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Climate Change Accord Hurts World’s Poor

PARIS — The climate change accord struck in Paris among 195 nations thankfully is nonbinding, evangelical commentators noted, because rigorous implementation of it could harm the world’s poorest residents and stifle nations’ ...

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Conservatives Rally Around Bisexual Professor

A tenured California professor engulfed in controversy surrounding his advocacy of traditional marriage is still awaiting a final sentence from his university after being found guilty of retaliation against a student last ...

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VA Ban on Christmas Trees, Carols Lifted

Officials at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem, Va., sent an email to employees in November outlining a ban on Christmas trees, carols and cards in public areas, only to quickly reverse their ...

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Finding God

Finding God is not difficult. You are a special creation of God! You need to know God loves you and wants a personal relationship with YOU. “For you created my inmost being; ...

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Reaching Syrian Refugees with Hope

MIDDLE EAST — Christian missions workers like Peter Matheson are working to bring hope to refugees. But the ongoing crisis has taken a toll on the many he serves — and on ...

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