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New York Mets second baseman seeks to honor Christ

Daniel Murphy

NEW YORK — New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy isn’t your prototypical power hitter. The 14 homers he belted during the 2015 regular season were a career high. So Murphy’s historic postseason power surge has been uncharacteristic. What has …

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No help for Chinese mom expecting second child

No help for Chinese second child

New two-child policy won’t be enacted in time to save pro-life leader facing pressure to abort While the front pages of newspapers around the globe tout the end of China’s notorious one-child policy, pro-life leaders are hesitant to celebrate just …

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China ends one-child policy

China one-child policy

After decades, the Communist Party’s central committee relaxes rule, allowing two children per family After 35 years and untold millions of babies aborted, China has agreed to end its one-child policy and allow all couples to have two children in …

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Immigration and ‘high-octane’ faith


A poll released earlier this year by Lifeway Research found that 90 percent of all Evangelicals say that “the Scripture has no impact on their views toward immigration reform.” In addition, 70 percent said that they had “never been encouraged …

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Study highlights divorce care in churches

Before a divorce, churchgoers in troubled marriages look a lot like their happily married counterparts at church —participating, serving and leading at similar rates, a new study shows. After a divorce, the differences can be stark. Twenty percent have dropped …

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Texas teacher asks students to deny the existence of God

Jordan Wooley

KATY, Texas — A seventh-grade assignment in a Texas school district asked students to deny the existence of God, a student said. The Katy Independent School District has since apologized and the principal of West Memorial Junior High School determined the assignment wasn’t necessary …

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