Month: September 2017

  • News
    Steve Pitt

    Federal judge strikes down Kentucky abortion law

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Kentucky law requiring doctors who conduct abortions to display and describe a patient’s ultrasound as well as play the fetal heartbeat to the pregnant woman violates the First Amendment rights of those physicians, a federal judge…

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  • Movies, Entertainment and Music
    Mully

    ‘Mully’ the magnificent

    You’re probably familiar with the story in the Gospels where the Lord invites a young man to sell all he has and follow Him. The young man, however, walks away from Jesus and the offer of eternal life, for he…

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  • News
    Houston High School students prayed at their flagpole

    Student-led prayer weathering the storms

    Catastrophic hurricanes in the U.S. and the Caribbean impeded planning for an annual student-led prayer event held Sept. 27, but likely did not daunt desires to pray, according to organizers. In Texas, Hurricane Harvey killed an estimated 82 people or…

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  • News
    Roy Moore

    Roy Moore wins GOP Senate primary

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Roy Moore, the former Alabama chief justice known for his stands on same-sex marriage and a Ten Commandments monument, has won the Republican primary in a special election to fill the U.S. Senate seat formerly held by…

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  • Perspectives
    death of outrage

    The death of outrage

    Outrage is dead, and we have killed it. Americans, faced with an increasing parade of bona fide evils are more likely to causally shrug their shoulders and mumble “meh,” rather than express anything approaching authentic anger, shock or outrage at…

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  • News
    Euthanasia and organ harvesting

    U.S. doctors take official stance against euthanasia

    The American College of Physicians argues medicine’s goal is not to control the manner and timing of death. Amid increasing attempts to legalize euthanasia at the state level, the nation’s second-largest network of physicians officially spoke out against it last…

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  • News
    Shooting at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ

    Nashville church shooting: What happens when violence invades churches

    The deadly shooting at Burnette Chapel Church of Christ is just the latest place of worship to be targeted by violence. The Sunday (Sept. 24) shooting that left one woman dead and seven others injured conjures up memories of high-profile attacks, like the June 2015…

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  • World News
    Witch doctors are sacrificing children

    Witch doctors are sacrificing children in drought-stricken Uganda

    KATABI, Uganda — Jackline Mukisa sobbed as she described how her 8-year-old son was found in a nearby swamp in February without teeth, lips, ears and genitals. “My innocent son died a painful death,” said Mukisa, 28. “How could somebody…

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  • News
    Zaytuna College

    First Muslim college in US buys Lutheran seminary campus in Berkeley

    A Muslim liberal arts college that offers subjects such as Islamic law alongside courses in math and philosophy has bought a former seminary campus for its undergraduate program. Zaytuna College, the nation’s first accredited Muslim college, paid $10 million for…

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  • News
    kindergarten classroom

    School values transgender lessons over parent rights

    A California charter school embroiled in controversy about a lesson to kindergarteners on transgenderism is not backing down. On Sept. 18, the Sacramento-area school board rejected a proposal by parents to allow children to opt-out of lessons on gender identity.…

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