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Judge OKs suit over fetal body parts research

Premature baby

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A woman’s lawsuit against a New Mexico abortion center will proceed, thanks to a New Mexico judge’s refusal to dismiss her case. Jessica Duran filed suit last year against Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO) for not telling her about …

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Women highlighted for their role in the Reformation

Reformation

For nearly the first century of its existence, the International Monument to the Reformation in Geneva did not include any women’s names among the Protestant Reformation personalities it honored. But in 2002, the name Marie Dentiere was engraved on a …

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Planned Parenthood vs. Little girls

The worst form of discrimination against women in our time is one that is virtually ignored by feminists. The abortion industry has long billed itself as a champion of women’s rights. Almost thirty years ago, the head of the National …

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Trump opioid declaration underscores ministry need

opioid crisis

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s declaration that America’s opioid crisis is a public health emergency came amid calls for churches to heighten their response to drug abuse as well. The opioid crisis is a “major problem,” said Robby Gallaty, pastor in …

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‘The Star’ breaks faith-based animated drought

The Star Movie

n the dozen so years since The Passion of The Christ sparked the modern faith-based film wave, there have been dozens of Christian movies at the box office. We’ve seen movies about police and firefighters (Fireproof, Courageous), movies about glimpses …

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UNESCO is under new Jewish leadership, so what?

Temple Mount

Director, Bulgarian Irina Bokova. At the end of the process, it came down to two candidates: One from Qatar and one from France. The favorite was Qatari candidate Hamad bin Abdulaziz Al-Kawari, but he lost to French candidate Audrey Azoulay (30-28.) …

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Hungary steps up to fight persecution

Prime Minister Viktor Orban

Under Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s leadership, Hungary is taking the lead in helping persecuted Middle Eastern Christians. At a government-sponsored conference this month on the topic, Orban reminded attendees that Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world. …

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