The Rest of the News

 UNI News is committed to covering current news stories that are often omitted from standard broadcast news reports, of particular interest to all of those concerned with moral and/or spiritual issues. These stories are reported in a factual, non-biased, and non-sensationalistic manner, as, "The Rest of the News," to keep you informed of issues worthy of consideration and prayer.

          
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  The Rest of the News for the Week of June 17 - 23, 2018

A Letter to Dad on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a very special day for fathers and their children. Unfortunately, it only comes around once a year. On this day, fathers are recognized and honored by those who love them the most — their children. (Full Story)

Thousands Respond to the Gospel at Harvest America 2018 in Texas

Tens of thousands of people flocked to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Sunday evening for Harvest America 2018, which included gospel music and a message by Southern California Pastor Greg Laurie, who invited the crowd to respond to the Gospel. (Full Story)

J.D. Greear Elected SBC President

North Carolina pastor J.D. Greear was elected Southern Baptist Convention president June 12 during the 2018 annual meeting in Dallas, two years after conceding a closely contested election to lead the denomination. (Full Story)

UMC Minnesota Conference Removes 'Father' From Apostles' Creed for Worship Service

The Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church edited the historic Apostles' Creed so that it removed references to God as "Father" for a worship service. (Full Story)

Creationist Scientist Feels 'Ambivalent' About New Study Saying Most Life Forms Not Millions of Years Old

A biochemist and creation science advocate believes that a recent study indicating that most species on earth are far younger than millions of years does not truly challenge the Theory of Evolution. (Full Story)

Archaeology: 3,000-Year-Old Sculpture Depicts a Biblical King, but Which One?

A team of archaeologists digging through a site in Israel has uncovered a two-inch carving of a head that likely depicts a biblical king, although experts aren’t sure which one it is. (Full Story)

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Last updated on ...June 17, 2018