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In Communist Vietnam: Churches Growing, Christian Businesses Thriving

Not only is business booming in Vietnam, churches are also flourishing. Thousands of Christians from more than 50 denominations...

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Future Canadian law school already being challenged

Canada’s Supreme Court is looking to make a decision on whether graduates from a proposed Christian law school be recognized as lawyers.

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Anti-Christian persecution will come to Europe if EU does not protect Middle East believers, says Orban

During an International Consultation on Christian Persecution conference called "Searching for Answers to a Long-Ignored Crisis,"

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US quits Unesco over 'anti-Israel bias'

The agency is known for designating world heritage sites such as Syria's Palmyra and the US Grand Canyon.

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Oxford Student Body Protects Freshmen from Christianity's 'Damaging' Influence

Balliol College is one of the most prestigious at the University of Oxford...

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'Canada's Pastor' David Mainse Dies at 81; Christian TV Pioneer Remembered for Passion for Evangelism

The founder of Crossroads Christian Communications, the Rev. David Mainse, has died at the age of 81 years old...

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Christian leader second-guesses 'victory' by tribunal

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Canada, has ruled that an evangelical school identified in court only as “the private academy" had the right...

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ACLJ: American Pastor in 'Extraordinary Danger;' Group Continues to Fight for 'Immediate Freedom'

American Pastor Andrew Brunson continues to remain in prison in Turkey. He's been incarcerated for nearly a year.

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Germany’s New Social Media Law Puts a Price on Hate Speech

A new German law set to take effect in October will impose fines on social networks if they fail to remove...

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A gifted Christian student beaten to death by Muslim classmates

In any school, a student should never have to fear that his religion will target him for violence or murderous rage.

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