Month: February 2005

Men, Woman Say They Were Cured by Faith Healings

Woman Told She Was Going To Die Says She Was Healed February 22, 2005 CLEVELAND — An unprecedented number of faith healings in Cleveland are taking place in area churches at a faster pace than ever before, NewsChannel5 reported. Ted Henry is sharing the stories of many Clevelanders who say they’ve been healed as a

Let students examine all theories about the origins of life

Yes: Let students examine all theories about the origins of life JAY SEKULOW Knight Ridder/Tribune WASHINGTON – For decades, students have been taught the Darwinian theory of evolution in science classes. Now, thanks to developments in the world of science, there is another theory gaining attention — that of intelligent design. Eighty years ago, attorney

Christian convert killed in Iraq

February 20, 2005 Christian convert killed in Iraq JihadWatch: Among the clearest evidence of the incompatibility of the Sharia with norms of human rights is its denial of freedom of conscience, and death penalty for those who leave Islam. Here is another story showing that that penalty is by no means a thing of the

Iintelligent design advocate

National debate has local voice Lake Quivira’s John Calvert emerges as an intelligent design expert and advocate By EDIE HALL The Kansas City Star For the first 30 years of his life, John Calvert was a self-proclaimed agnostic. He considered the Bible’s teachings a sort of “fairy tale,” and instead relied on human reason to

Christians Have Neurological Disorder, Are Crazy

AFA.NETFebruary 21, 2005 Bill Maher, host of HBO’s Real Time With Bill Maher, says that all Christians are crazy and are unenlightened because of their faith. Maher made the comments on MSNBC’s Scarborough Country. Maher said: “We are a nation that is unenlightened because of religion…I think that religion stops people from thinking. I think

Cell complexity suggests design, professor says

Cell complexity suggests design, professor says Friday, February 18, 2005 CANDICE WILLIAMS The Express-Times BETHLEHEM — Evolution might not be able to explain the complex inner structure of cells, a leading biological sciences professor said Thursday. A packed house at Lehigh University’s Linderman Library listened to Professor Michael J. Behe present challenging questions that put

Media Ignores Adult Stem-Cell Research

Rusty Pugh Agape Press A pro-life advocate says the media virtually ignores the proven results of adult stem-cell research while touting the remote and, so far, unsuccessful practice of embryonic stem cell use. There are many recent examples of exciting medical breakthroughs involving the use of adult stem cells, a practice that does not require

Mandatory Pro-homosexual Diversity Training

ADF Sues Kentucky Schools Over Mandatory Pro-homosexual Diversity Training Jim Brown February 18, 2005 (AgapePress) – Parents in a Kentucky school district have filed a lawsuit challenging a mandatory one-hour training video for school children that promotes homosexuality as a safe and healthy lifestyle and homosexual orientation as a fixed and unchangeable trait. Over the

Temple Mount: No-prayer zone

Christian, Jewish restrictions abound as Muslims police visitors to holy site February 17, 2005 Aaron Klein © 2005 Judaism considers it the holiest place on earth. Muslims say it’s the third holiest. Christianity reveres the spot as being of great historic importance. But if someone prays there, if he or she is not Muslim,

Large Islamic Presence in Holland

Large Islamic Presence in Holland Concerns Journalist By Chad Groening February 16, 2005 (AgapePress) – The editor of a Dutch Christian newspaper says he is very anxious about the rising influence of Islam in his country and in Western Europe as a whole. Wim Kranendonk is editor of the Reformatorisch Dagblad (Reformed Daily), which is