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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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Tennessee sued over spousal definitions

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam

Four married lesbian couples in Tennessee are fighting a new state law they say denies their parental rights. The couples, each expecting a baby this year, filed a lawsuit last week against a law mandating that undefined words in state …

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Duggar sisters sue over exposure of childhood molestation

Duggard sisters

Four Duggar sisters sued government officials and a magazine for releasing documents detailing alleged molestation by their brother Josh. The federal lawsuit, filed May 18,  accuses InTouch Weekly magazine and Springdale and Washington County, Ark., of harming and humiliating the …

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