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From baby mice to designer humans?

Baby mice

Scientists in Japan are growing mice from skin cells. A team of researchers at Kyushu University last year converted tail cells from adult female mice into viable eggs, and then inseminated those eggs to produce embryos. They implanted the embryos …

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U.S. deports Indonesian Christian who fled persecution

Arino Massie

As the U.S. tightens immigration enforcement, officials have deported an Indonesian Christian back to a country grappling with persistent Christian persecution. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials on May 18 put Arino Massie on a plane back to Indonesia. ICE …

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Justice Samuel Alito’s first freedom fears

religious freedom

“This case is an ominous sign.” That’s the opening salvo of Justice Samuel Alito’s dissent in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last June not to hear the case of Stormans v. Wiesman. The owners of a Washington pharmacy sought an …

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Fossils said to be ‘at odds’ with evolutionary theory

human remains

A cache of newly discovered fossils from an ancient human species, says a biologist associated with the intelligent design movement, underscores the inadequacy of materialistic evolution to explain human origins. A paleontologist claims the fossils, discovered in South Africa, fit …

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FCA camps train body, mind and spirit

FCA Power Camp in Atlanta

For 60 years, FCA camps have helped young athletes reach their full potential both on and off the field. Beyond soccer skills or baseball basics, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Camps aim for eternal impact as well. Students’ athletic skills …

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