domain name for pornographic websites have resumed, and conservative leaders are urging citizens to speak out against the proposal while the agency in charge is taking public comments through Feb. 5.
USMC chaplain who took a stand says Navy is retaliating
INDIAN HEAD, Md. (BP)--A Marine chaplain involved in a lawsuit alleging discrimination against evangelicals claims the U.S. Navy is retaliating against him for speaking out against its religious policies.
Navy chaplain ousted on grounds overturned by Congress
A chaplain at the Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Va., Lt. Gordon Klingenschmitt has been ordered out of the Navy as of Jan. 31, cutting short a military career that began 15 years ago as a missile officer in the Air Force.
Believers executed in N. Korea; Venezuela’s Chavez pushes socialism; Honduran Christian in hiding;…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea is well-known as a country where Christians are persecuted for their faith. Because the government there keeps a tight lid on communication, however, only rarely does specific information leak out. This month, details about four Christians executed for their faith have been released through the World Bible Translation Center’s Gary Bishop.
RSS alerts, Facts & Trends latest LifeWay cyber resources
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Alerts on resources, events, ministries and other news from LifeWay Christian Resources are now available through RSS feeds being introduced by the Southern Baptist entity.
Danny Akin podcast to focus on biblical exposition
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)--Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, has launched a podcast of sermons and teaching material rooted in biblical exposition.