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Study finds 37% of pastors have biblical worldview: Spiritual awakening ‘needed in our pulpits’

Study finds 37% of pastors have biblical worldview: Spiritual awakening ‘needed in our pulpits’

A new study from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University has found that just 37% of Christian pastors in the United States have a biblical worldview, demonstrating that spiritual awakening is “needed just as desperately in our pulpits as in the pews,” according

Benedict XVI: 95th birthday wishes from around world ‘made me very happy’

Benedict XVI: 95th birthday wishes from around world ‘made me very happy’

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI has said that receiving congratulatory messages from around the world on his 95th birthday made him “very happy.” The retired German pope received almost 3,000 greetings in 24 languages via the website benedictusXVI.org, CNA Deutsch, CNA’s German-language news partner, reported. On the website

Christ crucified in the modern world: The priest as sacrificial witness

Christ crucified in the modern world: The priest as sacrificial witness

The evils of the 20th century hold a strange fascination. We cannot help but read and reread accounts of totalitarian oppression, such as Elie Wiesel’s Night, Anne Frank’s Diary, Viktor Frankl’s profound Man’s Search for Meaning, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Gulag Archipelago. Something about these experiences, primarily relating to

How Does Society Measure Mothers?

How Does Society Measure Mothers?

Quarantine and political violence have made city life considerably less appealing, leading to a noticeable exodus out of cities in favor of simpler lives and less expensive locales. Accompanying this trend are large numbers of women leaving the workforce. With school-age children suddenly at home, this can