Kentucky church sued over youth minister's deadly mistake Nobody would dispute that youth minister Derek Coulter committed a horribly irresponsible crime three years ago when he let a 13-year-old drive his SUV after a camp-out, resulting in an accident in which the boy died. But a jury will be asked to decide a more vexing question: Should the Big Springs Assembly of God church, Coulter’s former employer, be responsible for his misconduct and for Jamie’s death?
Religious websites most prone to hackers Infected religious websites averaged 115 threats, most commonly fake anti-virus software, said Symantec. That was three times the rate of hosting and personal hosted websites and four-and-one-half times that of pornographic sites. (Associated Baptist Press)
A glimpse inside the mind of Terry Jones, the Koran-burning pastor “Would you be willing to come to Malaysia and look into the faces of my family and tell them why you burned the Koran, if your action caused my death?” asked one of my companions, Daniel Ho, a Methodist pastor from Muslim-controlled Malaysia. Jones had no answer. (Brian C. Stiller)
Schools work to balance gay, religious rights Dozens of colleges have scrutinized how on-campus Christian groups operate after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowed a law school to deny funding to a Christian group that would not admit gays. (Associated Press)