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Atheist Church Sunday Assembly Opens in 35 More Towns

Nearly three dozen towns around the world, including in the U.S. and France, launched their first “Sunday Assembly,” also known as the atheist church, on Sunday. According to the Sunday Assembly website, 35 towns launched new Sunday Assemblies, adding to the more than two dozen Sunday Assemblies that were already established. The group says its [...]

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Scientists Discover Children’s Math Skills Developed While in the Womb

Thyroxine, which passes from mother to baby in the womb, is crucial for the development of the brain – but many expectant mothers have too little of it. Researcher Martijn Finken studied almost 1,200 children from when they were in the womb until they started school.

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New Documentaries Tell Stories of Former Homosexuals and Their Faith

I’m convinced that those driving the LGBT agenda don’t want to have an honest conversation. This fact is primarily seen in their efforts to silence ex-gay people who have left the homosexual lifestyle. Anytime a story of someone that once lived the homosexual lifestyle but chose to leave surfaces, it is attacked and ridiculed. This [...]

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Is the Supreme Court Ready to Settle the Gay Marriage Battle?

The justices, who will meet in a closed-door conference on Monday, will consider whether to hear any of three same-sex marriage lawsuits during the next term, which officially starts Oct. 6. If they decide to review one or more of the cases, a ruling could be reached by July on whether same-sex marriage must be [...]

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Is Justice For Christians Possible? World Court to Decide

 We all know how tolerant radical Shari’a Muslims are toward Christians, especially when it comes to kidnapping, torture, hangings, and beheadings. As brutal as they are toward Western Christians, they are even worse (if that’s possible) toward Islamic converts. It’s also no secret that Shari’a based Islamic governments don’t like to be criticized for the [...]

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Health care system can make dying difficult for families

Death may be the only thing we know we’ll have in common with those around us. Crafting a “good death” is not easy and success is never guaranteed. But a New York Times Room for Debate suggests that society can step up and do much better.

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Days Before The Abortion of Their “Disabled” Baby,” They Said No, Now He’s Perfectly Healthy

Robyn and Adam Wilson were told their unborn baby might not survive and doctors advised them to have an abortion because their child was supposedly in a grave condition. Doctors said it was likely he would be born with a life-limiting illness and may have Down syndrom

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Anti-Chick-fil-A principal gets a friendly reminder

ADF has sent a letter to a California school that banned a booster club fundraiser involving Chick-fil-A because of the restaurant chain owner’s support of traditional marriage. Alliance Defending Freedom‘s letter reminds school officials that public schools have no right to discriminate against businesses based on their views of marriage. And attorney Matt Sharp points out [...]

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How the Economy Affects Marriage Rates

For the past three decades, there has been an attempt by the political class to divide conservatism into two main branches: social and economic. The two are often pitted against each other despite the fact that most conservatives in America would identify with both sides. Mainstream conservatives realize what the elite class does not: economic [...]

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Mexico, the new surrogacy hotspot

With India and Thailand, the destination of choice for people seeking surrogate mothers, closing their doors to foreigners, where has the market gone? To Tabasco, in the far south of Mexico, one of its poorest states, according to a feature in The Guardian. Tabasco’s legislation has permitted altruistic surrogacy since 1998, so surrogacy agencies are [...]

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Professor: Survey shows religion not declining

Reports of religion’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, said Byron Johnson, Ph.D., co-director of Baylor University’s Institute for Studies of Religion. Close examination of data from the General Social Survey and other data sources show that across 40 years, church attendance has varied only slightly, Johnson wrote in The Heritage Foundation’s recently published 2014 Index [...]

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