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States Refuse Defense Secretary’s Orders to Grant Same-Sex ‘Spousal’ ID Cards

Eight states are refusing to grant ID cards to spouses of homosexuals at National Guard bases following orders from new Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. Hagel had issued the order in August of this year following the Supreme Court decision to strike down key parts of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The ID cards […]

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Unprecedented Skull Discovery Raises Serious Questions Over Evolutionary Premises

DMANISI, Georgia – The discovery of an ancient human skull in the Asian country of Georgia has thrown the proverbial monkey wrench into the theory of human evolution. On October 18th, Science Magazine published a journal article titled, “A Complete Skull from Dmanisi, Georgia, and the Evolutionary Biology of Early Homo.” The article records the […]

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Pope Visits Roman Cemetery on All Saints’ Day to Pray for Dead, Bless Graves

ROME – Pope Francis visited a cemetery in Rome last Friday in observance of the Roman Catholic holiday All Saints’ Day to pray for the dead and bless the graves of the departed. The occasion marked 20 years since a pope had visited a Roman cemetery for All Saints’ Day, and according to reports, Francis […]

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Bibles and Booze: Congregations Across America Attempting to Attract New Members With Beer

A new report released by NPR outlines that a number of congregations across America are now using beer as a way to attract new members. The effort is an experiment in finding methods that will appeal to those who otherwise would not set foot in a church. Some beer-based gatherings are held right in the […]

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Baylor University Students Propose Generalization of Conduct Code to Make Sexual Sins ‘Equal’

WACO – Students at Baylor University recently presented a proposal to re-word the school’s conduct code to make sexual sins more equal. The Baptist university’s current sexual misconduct policy specifically prohibits sexual activity outside of marriage and mandates that students and staff provide examples of purity. “In all disciplinary procedures, Baylor University will seek to […]

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Christians Worldwide to Observe International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Christians worldwide will be observing the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church today by joining together to intercede for those who daily suffer for their faith in Jesus Christ. The organization Gospel for Asia (GFA) reports that 14,000 people around the world are martyred each year for their faith, but believes that actual […]

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Evangelist Found ‘Guilty’ of Trespassing for Preaching at Public Train Station to Appeal Ruling

WEST WINDSOR, NJ. – An evangelist in New Jersey plans to appeal after a municipal judge found him guilty of defiant trespassing this week for preaching the Gospel at a public train station. As previously reported, Robert Parker has been preaching at the Princeton Junction train station in West Windsor for the past five years, […]

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Hawaii Senate Passes Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Legislation Despite Public Opposition

HONOLULU – Senators in the largely Democratic state of Hawaii overwhelmingly passed legislation this week to legalize same-sex ‘marriage,’ sending the bill to the House for a vote. The measure resulted in much debate on both sides of the issue, and at times included religious references. “Pope Francis said, ‘Who am I to judge?’  I […]

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Former House Majority Leader: God Has Called Me to Spark Spiritual, Constitutional Revival

SAN ANTONIO – Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay announced this week that he believes that God has given him the mission to spark spiritual and constitutional revival in the United States of America. At an appearance this past Sunday at John Hagee’s Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, he explained that he believes that […]

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Salem ‘Pastor’ Expelled for Wiccan Connections Targets Street Evangelists in ‘Witch City’

SALEM – A pastor who was expelled from his denomination for forming close friendships with witches took issue on Thursday with a number of evangelists who were preaching repentance on the streets of the Halloween capital of the world. Phil Wyman and his group “The Gathering” have been attending Halloween celebrations in Salem for nearly […]

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