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Settlement reached in case involving City of Lansing firing Seventh Day Adventist who asked to have Sabbath Day off.

The Justice Department has reached a settlement with the City of Lansing, Michigan, to resolve allegations of religious accommodation and retaliation. The lawsuit claimed that the city violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by discriminating and retaliating against Sylvia Coleman, a Seventh-day Adventist and former detention officer with the city’s police

Annual persecution report for 2022 catalogs persecution against Christians in mainland China.

ChinaAid, an organization that monitors religious freedom in China, has released its annual report detailing the Communist Party of China's (CCP) oppression and persecution of Chinese Christians. The report is based on information from a network of Christians throughout the country, but it is not exhaustive due to the CCP's digital surveillance and totalitarian nature.

“Who Do You Say I Am?” examines the Shroud of Turin from all angles seeking to uncover the truth behind the Shroud.

Written and Directed by Bill Snyder, founder of Patchwork Heart Ministry and created in collaboration with Fiat Ministry Network, "Who Do You Say I Am?" chronicles the ongoing scientific and spiritual investigation surrounding the Shroud of Turin. The Shroud of Turin has long been one of the world's most mysterious and debated artifacts. The cloth bears

Mary Eberstadt’s book, Adam and Eve After the Pill poses the question: “Has the sexual revolution completely reconfigured the world?

The sexual revolution, accelerated by widespread adoption of the control pill in the 1960s, has had transformative effects on individuals and families, as Mary Eberstadt masterfully addressed in Adam and Eve After the Pill (Ignatius Press, 2012). While familial destruction, rage-filled protests and confusion over sexual identity continue to tear at the fabric of the

241 Organizations Honored as ‘Certified Best Christian Workplaces’ in 2022.

Imagine what would happen in our societies if Christian-led organizations decided to rise up and set the standard Today, Best Christian Workplaces (BCW) honored 241 faith-based organizations and Christian-owned businesses as Certified Best Christian Workplaces in 2022. As many organizations continue to face challenges related to the ongoing shift from virtual and hybrid work environments, these workplaces

Twitter suspends Christian Post account after they report, “USA Today names Rachel Levine, a man, among its ‘Women of the Year'”

USA Today announced their Woman of the Year - Rachel Levine (aka Richard Levine) - a transgender biological male who lives as a woman, sparking outrage among conservatives, women, Christian groups... and Twitter? The Washington Examiner’s Nicole Russell said that USA Today had committed “an affront to women and girls” and stressed that “Levine’s place on

The Church Of God In Christ, the largest African American Pentecostal denomination, challenges “draconian voter restrictions” passed by southern states.

The largest African American Pentecostal denomination today challenged new voter laws passed in states such as Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, and Texas. The new laws appear to introduce unnecessary barriers for people to vote. According to the ACLU, these measures disproportionately impact people of color, students, the elderly, and people with disabilities. In response, the

Scientists find evidence of vast city destroyed by “cosmic airburst”. Is Tall el-Hammam the biblical city of Sodom that God destroyed by “sulfur and fire from the sky”?

Scientists have conducted archeological excavations at Tall el-Hammam since 2005. What they have uncovered is astonishing evidence of an event that may confirm the biblical account of the destruction at Sodom and Gomorrah. The Tall el-Hammam archaeological site Tall el-Hammam is an ancient walled city in the southern Jordan Valley northeast of the Dead Sea. This is