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US Supreme Court blocks New York restrictions on places of worship

A file photo shows a nurse wearing personal protective equipment watching an ambulance driving away outside of Elmhurst Hospital during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Queens borough of New York, U.S.A.ReutersNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called Wednesday's Supreme Court ruling favoring religious organizations in a dispute over Covid-19 restrictions, "irrelevant" and not... Read more

Church of England must change, says Archbishop of York

The new Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, was enthroned during Evensong at York MinsterThe new Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, has used his enthronement speech to call for change in the Church of England.  It follows the release of a damning independent report into the Church's failure to protect children from sexual predators in its midst. ... Read more

Redeemer Presbyterian Church to Convert New York City Condo Building into Church

Redeemer Presbyterian Church to Convert New York City Condo Building into Church Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York is planning to convert a 45,00 square foot condo building into a church.According to Christianity Today, the church bought the building for $29.5 million. Renovations are expected to take two years before the church opens as Redeemers... Read more

New York Engineer Creates An A.I. ‘Clone’ of Jesus That Recites Scripture

New York Engineer Creates An A.I. 'Clone' of Jesus That Recites Scripture An engineer in New York City has created an A.I. clone of Jesus that recites Scripture.According to The Christian Post, the program uses natural language processing to sound human and is programmed to recite certain passages of Scripture from the King James Bible.In... Read more

Activist Bevelyn Beatty Explains Why She Defaced a Black Lives Matter Mural in New York

Activist Bevelyn Beatty Explains Why She Defaced a Black Lives Matter Mural in New York The woman who went viral last month for painting over a Black Lives Matter mural in New York City is addressing her actions as well as her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter organization.In an interview with CBN... Read more

The New York Attorney General Is Suing to Dissolve the NRA, Citing Years of Illegal Fraud | RELEVANT Magazine

The New York Attorney General’s office made the extraordinary move to dissolve the National Rifle Association, citing an 18-month investigation that found evidence that the gun rights group is seething with “fraud and abuse.” In a lawsuit, Attorney General Letitia James said the NRA illegally squandered $64 million over a three-year period, misusing charitable... Read more

New York Church to Devote $200,000 to ‘Reparations’

New York Church to Devote $200,000 to 'Reparations' (RNS) A historic New York City church has decided to devote $200,000 about a tenth of its budget to provide housing assistance and youth anti-racism training.The Rev. Jacqueline Lewis, the African American leader of the multiethnic Middle Collegiate Church, said the initiative is a way... Read more

‘Jesus Matters’: Black Activists Paint over Black Lives Matter Murals across New York

'Jesus Matters': Black Activists Paint over Black Lives Matter Murals across New York Two black Christian women are standing up against the Black Lives Matter organization by covering up its murals that have been painted in several New York City locations.The Christian Post reports that on Saturday, activists Bevelyn Beatty and Edmee Chavannes... Read more

Liberty University Files $10 Million Lawsuit against the New York Times

Liberty University Files $10 Million Lawsuit against the New York Times Liberty University is suing the New York Times for the newspaper's handling of the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.As Christian Headlines previously reported, the New York Times published an article in March decrying the schools decision not to fully shut down amid the... Read more

Liberty University launches $10m lawsuit against New York Times over Covid-19 stories

Liberty University in VirginiaFacebook.com/Liberty UniversityLiberty University is suing The New York Times for $10 million over a series of news stories published earlier this year about the evangelical Christian school's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a lawsuit filed in Lynchburg Circuit Court on Wednesday, the Virginia-based academic institution also named New York Times reporter Elizabeth... Read more

New York Pastor Says God Began to Heal Him from COVID-19 after His Doctor Prayed for Him

New York Pastor Says God Began to Heal Him from COVID-19 after His Doctor Prayed for Him A New York pastor says God began to help heal him from coronavirus after his doctor prayed for him.In a YouTube video by The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Pastor Benjamin Thomas of The Queens... Read more

CofE has become ‘tribal and divided’, says Archbishop of York

(Photo: Unsplash/Yulia Chinato)The new Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, has spoken of his desire to see the Church of England become more united. In his first public address following his confirmation as Archbishop on Thursday, Cottrell said the Church had become "tribal and divided" and needed to "learn again how to love one another, love... Read more

Police Respond to Clash between Black Lives Matter Protesters, Churchgoers in New York

Police Respond to Clash between Black Lives Matter Protesters, Churchgoers in New York Police were called in after a clash on Sunday between Black Lives Matter protesters and churchgoers at a church in Troy, New York.Its unclear why protesters targeted Grace Baptist Church for demonstrations, but activists reportedly harassed church members.According to the... Read more

Online confirmation service for Stephen Cottrell as Archbishop of York

Stephen Cottrell was confirmed as Archbishop of York through ZoomStephen Cottrell was today confirmed in his election as the new Archbishop of York in a service that took place online due to coronavirus restrictions. In his welcome, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said: "We gather together today during a time of uncertainty when many... Read more

From Drug Lord to Pastor: How a New York Man Found Freedom Behind Bars

From Drug Lord to Pastor: How a New York Man Found Freedom Behind Bars Herman Mendoza had it allmoney, success, mistresses, and a beautiful home in the Poconos. But the kingdom he had built came toppling down when he was arrested for selling drugs, forcing him to his knees where he eventually accepted... Read more

Employees Accuse Greater New York Planned Parenthood Ex-CEO of Being Racist

Employees Accuse Greater New York Planned Parenthood Ex-CEO of Being Racist Former and current employees at a New York Planned Parenthood clinic says the ex-CEO of the Greater New York clinic was abusive and had a history of systemic racism.According to Faithwire, Former CEO Laura McQuade was fired from the top spot at... Read more

2 Pro-Life Activists Arrested in New York City

2 Pro-Life Activists Arrested in New York City Two pro-life activists are alleging bias among New York City officials after they were arrested while standing in front of an abortion clinic amid the protests over George Floyds death.The controversy started the morning of May 30, when pro-life activists Bevelyn Beatty and Edmee Chavannes... Read more

Dr John Sentamu lays down his crozier on last day as Archbishop of York

(Photo: Church of England)Dr John Sentamu laid down his crozier on the high altar of York Minster on Sunday to mark his last day as Archbishop of York.He was the first black Archbishop in the Church of England and went on to serve in the post for 15 years, having been enthroned in 2005. In his... Read more

New York Life’s Tremendous Bowl Advert Broke Down the 4 Forms of Love, C.S. Lewis-Model | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] You watch the Tremendous Bowl for the sport, the halftime present, the adverts or some mixture of the three, and all had been buzzing at better-than-usual ranges on Sunday night time’s match-up between the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The sport was thrillingly shut proper up till the Chiefs... Read more

5 Individuals Had been Stabbed Whereas Celebrating Hanukkah at Their Rabbis Home in New York | RELEVANT Journal

[ad_1] This weekend, 5 people had been stabbed whereas they had been celebrating Hanukkah on the dwelling of Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg. His house is subsequent door to the Congregation Netzach Yisroel synagogue, positioned in an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood north of New York Metropolis. One of many victims is in essential situation. Police later... Read more