Historic burials of children found in St. Augustine

3.2.2017

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — An archaeological dig in St. Augustine continues to marvel scientists and historians. More burials have been found, and some are children’s graves. They are children who may have been some of the earliest colonists in St. Augustine

CHR Comment: Parish records illustrate the higher mortality rate for children in the earlier years of settlement, according to the report.

Source: firstcoastnews.com | Historic burials of children found in St. Augustine

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Why some Muslim Syrian refugees are converting to Christianity

3.3.2017

It’s illegal, or at least dangerous, for Muslims to convert in Muslim-majority countries.

CHR Comment: Jesus began appearing to the father in his dreams. Several months later the whole family was baptized. One bishop reports over 100 such Baptisms at his church alone.

Source: Why some Muslim Syrian refugees are converting to Christianity

Why Evangelicals are Trump’s strongest travel-ban supporters

3.3.2017

New polls show that, while support for a travel ban has dropped among most religious faiths, it has grown among Evangelicals – a sign of their cultural evolution and growing bond with the Trump administration.

CHR Comment: The article argues that Evangelicals have a “Christian America” theology, which feels threatened by Islam.

Source: Why Evangelicals are Trump’s strongest travel-ban supporters – CSMonitor.com