(ChurchLeaders) Theologian, author, and seminary professor Wayne Grudem has written a lengthy response to John Piper’s commentary on the 2020 election.
(CBN News) Past attempts to restrict abortion in Colorado have failed.
(AP) An attacker armed with a knife killed three people inside a church Thursday in the Mediterranean city of Nice.
(The Christian Post) The United Methodist Church is considering making its denominationwide legislative gathering, already postponed due to COVID-19, a virtual event and allow for online voting.
(Christian Headlines) Courageous was a surprise hit in 2011 when it opened in the Top 4 at the box office and ended its run with a worldwide gross of $35 million.
(Barna) During the early weeks of the pandemic, pastors initially reported increases in attendance compared to their typical in-person service.
(Pew Research Center) The November general election is rapidly approaching, with debates raging over how fairly news outlets are covering the candidates and important issues.
(Morning Star News) Muslim terrorists attack in north-central and northeast; six kidnapped.
(Fox News) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey couldn’t name a specific person or entity
(The Philadelphia Inquirer) Pot pundits have long said national legalization will only gain ground once Republican senators have a reason to bring up the issue.
(The Weather Channel) Zeta, which came ashore Wednesday in Louisiana as strong Category 2 hurricane.
(Sports Illustrated) Sam Gordon’s staggering football skills made her famous at age 9. But they didn’t make her fully welcome on the field.
(LifeSite News) “I feel very strongly that we’re going to need to have some degree of public-health measures to continue.”