Did Ancient Israelites Drink Beer?
Fr. John A. Peck, Preachers Institute

The drinking of beer was prevalent across the Ancient Middle East, and a daily libation in the Ancient world. So why don’t we see the word ‘beer’ in the Bible?

Germany ‘exporting’ old and sick to foreign care homes
Kate Connolly, The Guardian

Pensioners are being sent to care homes in eastern Europe and Asia in an austerity move dismissed as ‘inhumane deportation’

Christians Besieged
Benny Avni, New York Post

The Christmas season’s become a time to reflect on the fate of Christians around the world, from the besieged ancient communities of the Middle East to the tyrannized worshippers in China. But let us not ignore the violent threats to Christians in Africa.

Ten ways redefining marriage would damage civil liberty
Peter Saunders, LifeSiteNews

Freedom to disagree and the right to private conscience are fundamental liberties in any truly open society. Yet, the Government has utterly failed to consider the impact on civil liberty of its plans to redefine marriage.