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Homosexual Agenda Pushed in Movies Like Brokeback Mountain
This Christmas, one group is determined to raise troop morale by showing the nation's support and appreciation for their service.
Pat Robertson interviews the author of "What's So Great About Christianity?" to find out how Christians can respond to "atheism on the offensive."
Wanting to be influential in the presidential process early on, Florida Democrats and Republicans moved up their primaries to January 29.
The wife of famous Country singer Alan Jackson and author of It's All About Him talks about the near failure of her marriage and how God restored that love relationship.
One of the most powerful weapons in the hands of modern terrorists is the mass media.
For a month now, Hamas leaders have been pushing the rule of Islam in the Gaza Strip. But another group there says it is more faithful to Islam than Hamas, and it poses a special danger to Westerners.
The national anthem is a stirring song that can move even the most apathetic American. The author of the anthem was a devout Christian.
Some now call London the "Muslim capital of Europe." And now London could be home to the largest Mosque outside of the Middle East.
He went from playing a police captain on In the Heat of the Night to leading the citizens of Fresno, CA, as mayor... And he did it all with his faith in Jesus Christ.
Some call London the "Muslim capital of Europe." No Western city has more mosques. Now London could be home to the largest Mosque outside of the Middle East.
Voters in North Carolina were across the board when it came to reasons why they plan to vote for a presidential candidate.
Political heavyweights squared off Friday at Regent University's sixth annual 'Clash of the Titans' debate.
London's Kingsway International Christian Church no longer has a permanent home. Nor is there much prospect of it finding one in London.
Should gay couples be able to adopt? CBN News looks at how new laws tackle this question.
Pat Robertson brings another offering from his Secret Kingdom series and Regent University's Dr. Alan Arroyo and Dr. Carlos Campo join Pat to discuss the importance of The Secret Kingdom principles and how they can be applied in educational settings.
Dr. Carlos Campo and Alan Arroyo, Ed.D will discuss how Regent University faculty have adapted the principles of Pat Robertson's “The Secret Kingdom” to teach educators how to use faith to improve any educational setting.
Europe's Cultural Divides Deepening Debt Crisis