200 Hindu radicals attack Christians at house church in India

A mob of about 200 Hindu nationalists attacked a house church during its worship service in India’s eastern state of Chhattisgarh, injuring at least two Christians, including the pastor, forcing families of five congregants to flee the village and forcibly converting a Christian woman to Hinduism, according to a report.

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People uncertain about their relationship with God more likely to suffer mental distress: study

People who are uncertain about their relationship with God are more likely to experience mental distress than other believers, a new analysis from researchers at Union University and Westmont College suggests. Researchers W. Matthew Henderson and Blake Victor Kent conclude that “anxiety or a lack of certainty about one’s relationship with the divine represents a threat to psychological well-being.”

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