CBN News viewers are the true deciders when it comes to choosing the top CBN News stories of this year. While health-conscious stories topped the list, social and ministries concerns also ranks high in importance with you.
Here are the most viewed stories of 2007. Click on the links below to read more.
1. The Hidden Danger in Your Food
MSG has been a public buzzword since it was taken out of baby foods in the late 60s. But most people don't know that it's in literally thousands of different processed foods, often under hidden names. And now, science is showing us that it could be a big part of what's making us so fat.
2. Your Brain's Biggest Enemy
Could the organic yogurt granny eats send her prematurely into Alzheimer's? Could your baby's diet be putting the child on a path toward attention deficit disorder? Or could your daily soup slam you with migraines? One doctor says all those outcomes are possible.
3. Make Way for the Mega-Mosque
Some now call London the "Muslim capital of Europe." No Western city has more mosques. Now it could be home to the largest mosque outside of the Middle East.
4. Jesus 'Everything Skit' Draws Millions
It's the second-most viewed video on GodTube, having nearly seven times more looks than its third-place competitor. The "Lifehouse Everything Skit," performed by Mission Baltimore with music by Lifehouse, has deeply moved the hearts and souls of America.
5. Avoiding the MSG Threat
Most people don't have any idea what MSG does to their body. But keeping it off the table is no easy task. What do you choose at the grocery or restaurant -- or better yet, what do you avoid?
6. Thousands Converge on Nashville to Pray
More than 100,000 people packed the stadium where the Tennessee Titans play, to pray for repentance and the sins of the nation. The event was held on 7-7-07, as a symbol of seven being a covenant number in the Bible.
7. MSG, Cancer, and Your Heart
Monosodium glutamate adds flavor to your food, but many researchers believe it subtracts years from your life.
8. Televangelists Face Intense Federal Probe
A top Republican senator launched a federal probe into some of America's most renown televangelistic organizations for "possible misuse of donations."
9. Socialization: Homeschooling vs. Schools
Many homeschoolers believe that the moral relativism, violence, peer pressure, drugs and promiscuity promoted in public schools provide an inadequate setting to properly socialize their children.
10. Beloved Wife of Rev. Billy Graham Dies
Ruth Bell Graham, the beloved wife of Rev. Billy Graham, died at age 87, surrounded by her husband and family and leaving behind a legacy of devotion and service to her Lord.
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