Poll: Most US adults hold to syncretist, not Biblical, worldview

A new survey has found that just six percent of American adults hold to a Biblical worldview, while nearly nine out of 10 hold to syncretism, a mixture of worldviews, Christian Headlines reports. The study was carried out by the Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University on a nationally representative sample of 2,000 people in February 2021.

Iran and Turkey leaders discuss recent Israeli activity

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, spoke on Wednesday to discuss “recent Israeli activities in the region,” and Israel’s normalization of relations with a number of Arab states last year, the Times of Israel said. According to Iranian media, Rouhani and Erdogan talked about regional and economic cooperation between their countries.

Top political donor who is facing jail alleges abuses in CIA

Facing 12 years in jail for fraud, a top political donor to both US parties has filed two complaints against the CIA alleging that he saw “flagrant problems, abuses, violations of law” while working as an asset for US intelligence, Just the News has said in a report. The House and Senate intelligence committees have been informed of the allegations.

US to announce new sanctions against Russia

The United States will soon announce new sanctions against Russian individuals and entities for alleged election interference and malicious cyber activity, Voice of America reports. It is expected that thirty organizations will be blacklisted and that some 10 Russian officials in the US will be issued with orders to leave the country.