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No certainty on ruling in landmark church-state dispute

Children play on a gravel paved playground

Supreme Court justices on both sides of the ideological spectrum seemed concerned about the state of Missouri’s decision to exclude a church from a neutral government subsidy program, a positive sign for religious liberty advocates watching today’s oral arguments. But …

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North Korea threatens fiery strike on U.S. mainland

North Korea

North Korea threatened to reduce the United States “to ashes” if the Trump administration continues to call for scrutiny of the totalitarian regime’s nuclear capabilities. North Korea’s state-controlled newspaper The Rodong Sinmun warned on April 20 the United States and …

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‘Bible Answer Man’ embraces Eastern Orthodoxy

Hank Hanegraaff, Bible Answer Man

“Bible Answer Man” Hank Hanegraaff has answered evangelicals’ questions about Scripture and Christianity for nearly three decades in his nationally syndicated broadcast, but his recent decision to join the Orthodox church has left some followers with more questions than answers. …

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Texas grapples with transgender wrestler’s case

transgender wrestler

FORT WORTH, Texas — The legislative council of the University Interscholastic League (UIL), the governing body for public high school sports in Texas, will meet in June to discuss the case involving a transgender wrestler for a Fort Worth-area high …

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