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Why does Jesus say to ‘shake the dust off your feet’?

It’s among the most intriguing statements ever spoken by Jesus, and yet it’s rarely ever discussed, let alone explained, in church. The instruction by the Son of God to “shake the dust” off our feet has had countless believers wondering what He was really talking about. Now, a brand-new book championing the truth of the […] …

Christian filmmakers give notice to court: Stop censorship

A team of Minnesota filmmakers is giving notice to a federal court that the censorship of their work must stop. Lawyers representing Carl and Angel Larsen of Telescope Media Group have filed a notice of appeal to the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals of a lower court’s decision regarding their challenge to a state […] …

This day in WND history: Schools fear offending witches, ban Halloween

Schools fear offending witches, ban Halloween Oct. 21, 2004: A Seattle-area school district banned Halloween activities partly because the celebrations and costumes might be offensive to real witches. “Witches with pointy noses and things like that are not respective symbols of the Wiccan religion, and so we want to be respectful of that,” said Puyallup School […] …

‘Underwear bomber’ sues to ‘access Earth’s 7.5 billion people’

The “underwear bomber,” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who was convicted of trying to blow up a jetliner traveling from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas in 2009 and kill the 289 people aboard, has sued the United States, claiming he deserves to have access to communicate with the world’s roughly 7.5 billion people. His complaint filed in […] …

Europe’s officialdom erasing Christianity

A new report from the Gatestone Institute documents how Europe is changing its official history to erase the influences of Christianity – and instead add credits to Islam, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. “The official European establishment has turned its back on Christianity,” says the report from Giulio Meotti, the cultural editor […] …

Trump chief of staff ‘stunned’ by congresswoman’s attack

WASHINGTON – White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly said he was “stunned” to learned a Democratic member of Congress would exploit the “sacred” moment President Trump spent giving condolences to the widow of a fallen soldier to score cheap political points. He appeared before the White House press corps Thursday, leaving the room […] …

Herbert Hoover: A good president who got a bad rap?

In declining health, President Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote a letter, April 5, 1945, to the Saudi King. promising not to recognize a Jewish State. A week later, the ailing Roosevelt died, April 12, 1945. The next president, Harry S Truman, immediately took steps to recognize the state of Israel. A solution to the Middle East […] …