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Two Gunmen Dead After Attack on Texas ‘Draw Muhammad’ Contest

DALLAS, Texas — Two gunmen are dead after opening fire at a security officer outside of a Texas event that included a contest to see who could draw the best cartoon of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The incident occurred on Sunday evening just as the “Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest” was coming to a conclusion. […]

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Wisconsin City Bans Discrimination Against Atheists

MADISON, Wisc. — A city in Wisconsin that is the home of a prominent atheist activist organization has passed a law that adds “non-religion” to its non-discrimination statutes. Madison ordinance author Anita Weier told reporters that the proposal did not arise of out any instances of actual discrimination against atheists, but rather was simply birthed out of her […]

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Shell-Shocked: Preserved Proteins in Supposedly Ancient Shells Surprises Scientists

Scientists recently studying a collection of ancient shells were surprised to find not only no evidence of evolution in the specimens, but also clear evidence of protein-rich materials that normally cannot survive millions of years. According to a recent article published in the European Association of Geochemistry’s Geochemical Perspective Letters, researchers analyzed shells found along […]

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Church Regains Right to Serve Housing Project After Initially Booted for Being ‘Religious’

MEADVILLE, Pa. — A church in Pennsylvania has regained the right to serve and minister at a local government-run housing project after initially being booted simply because the entity was considered to be “religious.” Rachael Groll, the Children’s Ministry Director at Living Waters Church in Meadville, began reaching out to families at the Gill Village […]

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California Bill Would Overturn Directive Forcing Churches to Provide Abortion Coverage

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A proposed bill in California seeks to overturn a recent directive that would force all faith-based employers to offer abortion coverage regardless of their religious beliefs. As previously reported, the California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) issued a letter last August requiring all insurance companies in the state to cover abortions, which would […]

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Principal Says He Was Fired for Praying at Fellowship of Christian Athletes Meeting

MANCHESTER, Ga. — A high school principal in Georgia is speaking out after he says that he was fired for praying at a voluntary Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting last month. Dr. Michael Lehr, who has served as the principal of Manchester High School for the past three years, told reporters that he was informed […]

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GoFundMe Changes Policy to Ban Fundraising for Those Accused of ‘Discriminatory Acts’

The popular crowdfunding site GoFundMe has changed its policy to ban fundraising for those merely accused of engaging in “discriminatory acts” just days after it shut down two fundraising campaigns for persecuted Christian businesses. As previously reported, last Friday, GoFundMe removed the page for Sweet Cakes by Melissa, which had been ordered to pay $135,000 in “emotional […]

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House Advances Effort to Overturn Abortion ‘Non-Discrimination’ Act

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House of Representatives advanced an effort on Thursday to overturn a law that some say would ban religious groups from living out their beliefs about fornication and abortion when it comes to their hiring and firing practices. As previously reported, last December, the D.C. City Council unanimously passed the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination […]

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Video Surfaces of Christians Singing ‘Who Makes Nations Tremble?’ at Moment Earthquake Rocked Nepal

KATHMANDU, Nepal — A video has surfaced online of Christians singing about God making the nations tremble at the exact moment that the earthquake rocked the country on Monday. Three young men had begun singing the hymn “Almighty, Unchangeable God” at a house church meeting. “Who spread out the clouds before Him? Who fashioned the earth with His […]

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South Carolina Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Bring Up Vote on Personhood of Unborn

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina lawmakers have formally introduced companion bills that would bring the issue of the personhood of the unborn before voters for the 2016 election. Sen. Lee Bright (R-Spartanburg) and Rep. Bill Chumley (R-Spartanburg), both Christians, introduced resolutions before the legislature this week that would allow residents to decide whether the state […]

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