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Belgian Prisoner Serving Life Sentence Granted Request To Die After Years Of Mental Anguish

A Belgian murderer and rapist serving a life sentence is to be allowed to have doctors end his life following a ground-breaking ruling under laws in Belgium permitting people to request euthanasia.

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Porn Use Among Christians Higher Than Non-Christians!

No sooner had I finished writing about the connection between Christians supporting homosexuality and supporting other forms of immorality and I come across a new study showing the epidemic porn use among Christians.

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Understanding the harsh realities of child slavery in Africa

We all know poverty wreaks havoc on families, but rarely do we see the corrosive effects extreme poverty has on even the strongest of bonds, such as those between parents and children. “Today, 21,000 children are enslaved on Lake Volta. The stories simply make me angry. All of them are about poverty.” We all know [...]

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Pro-Abortion Group Promotes Illegal Abortions in Mexico

While promoting access to abortion as a “reproductive right” at the United Nations and advocating for the elimination of pro-life laws, Ipas is also busy creating illegal abortion networks in Mexico. The work is based on an “accompaniment model” which pairs abortion seeking women with volunteers who guide a woman through the self-induced or do-it-yourself (DIY) [...]

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Read Slowly to Benefit Your Brain and Cut Stress

Once a week, members of a Wellington, New Zealand, book club arrive at a cafe, grab a drink and shut off their cellphones. Then they sink into cozy chairs and read in silence for an hour. The point of the club isn’t to talk about literature, but to get away from pinging electronic devices and [...]

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14 Percent of Americans Are Food Insecure: What that Really Means

More than 14 percent of American households are “food insecure,” according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s annual “Household Food Security” report. But does this mean, as media reports have suggested in the past, these households are experiencing “pangs of chronic hunger?”

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Incest and Pornography: More Similar Than We Think

Although we uphold the cultural taboo on incest, we accept something with precisely the same negative effect on integrity, marriage, and family: pornography.

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Marriage and a Biblical View of Gender

I get a lot of flak about submission on this blog. Whenever I write about resolving conflict, or areas in which husbands and wives disagree, I get taken to task in the comments for not telling women to submit more.

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How Playing Music Affects The Developing Brain

Remember “Mozart Makes You Smarter”? A 1993 study of college students showed them performing better on spatial reasoning tests after listening to a Mozart sonata. That led to claims that listening to Mozart temporarily increases IQs — and to a raft of products purporting to provide all sorts of benefits to the brain.

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Parents release photo of daughter born at 24-week-old abortion limit saying ‘She’s not a foetus, she’s a fully-formed human being’

A grieving mum has released this heartbreaking photograph of her premature daughter who was delivered at the 24-week abortion limit. Born just 24 weeks into her mother’s pregnancy tiny Adelaide was too small to survive. This treasured image of the tot reaching up as she let out a cry is the only picture her parents [...]

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South Korea going extinct?

From South Korea comes a startling prediction that, if current population trends continue, the country will “go extinct” in 2750. The study, based on a computer simulation conducted by that country’s National Assembly Research Service (NARS), also identifies the culprit: not a high death rate or emigration rate, but one of the lowest fertility rates [...]

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