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Apple Watch Requires Daily Charging, Apple CEO Tim Cook Admits
The Apple Watch is still months away from release and there's already the issue of battery life plaguing it. Apple CEO Tim Cook had admitted that the company's first smartwatch would likely be needing charging daily, much like how the mechanical watches of old needed winding daily. […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
Christian Post

'Duck Dynasty's Mountain Man Talks New Book, Finding God in Slowing Down and the Robertson's Impact on His Faith
"Duck Dynasty" fans may be familiar with the Mountain Man (aka Tim Guraedy), and he has just written a new book entitled Mountain Man: Keepin' a Slow Profile. The Mountain Man took time to speak with The Christian Post about living a slow lifestyle, remaining true to one's self, and […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
Christian Post

Ex-Mormon Says LDS Church Is 'Misleading,' Joseph Smith Had More Than One Teenage Bride
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has recently published an essay on its website acknowledging that founder Joseph Smith had a teenage spouse. The founder of the Exmormon Foundation, however, says the essay is misleading, because Joseph Smith had more than one teenage bride. […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
Christian Post

Bureaucrats Wrapping Home Schooling in Red Tape
Home-school advocates say that offficials want to brainwash children in public schools and will look for any excuse to control home education. […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
CBN World News

Mystery Man Who Helped End S. Africa Apartheid
Nelson Mandela became the symbol of freedom for South Africa. But French businessman Jean-Yves Ollivier was a key figure in the fall of apartheid. Now his story is coming to light in a film called "Plot for Peace." […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
CBN World News

Police Fight Murder Rate with Unconventional Weapon
In El Salvador violence is on the rise with more than 2,800 murders through September, an increase of more than 60 percent from last year. […]
Fri, Oct 31, 2014
CBN World News

Houston Mayor Drops Pastor Subpoenas
National debate over religious freedom prompts withdrawal. Update (Oct. 29): Houston mayor Annise Parker announced Wednesday morning that she is directing America's fourth-largest city to rescind subpoenas issued to five local pastors. The decision came a day after Parker met with Houston pastors (including Chris Seay, who wrote about the subpoenas for […]
Wed, Oct 29, 2014
Christianity Today

Christians of Mosul Find Haven in Jordan
About 4,000 Christians left the Iraqi city of Mosul for Jordan in the last three months, forced out by Islamic State fighters. […]
Mon, Oct 27, 2014
New York Times

Oklahoma: Driver Destroys Ten Commandments
A man who admitted driving a car onto the Oklahoma Capitol grounds overnight and into a disputed granite monument of the Ten Commandments, smashing it to pieces, was in custody, the authorities said. […]
Sat, Oct 25, 2014
New York Times

Winter Is Coming: Mark Burnett, Roma Downey Launch $25 Million Plan To Help Christians in Iraq and Syria
Powerhouse TV Christian couple partner with Muslim king to address 'crisis in the cradle of Christianity.' Walking the streets of Irbil, Johnnie Moore was struck by what he saw. "Christians were everywhere: on the streets, in abandoned buildings, in canvas tents that are not water-proof or winterized," the former Liberty University chaplain […]
Fri, Oct 24, 2014
Christianity Today

Khenpo Kartse, Tibetan Religious Leader, Is Said to Be Sentenced in China
The well-known figure had been accused of harboring a fugitive monk from Chamdo in his own monastery in the Yushu area of Qinghai Province. […]
Fri, Oct 24, 2014
New York Times

Asia Bibi's Death Sentence Upheld by Lahore High Court
Supreme Court appeal likely to delay outcome for 3 more years Asia Bibi’s death sentence was upheld by the Lahore High Court in Pakistan on Thursday. Bibi, a Roman Catholic mother of five also known as Aasiya Noreen, was sentenced to die in 2010 after she was convicted of blasphemy. Bibi’s […]
Fri, Oct 17, 2014
Christianity Today