Archives

Page 3 of 2,378 

Heroism at a moment’s notice

By D.C. Innes
Posted

Canada | You hear gunshots. You look in the direction of the sound and see people scattering. Your attention is now focused on what you are sure is a developing crisis…

What’s next for the Kermit Gosnell movie?

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Q&A | Filmmaker Phelim McAleer talks about the movie’s crowdfunding campaign and the process of getting started on production

Who owns you, baby?

By Janie B. Cheaney
Posted

Campaign 2014 | You’re so controlling. You never listen to what I say … Why is it always  my  fault? Feminist campaign rhetoric around election time is like listening…

Globe Trot: No freedom for Chibok’s captive schoolgirls

By Jamie Dean
Posted

International | NIGERIA: More than a week after the Nigerian government announced the terrorist group Boko Haram had agreed to release more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped…

Thank God for angels

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | When my son J was a little boy, he nearly drowned in the neighbor’s pool, lured into the deep end by a tantalizing floating inner tube. I jumped in (fully…

Midday Roundup: Methodists reinstate pastor after gay marriage dispute

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Newsworthy | Refrocked. The Judicial Council of the United Methodist Church (UMC) has voted to reinstate Pastor Frank Schaefer, who was defrocked last December after…

Colleges tap student entrepreneurs for creative fundraising

By Emily Scheie
Posted

Education | State funding for higher education dropped during the recession, but some schools are coming up with other ways to bring in revenue—from running an airport…

Polish priest kidnapped amid Central African Republic conflict

By Julia A. Seymour
Posted

Persecution | A Polish priest who has worked in Central African Republic (CAR) since 2009 was kidnapped Oct. 12 by a splinter rebel group that wants to exchange him for…

Hunt for mystery sub in Sweden evokes Cold War tensions

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

International | It wasn’t exactly The Hunt for Red October , but the week-long search for a mysterious submersible in Swedish waters brought back 30-year old memories of…

Dollars and Sense: The markets bounce back

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Money | The bull keeps charging. This is the bull market that won’t quit. The markets have set record after record for the past two years, even though—at least…

I once was blind …

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Media | If an Ebola virus the size of a coyote came running at us, we could shoot it—but because it’s tiny, it can kill caregivers if they slip up even slightly.

Is Islam a religion of peace?

Is Islam a religion of peace?

By Darrow Miller
Posted

Islam | The West’s definition of ‘peace’ differs dramatically from Islam’s

Page 3 of 2,378