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Archaeologists Make ‘Mind Blowing’ Discovery Of The Biblical City Of Corinth Intact And Underwater

Archaeologists Make ‘Mind Blowing’ Discovery Of The Biblical City Of Corinth Intact And Underwater

By Geoffrey Grider “Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, and Timothy our brother, unto the church of God which is at Corinth, with all the saints which are in all...
A waiting game for migrants in France

A waiting game for migrants in France

Christians minister at refugee encampments in Paris By Rob Holmes (WNS)–It’s near freezing when tents begin appearing on Avénue du Président Wilson. Migrants are getting ready for another...
Replacing Jesus with Xi Jinping

Replacing Jesus with Xi Jinping

By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Chinese officials asked Christians in southeast China’s Yugan county to replace their religious icons with portraits of President Xi Jinping—the Communist...
Indian Christians accused of kidnapping, forced conversion

Indian Christians accused of kidnapping, forced conversion

By Julia A. Seymour   (WNS)–A court allowed seven Christian children in India to return to their families a week after Hindu radicals falsely accused their chaperones of kidnapping them to...
Canada rejects Christian couple for adoption

Canada rejects Christian couple for adoption

Their Biblical beliefs on sexuality and gender conflict with the government’s official position By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–A married Canadian couple is suing the Alberta government after...
Lebanon caught in regional squeeze-play

Lebanon caught in regional squeeze-play

The fight for dominance between Iran and Saudi Arabia threatens to overtake their less powerful neighbors By Onize Ohikere   (WNS)–Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s resignation...
EU considers redefining marriage for all member states

EU considers redefining marriage for all member states

By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–The Court of Justice of the European Union held a hearing on Nov. 21 in a case that could result in the EU redefining marriage for all 28 member states.   The case,...
U.K. remembers persecuted Christians

U.K. remembers persecuted Christians

Parliament, churches light up red to raise awareness for martyred believers By Julia A. Seymour   (WNS)–On Nov. 22, the British Houses of Parliament and more than 30 churches and schools,...
World Briefs

World Briefs

  Taliban attacks on the rise in Afghanistan (WNS)–The Taliban claimed responsibility for two attacks in Afghanistan that killed at least 15 police officials at checkpoints, officials...
Scotland backs spanking ban

Scotland backs spanking ban

Opponents say the law will punish good parents, overwhelm social services By Kiley Crossland   (WNS)–Scotland plans to ban spanking, or “smacking” as Scots commonly call it. The...