Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Thursday, Aug. 17

Death on Demand? Dutch Euthanasia Moves in Disturbing Direction (The American Conservative)

Breaking the Shackles of Evolutionary Propaganda (Creation.com)

Pastor Fired for Porn Addiction Offers Help to Fellow Strugglers (AL.com)

MP Forced Out of Labour’s Shadow Cabinet for Addressing Pakistanis’ Rape Incidence in UK (The Telegraph)

Saudi Arabia to Open Border with Qatar to Let Muslim Pilgrims Attend Hajj (The Guardian)

Civil War at a Christian College (World)

 

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Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Wednesday, Aug. 16

Stericycle Cancels Contracts with Abortion Centers (World)

National Legalization of Marijuana as the Next Big Political Issue (Patheos)

Most Americans Agree with Romans 3:23, but Disagree on What to Do about Sin (Christianity Today)

Japan Renews Peace Pledge on WWII Anniversary (The Japan News)

Egypt Opens Gaza Border to Allow Palestinians to Perform Hajj (Jordan Times)

Muslim Women Suicide Bombers Kill 27 in North-East Nigeria (The Guardian)

7 Back-to-School Prayers for Students (Crossway)

The Pastor as Public Theologian (DTS)

Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Tuesday, Aug. 15

Iraqi Assyrians Fill Pews in Churches Burned Down by ISIS (AINA)

Shining Divine Light in the Darkest Places – Corrie Ten Boom (Vance Christie)

Muslims Have the Most to Lose If We Play Dumb on Islamic Terrorism (Washington Examiner)

Germany: The Berlin Mosque Breaking Islamic Taboos (BBC)

Christians Should Be Motivated to Minister to Homeless People (9Marks)

Housing, Retirement and Materialism: The Truth and Myths about Millennials (The Telegraph)

Can the Creation Debates Find Rest in Augustine? (Henry Center)

How I’ve Dealt with Intellectual Doubts about Christianity (The Gospel Coalition)

Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Monday, Aug. 14

The FAQs: Violence and Death at a White Nationalist Rally in Charlottesville (The Gospel Coalition)

White Christian Conservatives Should Oppose Protests by White Supremacists (FOX News)

Wide Range of Kenyan Church Leaders Pray and Call for Peace in Wake of Disputed Presidential Election (Standard Media)

Pastor Freed by North Korea After Two-Years of Forced Labor Back in Pulpit at Presbyterian Church (Toronto Sun)

President Appointed to Oak Hill College (Oak Hill College)

Breaking News: Science Disproves the Bible (Henry Center)

Letter from Berlin: The Lessons of History and the Heresy of Racial Superiority (Albert Mohler)

Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Saturday, Aug. 12

Transgender Students Win Legal Battles (World)

South Korean LGBTs Find Pastor Who Supports Their Agenda (The Korea Times)

Christians More Likely to Oppose Gene Editing, Pew Finds (Baptist Press)

Baltimore, the “Murder City,” May Lengthen Incarceration for Lesser Crimes to Save Criminals’ Lives (New Zealand Herald)

Elderly New Zealanders Embrace Reality of Death as They Build and Paint Their Own Coffins While Singing (The China Post)

What Should Evangelicals Think about the Shroud of Turin? (The Gospel Coalition)

Facing Fear: God Is Mighty – So Why Are We Still Afraid? (byFaith Online)

 

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Selected News Stories from Around the World* — Friday, Aug. 11

Is This Unearthed Fishing Village the Birthplace of Three of Jesus’ Apostles? (Crux)

In Indonesia, Chinese Deity Is Covered in Sheet After Muslims Protest (The New York Times)

Muslim Leader Keysar Trad Wants Australian Men to Be Allowed Multiple Wives (Islamist Watch)

I Don’t Understand Christians Watching Game of Thrones
(The Gospel Coalition)

“God Made Me for China” — Eric Liddell Beyond Olympic Glory
(Albert Mohler)

Friday Quiz: Ephesians
(The Good Book Company)