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Transgender education in a kindergarten classroom

kindergarten classroom

ROCKLIN, Calif. — A months-long debate on parental consent for controversial education topics continues in California after a teacher introduced a kindergartener as transgender and read classmates two books on transgenderism. The teacher told parents at an Aug. 22 board …

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Disaster relief begins in Houston as Harvey heads east

Texas National Guard

HOUSTON— As Hurricane Harvey heads east, disaster relief organizations have begun deployment to provide assistance to the state of Texas. The rain from Hurricane Harvey has become the heaviest tropical down pour in U.S. history. Residents in the nation’s fourth …

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Evangelicals counter ‘agree to disagree’ sexuality

Marriage

NASHVILLE — A coalition of evangelical leaders has issued a statement on biblical sexuality countering the idea that Christians “should agree to disagree” in their views of homosexual practice and transgenderism. The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW) announced …

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Movie based on Pilgrim’s Progress set for 2018 release

Heavenquest — Pilgrim's Progress

One of the most legendary and popular books in Christian history soon will have a big-screen, live-action adaptation. Heavenquest: A Pilgrim’s Progress is scheduled for release in 2018 and will feature what director Matt Bilen calls a “prequel” to John …

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Dissenting from the Sexual Revolution

Jack Phillips

We were told the new sexual orthodoxy wouldn’t impact anyone who didn’t want to endorse it. Well, that was false. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of Jack Phillips, a …

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Trump issues transgender military directive

WASHINGTON —President Trump has directed the U.S. Armed Forces to “return to the longstanding policy” of precluding transgender individuals from military service. In an Aug. 25 memorandum to the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Homeland Security, who oversees …

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