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Controversial ‘That Jew Died for You’ video hits million views ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day

A video produced by Jews for Jesus has gone viral hitting 1million views ahead of the Holocaust Remembrance Day scheduled for April 28th.   ‘That Jew Died for You’ features Jesus being sentenced to a gas chamber by brutal ...
 
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Spanish town to change name from ‘Jew killer’

Castrillo de Matajudios, a town in Spain is considering a name change. The name means ‘Jewish Killer’ in Spanish.
 
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David Cameron: I’m evangelical about my faith

British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has come out to defend his previous religious comments saying he is “evangelical’ about his “Christian faith.”

 
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Federal court grants James Dobson provisional injunction against Obamacare

A Denver federal court has granted James Dobson, founder of the Family Talk radio show, a provisional injunction that averts the federal government’s requirements that his ministry’s insurance cover must include contraceptives.
 
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Activists call on British government to deport African exorcist

A Pentecostal preacher who claims to deliver people from witchcraft is a danger to children and should be deported from England, activists say.
 
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Christians Mark Good Friday
Christians Mark Good Friday
Christians Mark Good Friday

Christians celebrate Good Friday

An altar boy looks up at a crucifix he is holding during a special Good Friday mass at a church in Colombo, April 18, 2014. Christians around the world on Friday mark the crucifixion of Jesus. The day is known as Good Friday. C...

 
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Jews ordered to register in Eastern Ukraine

Leaflets have been distributed in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, where pro-Russian militants have taken over government buildings, telling Jews they must "register" with the local authorities or face consequences.
 
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Trial begins for Egyptian-born radical Muslim cleric

The trial of radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri has opened in New York, with federal prosecutors describing the fiery 55-year-old imam as using "the cover of religion" to conceal his role in a global campaign of terrorism.
 
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You’re not alone if you distrust the Internet

A new global public opinion survey suggests that just over half of people polled across the world believe that the Internet is not a safe place to express their individual opinions.

 
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Bible study: More people say the Good Book isn’t a God book
Bible study: More people say the Good Book isn’t a God book
Bible study: More people say the Good Book isn’t a God book

Study: Increasing numbers don’t think Bible is sacred book

Bible films may be raking it in at the box office, but fewer people are reading the original and taking it seriously.