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Christian Clerk Continues to Defy Order to Issue Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Licenses

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A county clerk in Kentucky is continuing to defy a court order that she issue marriage licenses to homosexuals and their partners despite her Christian convictions not to be a partaker in other’s sins. “Currently everything remains the same,” Deputy Clerk Nathan Davis told Reuters, as the office continued to turn away those […]

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‘It’s Very Personal': Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Declines to Share Favorite Bible Verses

NEW YORK — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump declined to share his favorite Bible verses during a television interview on Wednesday, stating that it was “very personal.” Trump appeared on the Bloomberg television broadcast “With All Due Respect,” and at one point, interviewer John Heilemann asked Trump to expound further about a comment he made recently […]

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Atheists Seek to Erect ‘No Gods’ Display at Arkansas Capitol After Ten Commandments Approved

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A prominent atheist activist organization is seeking to place a “no gods” display on the grounds of the Arkansas state capitol following the approval of a Ten Commandments monument proposed to be erected at the location. As previously reported, Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Bigelow, had proposed the monument, which will be overseen […]

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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Ordering Christian Clerk to Issue ‘Gay Marriage’ Licenses

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A federal appeals court has denied a stay of a lower court order declaring that a Kentucky county clerk must issue marriage licenses to homosexuals and their partners despite her Christian convictions not to be a partaker in other’s sins. As previously reported, Kim Davis, clerk of Rowan County, has been the subject of […]

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Kentucky Student-Led Pre-Game Prayers Under Fire by Atheist Activists

MIDDLESBORO, Ky. — A prominent atheist activist organization has renewed its complaint against a school board in Kentucky after it recently decided to reinstate pre-game prayers—but with the stipulation that the prayers be led by students. The Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) recently sent a letter to the superintendent of the Bell County […]

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Portland Investigating Inaction of Officer Against Man Who Attacked ‘Scum’ Christians with Cleanser

PORTLAND, Ore. — Officials in Portland, Oregon are investigating a police officer who failed to take action against a man who attacked six Christians with a cleansing agent earlier this month while pronouncing them all “scum.” As previously reported, the incident took place on August 12 outside of the Portland Planned Parenthood facility as over […]

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Thousands Rally in Support of Christian Clerks Who Refuse to Issue ‘Gay Marriage’ Licenses

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Thousands rallied on Saturday in support of three Kentucky clerks who are fighting for their religious rights not to violate their Christian convictions by issuing “marriage” licenses to homosexuals. The Family Foundation of Kentucky organized the event, which included prayers, hymns and speeches by various state leaders and political candidates. Executive Director […]

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Cancer-Stricken ‘Gay Marriage’ Advocate Jimmy Carter Packs Sunday School Class

PLAINS, Ga. — Unrepentant former president Jimmy Carter, who told reporters last month that Jesus would approve of “gay marriage” and “any love affair,” drew record crowds to his Sunday School class yesterday following reports that cancer from his liver had spread to his brain. According to reports, over 300 people attended the class at Maranatha […]

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UK City Councilman Seeking Crackdown on Street Preachers: It Is ‘Improper’ to ‘Talk About Morality’

MANCHESTER, England — A city councilman in the U.K. who is seeking to crack down on street preachers, buskers and those who engage in commerce in the public streets says that preachers are wrong to talk about morality in the open air and to make their hearers feel “insecure” with their preaching. The Christian Institute reports that […]

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High School Band Nixed from Halftime Show Over ‘How Great Thou Art’ Performance

BRANDON, Miss. — A high school band was nixed from the halftime show of the season-opening football game on Friday after district officials said that the band’s plans to perform “How Great Thou Art” violated a federal court order against school promotion of religion. “The Rankin County School Board and District Office are very saddened students […]

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