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Colorado Teacher Sues School for Allegedly ‘Promoting Christian Ideals’ of Local Church

DENVER — A public school teacher in Colorado has filed a lawsuit against his school district over his assertion that the school “operates largely to promote the evangelical Christian ideals” of a local church. Robert Basevitz, who identifies as Jewish, says that the Christian activities held at Florence High School made him feel excluded since he […]

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United Methodists Propose to Change ‘Church Law’ to Allow Homosexual Behavior

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A panel within the leadership of the United Methodist Church has voted to submit a proposal to change the denomination’s law book to remove prohibitions against homosexual behavior and to allow clergy to officiate same-sex ceremonies. The Connectional Table voted 26-10 on Monday to present the amended language during the 2016 General Conference, […]

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‘Fix It, Jesus': Student Takes Podium to Pray as Medical Emergency Unfolds During Graduation

CLAY, Ala. — A high school student in Alabama jumped to his feet and took the podium Thursday night to lead those gathered for the senior graduation ceremony in prayer as a medical emergency took place in the stands. According to reports, a family member of a graduating student fell ill as the Clay-Chalkville High […]

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‘Everybody Cried': Five-Year-Old Feeds, Prays With Homeless Man at Alabama Waffle House

PRATTVILLE, Ala. — A five-year-old boy from Alabama is making headlines after he moved patrons at a waffle house to tears while feeding and praying with a homeless man inside of the restaurant. Ava Faulk of Prattville told local television station WSFA that she and her son Josiah visited the waffle house a few weeks ago, […]

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U.S. Government Drops Remaining Charges Against Evolutionary Foe Kent Hovind

PENSACOLA, Fla. — Federal prosecutors have filed a motion to dismiss the remaining criminal charges against an imprisoned creation science evangelist after a jury deadlocked on the matter and was not convinced of his guilt. As previously reported, Kent Hovind, the founder of Creation Science Evangelism out of Pensacola, Florida, has been fighting charges of mail fraud […]

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‘The Hand of God at Work': Teen With ‘Irreversible’ Brain Injury Recovers Following Prayer

WAUKEE, Iowa — An Iowa teen and her parents are crediting the hand of God for saving her life after she suffered an irreversible brain injury and was unplugged from life support with no hope of recovery. Taylor Hale, now 17, was injured in 2011 after she slid off the hood of a friend’s car. […]

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Texas Senate Approves Bill Protecting Pastors Who Refuse to Officiate Same-Sex ‘Weddings’

AUSTIN — The Texas Senate has approved a bill that would protect pastors from legal action if they refuse to officiate same-sex ceremonies. Sen. Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls) presented S.B. 2065, entitled “Freedom of Religion with Respect to Recognizing or Performing Certain Marriages.” “A religious organization, an organization supervised or controlled by or in connection with a religious organization, […]

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College President: Supreme Court Ruling on ‘Gay Marriage’ May Lead to Christian School Closings

PURCELLVILLE, Va. — The president of a nationally-recognized Christian college is warning that Christian schools may have to eventually close their doors due to tax exemption revocation for “discrimination” if the U.S. Supreme Court rules next month that states must recognize “gay marriage.” Michael Farris is the chancellor of Patrick Henry College in Virginia, as […]

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‘Perverted’ Professor at UC San Diego Mandates Students Take Final ‘Naked’ or Fail Class

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A visual arts professor at the University of California San Diego (USCD) has been requiring students to take the final exam “naked” for the past 11 years, causing one mother to take a stand and speak out against the “perversion.” “Create a gesture that traces, outlines or speaks about your ‘erotic self(s),’” […]

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Actor Denzel Washington Urges Dillard University Graduates: ‘Put God First’

NEW ORLEANS, La. — Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington urged graduates at New Orleans’ Dillard University to “put God first,” stating that in his own life, he knows that all he has achieved is by the grace of God. Washington, 60, known for his roles in films such as “Glory,” “The Preacher’s Wife,” “Remember the Titans” […]

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