Two Arizona calligraphy artists faced with fines and jail time for declining to take part in promoting gay “weddings” are asking the state’s Supreme Court to hear their challenge to the city of Phoenix’s law that compels them create artwork that violates their religious beliefs.
In an effort to stem the growth of Christianity in the world’s most heavily-populated country, China’s communist regime has banned online retailers from selling copies of the Bible.
China’s communist authorities are cracking down on Christianity, telling more than a hundred Christian churches that children are now forbidden from attending church services and joining Christian groups.
Christian street preachers arrested, fined for ‘challenging Muslims,’ ‘homophobia’ | 25Jul2017 18:26:44
A parable for these modern times
A certain farmer in a faraway land had a mongoose, some chickens and a few goats. The chickens provided him with eggs and the goats with milk. “but this mongoose,” he said one day, “what does it do for me? Sometimes it scampers on the roof at night, waking me. Occasionally it consumes an egg from a hen’s nest, depriving me. Besides that, I’m allergic to its fur.”
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Canada legalized same-sex “marriage” in 2005, the fourth country in the world to do so. During the rushed public debate that preceded legalization, the Christian and traditional understanding of marriage as the union of a man and a woman had strong support. Polls showed a deep split among Canadians, and the majority (52 percent) were actually against legalization at the time that it occurred.
The United States’ commitment to religious liberty is being tested and hostility toward traditional moral beliefs is on the rise, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told a group of Catholic lawyers Wednesday night.
Mexican bishop says he’ll evangelize in prison if he’s locked up for ‘homophobia’ | 17Set2016 16:52:53
The Catholic bishop of Cuernavaca, Mexico, is being investigated in response to his opposition to the gay agenda, according to national and local media sources, but he says if he goes to prison he’ll take advantage of the opportunity to bring the Gospel of Christ to the inmates there.
Empowerment? Armed French police force woman to strip for wearing too many clothes at the beach | 27Ago2016 15:59:38
CANNES, France, August 24, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — French police reportedly forced a Muslim woman to strip off layers of clothing on a beach in front of a hostile crowd as part of the enforcement of a “burkini” swimwear ban.
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LifeSiteNews Editor-in-Chief John-Henry Westen delivered the following address at the Rome Life Forum on May 6, 2016.
Spanish government opens investigation of cardinal after he complains of “gay empire” in sermon | 18Jun2016 17:16:10
The government of the Spanish province of Valencia has opened an investigation against the Cardinal Archbishop of Valencia, Antonio Cañizares Llovera, following numerous complaints over a sermon in which he denounced the influence of the “gay empire” on society.
Kim Davis jailing only beginning of what is in store for America as revealed in June 27 “gay” magazine | 09Set2015 20:28:12
The judge told her that she’ll stay in jail until she’s willing to change her mind -- and go against her conscience and faith. He said that he’d review the situation in a week. The judge said that he jailed her because fining her “would not bring about the desired result of compliance”.
On July 8th at 9:00 AM Pastor Kent Hovind walked out of Yazoo City Correctional Facility in Yazoo City, Mississippi, a free man!!
Scientists discriminated by their membership, Bishops denounced because they are against abortion, books and radio station censored: here's a map of attacks on religious freedom.
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A Christian Church in Burma is destroyed by the military.
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”Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” –Matthew 5:10
As we continue to report on Christian brothers and sisters worldwide being jailed, tortured and killed for their beliefs, a new story emerges in Burma that is a throwback to the persecution of the first century A.D. The government of Burma has now passed new laws restricting the exercise of the Christian faith to such extremes that a permit is now required to just read a Bible.