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Judge sentences man to 12 Sundays in a Baptist church

Judge William Mallory

CINCINNATI — Judge William Mallory enjoys handing out creative sentences from his bench over at the Hamilton County Courthouse. But the one he meted out in his Municipal Court room Wednesday wasn’t even his idea. And boy, oh boy did he like it. Instead of sending Jake Strotman to …

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Sudan frees one pastor, plans to prosecute two others

Sudan plans to prosecute two others

Just weeks after releasing one pastor, Sudanese officials may prosecute two others for crimes that could carry the death penalty. One of the pastors has been detained illegally without charges since December. Officials rearrested another on May 24. According to …

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When muslims meet Christ

The headlines are filled with bad news about the Muslim world in general—and Christian-Muslim encounters in particular. We see horrifying images of Christians kneeling before being decapitated, of kindly nuns executed, of believers by the tens of thousands forced to …

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Out of the Depths: A WWII vet’s miracle of survival

Edgar Harrell

Edgar Harrell, a retired Marine, survived the sinking of the USS Indianapolis in 1945. He is a man whose miraculous story is inspiring Americans to appreciate more the cost of freedom. Sixteen million veterans served our country in World War II. Today, …

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United Methodists sever ties with pro-abortion coalition

Americans United for Life

Delegates to the 2016 General Conference of the United Methodist Church voted 425-268 to disassociate two of its bodies from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC). The decision “instructs the General Board of Church and Society and the United …

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