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Pew: US, France, and Korea Are Most Divided—Especially over Religion

“Conflict” is a troublesome word to describe a society. But increasingly across advanced global economies—and particularly the United States—their societies believe it is the correct label. If there is any good news, religious conflict lags behind. The Pew Research Center surveyed almost 19,000 people in 17 North American, European, and Asia-Pacific nations this past spring […]

Christians Welcome Coup in Guinea

In its 63 years of independence, Guinea has had three presidents. Last month, the West African nation suffered its third coup d’etat. This time, says the local Christian minority, their Francophone country might just get it right. “Alpha Conde cannot return,” said Etienne Leno, a Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) pastor. “We are praying that […]

Lebanon Prayer: Pandora, Proper

God, Everything is legal, and yet so much is wrong. God your will gets buried in the ethics of our world. Money making money, much sheltered then offshore. Your blessing—yes—but where the tax with which to bless the poor? Nix subsidies and welfare. The state needs revenue. Power plants run empty as the grid produces […]

Good News for Iraq’s Christians: More Autonomy, Less Dhimmitude

This week, the Christian enclave of Ankawa in Erbil, the capital city of Iraqi Kurdistan, was designated by the autonomous region’s prime minister as an official district, giving believers there administrative autonomy starting next week. They will directly elect their own mayor, and have charge of security. Prime Minister Masrour Barzani called Ankawa a home […]

Lebanon Prayer: Dawdle or Resolve?

God, There is desperation. A man from fuel has died. To siphon gas from tank to tank he erred and swallowed much. But what if he just waited? This week the lines are gone. The price too high for most to have, at least the petrol flows. But this belies the problem. He lived from […]

How a Jewish Evangelical Won Trust with Arab Muslim Leaders

Fans of Joel Rosenberg’s Middle East apocalyptic fiction can now read his real-time account of real-world peace. Through behind-the-scenes meetings with kings, princes, and presidents, the Jewish evangelical and New York Times bestselling author had an inside scoop on the Abraham Accords. For two years, he sat on it. His new nonfiction book, Enemies and […]


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