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Posted: April 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

The Last Generation Network News Report

“Your Digital News Flash”

“Tuesday is News Day”

CHRISTIAN HEADLINE NEWS

Top Headlines [xml]

  • New blog to tackle biblical illiteracy – Christian Examiner
  • ‘Soul Surfer’ makes a splash as this year’s ‘The Blind Side’
  • Christian Student Suspended for Sharing Faith Sues School District – Christian Post
  • Survey: More Churches Rebound from Economic Recession – Christian Post
  • Japan’s churches to help house survivors – United Methodist News Service
  • Tapes show Planned Parenthood mammogram claims to be false – Washington Post
  • Terror attack’s victim was Bible translator / Studying Hebrew to translate Old Testament for Togo – WorldNetDaily
  • Easter ad rejected by national movie theater chain – Christian Examiner
  • Amid Crises, President Obama Prays ‘a Lot’ – ABC News
  • Belgian parliament calls for independent arbitration committee to deal with church abuse – AP
  • Japan – Disaster News and Relief Efforts [xml]

  • Let us help the Japanese people with our witness – P. Ignacio Martínez Báez
  • Japan’s churches to help house survivors – United Methodist News Service
  • Missionaries grapple with leaving Japan – Houston Chronicle
  • Japanese face radiation risks on two fronts – Los Angeles Times
  • In quake-torn Japan, a baptism is celebrated – Baptist Press
  • Japan Earthquake, Tsunami: Divine Retribution, or Natural Disaster? Religious Debate – ABC News
  • Japan missionaries relocate, vow to return – Baptist Press
  • Japan’s disaster toll rises to 18,000 deaths – AP
  • Disaster pushes Japanese beyond secular thinking – Baptist Press
  • 90 Tons of Aid Sent to Sendai in ‘Jesus’ Name’, – Christian Post
  • Anglican Bishop in Japan: Parishioners Still Missing – Christian Post
  • Japan Tsunami Survivors Helped by Local Church Network – Christian Post
  • Uncertainty in Japan opens faith door – Mission Network News
  • Prayer Concerns [xml]

  • Ivory Coast Battle Nears Decisive Stage in Key City – New York Times
  • Powerful quake in NE Myanmar kills more than 70 – AP
  • Activists vanishing in China – AP
  • 5 Iranian Christians to Face Trial for Blasphemy – Christian Post
  • ‘More than 100 killed in Syrian anti-government rallies’ – Reuters
  • Japanese face radiation risks on two fronts – Los Angeles Times
  • A walk on the seamy side, to help exploited girls – Miami Herald
  • Courts [xml]

  • Christian Student Suspended for Sharing Faith Sues School District – Christian Post
  • Former producer sues Daystar TV network over demotion – Fort Worth Star-Telegram
  • Third Former Employee Sues Daystar – NBC DFW
  • Hawkins v. Daystar inches through the court system – Bene Diction Blogs On
  • FCC Source: Justice Undecided On Fox Profanity Appeal – Broadcasting and Cable
  • Islam [xml]

  • Ultraconservative Muslims press sharia dictates in Egypt – AP
  • Limbaugh: Obama Believes He’s the 12th Imam – Fox News
  • Senate Democrats back American Muslims – Washington Times
  • Study shows ‘Islamophobia’ in U.S. a myth / Crimes against Jews up to 8 times more than against Muslims – WorldNetDaily
  • Egypt’s fundamentalist Salafists rise in wake of Mubarak’s fall – Washington Post
  • Opinion [xml]

  • Let us help the Japanese people with our witness – P. Ignacio Martínez Báez
  • Missionaries to the church – Michael Freund
  • Loudest Obamacare cheerleader wants out – Milton Wolf
  • A rather different take on Darwinism in the schools – Denyse O’Leary
  • On Twitter [xml]

  • barrybowen: After 11 years of publishing Christian Headlines, I’ve turned the site over to Sam Gaw, a former Christian newspaper publisher.
  • Waterline Church: Missionary Andrea Swarthout in Japan is updating her blog with prayer needs. Follow her at http://www.swartyinjapan.blogspot.com/
  • Chi Alpha internationals hosts first cultural training seminar
  • This week in AG history — April 5, 1919
  • Baptist Press [xml]

  • Persecution: Chinese expand their tactics, report says
  • Myanmar quake claims Baptist worshippers
  • Supreme Court hands school choice big win
  • In Korea, Pattersons address church issues
  • LifeWay Women launches monthly webcast
  • New Orleans Seminary to cut personnel
  • Christian Newswire [xml]

  • Massive Medical Board Investigation of Texas Abortionists Now Underway
  • Christian Maternity Hospital Will Offer Free Care
  • Raw Terry Jones Footage Available — Calls Christians Cowards
  • Nations First Christian Worldview Organization — Summit Ministries — Looks Ahead to Exciting Transition
  • Revise Us Again
  • MAF Shuttling Vaccine, Humanitarian Workers to Combat Congo Measles Epidemic
  • Christian Post [xml]

  • Lady Gaga in Love with Judas Iscariot? Upcoming Second Single Leaked
  • Christian Right Returns to War Room over DOMA
  • Boehner Rejects $33 Billion Budget Cut Compromise
  • Christians Counter Hate, Offer Love to Mormons
  • Supreme Court Rules to Protect Religious Scholarship Funds
  • Obama to Have Tough Time Regaining Grassroots Support, Says Christian Group
  • Christianity Today Magazine [xml]

  • Q & A: Rick Santorum on Muslims, Religious Freedom, and ‘Walking’ for President
  • Readers Write
  • Exit Visa: Iraqi Christians Look for Safe Haven
  • Thanksgiving Question Nearly Deports Tortured Christian