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A Canadian pastor has been acquitted of breaching coronavirus worship restrictions after spending 21 days in jail for holding religious services. Pastor Tim Stephens of Fairview Baptist Church, located in Calgary, was acquitted by the Provincial Court of Alberta after going against public health rules imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Christian Post reports: “A

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According to a study conducted by the Austria based nongovernmental organization, The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe, there has been a significant drop in the number of anti-Christian hate crimes in Europe from nearly 1,000 in 2020 to over 500 in 2021. The report consists of hate crime incidents against Christians

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Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, joined other religious leaders from around the globe in  participating in the first climate repentance ceremony amidst the ongoing 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as Cop27. Religious leaders from different faiths and nationalities joined the repentance ceremony to beg forgiveness for climate-related sins and to

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The Tatmadaw — the armed forces of Myanmar — reportedly attacked The Kachin Theological College, a Baptist seminary in Northern Myanmar, last week. The Tatmadaw launched a severe onslaught of artillery fire, which injured four students. The International Christian Concern (ICC), a U.S.-based persecution watchdog, reported the incident. The seminary was established in 1932 by

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A Christian monastery that was possibly built before Islam spread across the Arabian Peninsula has been unearthed on Siniyah Island, which is off the coast of the United Arab Emirates. The monastery, which belongs to the sheikdom of Umm al-Quwain, provides new insights on the early history of Christianity and its proliferation along the Persian

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Dozens of Christians have been killed by Fulani militiaman in the Central Nigerian Gbeji community after two days of attacks. Christian Headlines breaks down an article from Morning Star News Nigeria, writing that sectarian conflict is a long-standing issue in parts of Nigeria, especially between predominately Christian and Muslim tribes. The Nigerian federal government has

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Pope Francis reached the Kingdom of Bahrain and became the first among the popes to visit the island nation Nov. 3. The theme of the papal visit was “Peace on earth to people of goodwill,” which is derived from Luke 2:14. The Pope’s time in the country consisted of meetings with members of both Christian

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The Hebrew University, in collaboration with Tel Aviv University, conducted a study that employed a new form of technology to correctly date several battles mentioned in the Bible. The study included 20 researchers from various disciplines and countries and was led by researcher Yoav Vaknin from the Institute of Archeology, Tel Aviv University. The new

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The Ukrainian winter can be harsh, doubly so when paired with the realities of war. A non-profit Christian organization, A Jesus Mission, is sending its representatives to Ukraine to help residents deal with those realities as the colder seasons set in. Earlier this week, more than 40 Russian missiles were unleashed on Ukraine, apparently aimed

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Two of the leading cardinals of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) recently pointed out that Asian populations have provided important and unique experiences to the universal Church, experiences which stem from the continent’s multi-religious cultures and profound religiosity. The conference was from Oct. 12 to Oct. 30 and was associated with the federation’s

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The first winner of the National Church Awards in the United Kingdom went to a Northern Irish church. St Macartan’s, located in the village of Augher in Northern Ireland’s Country Tyrone, took the top prize. The church was also selected as the Country Winner in Northern Ireland. In England, the Country Winner was St George’s

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Concern is growing over an escalation in the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and many now wonder where the conflict will go from here. Susan B. Glasser of The New Yorker writes that Russian President Vladimir Putin recently announced the annexation of four Ukrainian regions following a successful Ukrainian counteroffensive in September and has implied that

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