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Americans more liberal than ever on moral issues

A new Gallup poll indicates that Americans are more “left-leaning” than ever on 10 of 19 moral issues. A Fordham University ethicist critiqued the poll as “deeply misleading” for suggesting moral permissiveness is limited to liberals. In its annual Values …

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Kentucky court upholds First Amendment rights

Hands On Originals

LEXINGTON, Ky. — In an apparent victory for religious liberty in the marketplace, the Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 on May 12 in favor of a Lexington, Ky., T-shirt company’s refusal to print gay pride shirts in 2012. Hands …

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Trump promises to protect Christians at Liberty commencement speech

President Donald Trump at Liberty University

Donald Trump thanked conservative Christians for their votes, and promised to protect their values in his first commencement address as president, at evangelical stronghold Liberty University. “In America we don’t worship government, we worship God,” he said to raucous applause at the graduation at …

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Controversial company turns unwanted embryos into jewelry

embryo jewelry business

An Australian company has pledged to continue creating jewelry from human embryos despite facing international backlash. Amy McGlade, founder of Baby Bee Hummingbirds, said that they make hand rings, necklaces, and earrings using baby hair, breast milk, “loved ones ashes,” …

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Franklin Graham calls persecution of Christians ‘genocide’

Franklin Graham calls persecution of Christians ‘genocide’

WASHINGTON — Franklin Graham, president of the humanitarian organization Samaritan’s Purse, urged fellow Christians to struggle against a “Christian genocide” that he says has killed in greater numbers than most believers can fathom. Graham, who has been criticized by some evangelicals …

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Pro-life activists seek dismissal of California privacy case

Pro-life activist David Daleiden

SAN FRANCISCO — Lawyers for two pro-life activists who secretly filmed a conference of abortion providers while pretending to work for a fetal-tissue procurement company asked a California judge to dismiss eavesdropping charges against the pair. Defense attorneys asserted in …

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Americans view of morality studied

American decline

Most older Americans say right and wrong never change. Younger Americans — not so much, according to a new study released today (May 9). The study by LifeWay Research found a significant generation gap in how Americans view morality. More …

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China releases American accused of spying

Sandy Phan-Gillis

After more than two years spent imprisoned in southern China on spying charges, American Sandy Phan-Gillis finally returned to U.S. soil on Friday, reuniting with her husband and family in Los Angeles. In a few days, they will head home …

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