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By Andrew Miiller, from February 1, 2017 in Analysis »
A skirmish between the Vatican and a medieval order of Catholic knights unveiled a proxy war between reformists and traditionalists.
By Gerald Flurry, from January 28, 2017 in Analysis »
The biblical book of Ruth is a message about the greatest event in the history of the universe.
By Josué Michels, from December 22, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
Faced with the unfathomable, Europe unites in fear.
By Gerald Flurry, from December 17, 2016 in Top Stories 2 »
Family time together and the life of Jesus Christ are both wonderful. But does God want us to celebrate these things by keeping Christmas?
By Josué Michels, from December 16, 2016 in Analysis »
Europe’s identity crisis as seen from its diary
By Josué Michels, from November 18, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
German bishops remind politicians of their Christian obligation.
By Kieren Underwood, from November 5, 2016 in News »
A ‘restless reforming’ pope’s speech to Lutherans on the anniversary of their greatest complaint
Many believe this bastion of secularism will never again embrace religion. History shows otherwise.
By Andrew Miiller, from September 23, 2016 in Top Stories 1 »
Military personnel need sound counsel more than ever, but the Obama administration is making it illegal for Christian chaplains to give Bible-based advice.