Tiny wooden shoe at Auschwitz a reminder of Nazi brutality

What is likely a primitive piece of jewelry – which the Nazis forbade concentration camp prisoners from wearing – was found earlier this month between bricks in the attic wall of a building in Auschwitz. The tiny clog could have been a symbol of resistance.

Presbyterians support black reparations, free education, income guarantees

The PCUSA's Israel/Palestine Mission Network sees a connection between the Palestinians and blacks in America. Group endorses platform of The Movement for Black Lives, which includes abolition of the death penalty, prisons, bail and private schools, as well as a call to pay reparations to blacks for past abuses. It also calls for free education, income, and special rights for blacks who are transgender, gay or "queer."

REVIEW: Rachel Scott no modern-day saint in 'I'm Not Ashamed'

It would be easy to make Rachel Scott into a modern-day "evangelical saint" if filmmakers wanted to do so. Thankfully, though, the writers and director behind the new movie "I'm Not Ashamed" (PG-13) did not do that – and it is far more powerful and believable for it. The movie hits theaters this weekend.

Perry Noble on living a double life as an alcoholic

Three months after his firing from his job as senior pastor of the popular NewSpring Church in South Carolina, Perry Noble publicly revealed on Monday the details of his rocky marriage, drinking issues, and other aspects of the double life that led to his exit from the church he founded 16 years ago.




Dallas area pastor reiterates support for Trump

In a direct two-page letter posted to social media, Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church in Metropolitan Dallas, said the "bright, bold Christian leaders who care deeply about the glory of God and our nation," have spoken "frankly and freely" to Trump and have posed questions to him relative to his character.