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Transgender views follow partisan divide

Transgender views follow partisan divide

Republicans are far more likely to believe gender is limited to one’s biological sex apparent at birth, according to statistics Pew Research Center released after local transgender victories in U.S. elections Nov. 7. In Virginia, Danica Roem unseated 13-term incumbent …

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Children fast-tracked into gender transition

Critics in Britain argue therapists and doctors are ignoring the negative results. Parents, doctors, and pro-family groups in Britain this week sounded the alarm about the skyrocketing rate of children with complex psychological issues being streamlined into gender transition by …

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Surge in anti-Semitism reported in latest study

vandalized sign at Hebrew Union College

A new report shows a continued rise in anti-Semitic incidents across the U.S. in the first nine months of 2017, partly attributable to the Charlottesville, Va., rally in which white nationalists marched through the city shouting “Jews will not replace …

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New York terror attack opens Gospel doors

New York terror attack

NEW YORK — Hours after an alleged Islamic terrorist killed eight and injured 12 by driving onto a busy pedestrian and biking path in Lower Manhattan Oct. 31, two strangers approached pastor Sterling Edwards as he roasted hotdogs for a …

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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


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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