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The Department of Justice has launched an investigation into the Southern Baptist Convention, according to leaders of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.

Events that happened this week in Christian history include the arrival of an influential reverend to colonial America, a Muslim siege of Constantinople being lifted, and Pius II becoming pope.

British author and philanthropist J.K. Rowling, who wrote the Harry Potter series, received a death threat allegedly from an Iran-backing extremist after she expressed support for author Salman Rushdie, who was stabbed in New York Friday before giving a lecture.

Conceived by the Rev. Herbert Burk, an Episcopalian, Washington Memorial Chapel was built between 1903 and 1917 for the quasquicentennial of Washington’s winter in Valley Forge.

We have Jesus’ promise that he will return to right all injustice and unite us to himself forever. The one who created planets by his word has promised that we will share in His resurrection, and that through His death we can have eternal life. Come, Lord Jesus.

Former Super Bowl champion and pro-life activist Benjamin Watson called out Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams for compromising her Christian values by saying that as a woman of faith, she must support abortion. 

Antiquity experts in Israel say they have found archaeological evidence of the destruction of the Second Temple as prophesied by Jesus in the New Testament.