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Dr. David Mackereth was fired from his job as a medical assessor for the Department for Work and Pensions back in 2018. This came after the doctor refused to refer to transgender patients by their preferred pronouns. What has transpired since then, has been a legal back-and-forth. According to Christian Today: He challenged his firing,

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A number of ancient valuables have been found near Israel’s port of Caesarea including a gold ring containing an engraving of the Good Shepherd. The discovery of the treasures was the result of efforts by the Marine Archaeology Unit of the Israel Antiquities Authority. The usage of the image of the Good Shepherd is one

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A committee meeting at the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA)’s General Assembly adopted Tuesday a resolution declaring that Israel is an apartheid state. The denomination’s General Assembly is meeting using a hybrid model of in-person committee sessions in Louisville, Ky., and plenary sessions online from June 18 to July 9. The PC(USA) is the largest Presbyterian

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Christian members of the Oxford diocese who are being baptized or confirmed will be urged to dedicate themselves to safeguarding the environment as outlined by the formal liturgy of the church and supported by the bishop of Oxford, Rt Rev Steven Croft. The attempt, which is viewed as the first of its kind in England,

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Africa has become the world center of Pentecostal Christianity in recent years, but this advance has at times been accompanied by problems associated with denunciations of allegedly corrupt pastors. Because of claims within the Pentecostal community, a group of regulations has been placed in force regarding the right methods that pastors must exercise in their

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Several ancient relics as well as parchments belonging to a number of saints have been discovered during the restoration process of the Syriac Orthodox Mar Thomas Church in the Iraqi city of Mosul. The restoration follows heavy vandalization of the church  by ISIS. The discovery includes six vessels containing inscriptions in Aramaic, made by saints

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A United Kingdom employment tribunal has awarded a factory worker more than £22,000 for religious discrimination after he was fired for not taking off his crucifix necklace. Jevgenijs Kovalkovs’ line manager spotted it while he was working, telling him to take it off because she considered it hazardous for the workplace. After he declined to

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A thanksgiving celebration and Mass was celebrated on June 5 near the place where St. Devasahayam Pillai was martyred at Kattadimalai in India’s Kanyakumari district. Pillai is the first Indian layman to be recognized as a saint after Pope Francis canonized him in a Vatican ceremony on May 15. The ceremony in India was attended

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The Lion of Judah, a 11-foot-long, 1,134-pound bronze lion statue that has been dedicated in the holy city of Jerusalem this week, commemorates Jewish-Christian friendship. The statue is the creation of Max Greiner, an American Christian artist who gifted it to Israel many years ago as a friendly gesture and also as a sign of

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At least 50 worshippers — including many children — were killed in a southwestern Nigeria church on Pentecost Sunday. The mass killing was initiated by the gunmen by firing shots and detonating explosives in St. Francis Catholic Church. Reports that a priest was also abducted followed the incident. Ondo State Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu  described the

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Saying that persecuted people have to go into hiding “underground” is a common idiom. But in the case of at least one ancient archeological site, the saying may have been literal for ancient Christians. Matiate, a Turkish underground city which is around 2,000 years old, is located in Mardin province’s Midyat district. It is believed

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The New World Translation of the Christian Greek Scriptures, which is the Bible read and distributed by the restorationist denomination of Christianity, Jehovah’s Witnesses has been released in Mapudungun and is available in both printed and digital formats through official Watchtower Society sources. The new translation of the scriptures was released by Jason Reed from

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