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LGBT activists sue to end federal financial aid for Christian college students

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A new lawsuit seeks to end all federal financial aid for students attending Christian colleges across the nation. If successful, it could threaten the very existence of faith-based education on the university ...

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Religious freedom winning big in the U.S. Supreme Court

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Despite what sometimes seems like continuous negative news, religious liberty actually is winning in the U.S. Supreme Court. A study published in “The Supreme Court Review” says that the Supreme Court under ...

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CNN asserts a baby’s biological sex can’t be determined at birth

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CNN is being mocked for an actual news report that asserted a baby’s sex cannot be determined at birth. The odd statement came in a story that was critical of South Dakota ...

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Group forms to push back against woke agenda of corporate America

After corporate America was again criticized for weighing in on political issues, many Americans have had enough. Stop Corporate Tyranny, a coalition concerned with the increasing dictates of  ‘woke’ capital and cancel ...

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As media spins positive news, worry about Covid drops to record low

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According to a new Gallup poll, worry about Covid has dropped to its lowest level since this time last year. Just 35 percent of all Americans surveyed from March 15 to 21 ...

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‘It’s Jesus’ says Baylor coach after championship win

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Baylor basketball coach Scott Drew discussed his faith on national television after his team won the NCAA championship on Monday evening. During a post-game interview on CBS, Drew mentioned his faith as ...

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Charles Barkley calls out politicians for sowing racial discord

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Politicians fuel racial divides to “keep their grasp on money and power,” NBA analyst Charles Barkley said last weekend. “Man, I think most white people and black people are great people,” Barkley ...

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Sen. Warnock deletes Easter tweet that dowplayed death of Jesus

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Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock has deleted an Easter tweet that downplayed the significance of the crucifixion of Jesus, saying we can “save ourselves.” The lawmaker’s tweet was immediately flooded with responses from ...

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WNBA basketball star shares how faith helped her while being bullied

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Candice Wiggins, a former women’s basketball star, leaned on her faith while being bullied for her beliefs She said she was forced to retire early in part because she was bullied for ...

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NRA sees membership surge under Biden

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The Biden Administration has been good for the NRA. The organization has seen a jump in new members in recent months, with 150,000 signups in 2021 alone so far. On average, the ...

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Video: ‘Environmentalist’ Pete Buttigieg mocked for bicycle stunt

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Pete Buttigieg is being mocked for an epic fail captured on video. The United States Secretary of Transportation attempted to make observers believe he had ridden a bicycle to a meeting on ...

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Cancel culture catches up with Obama the ‘oppressor’

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“Obama is another oppressor.” Those are not my words. Instead, they are the words of immigrant activist Julie Contreras, who “works with a group that runs shelters for undocumented children at the ...

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U.S. church membership drops below 50 percent for first time

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Less than half of Americans now say they belong to a house of worship, which is the lowest number since polling began in the mid-1930s. The decline is part of a continued ...

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Oxford University and critical-race theory now say sheet music is racist

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Critical-race theory is coming to a music department near you. Oxford University has joined the trend to label anything developed in Western culture as racist. The famous English college is revamping their ...

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Polls find record low church attendance, majority of Republicans support same-sex marriage

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For the first time, religious service attendance has fallen below 50 percent while a majority of Republican voters say they support same-sex marriage. According to a Public Religion Research Institute polls, less ...

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USA Today editor who called for ORU to be banned by NCAA fired for controversial tweet

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“USA Today” has fired the editor who wrote a controversial column demanding that a Christian university be banned from the NCAA basketball tournament. Hemal Jhaveri, who formerly worked as the race and ...

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Success of ORU in NCAA tournament angers critics but inspires Christian schools

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Although Oral Roberts University lost to Arkansas in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA basketball tournament last weekend, the team inspired other Christian schools while angering some critics. “Pandemic effects notwithstanding, ...

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Mom’s photo of miscarried 14-week-old son has saved other babies

A 40-year-old mother has shared photos of her miscarried baby in the hope that people will see the humanity of preborn children. Sharran Sutherland says that when she miscarried her son, Miran, ...

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Nike receiving backlash for new line of “Satan shoes”

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Nike is receiving backlash over the so-called “Satan shoes” released by rapper Nas X. The musician designed a pair of Nike sneakers that apparently include a drop of human blood mixed with ...

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Wheaton College will remove word ‘savages’ from Jim Elliot memorial though tribe still uses term

Wheaton College plans to reword a plaque honoring Christian martyr Jim Elliot and the four missionaries killed by the Waorani people in Ecuador.  At issue is language referring to the tribe as ...

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Evangel University becomes latest school to drop Crusader mascot

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Evangel University is retiring the use of its Crusader mascot after a lengthy review process. The Crusader has been the official mascot since the school’s creation in 1955. According to a press ...

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Why Christianity put away its dancing shoes – only to discover them centuries later

In the PBS documentary series “The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song,” scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. shows how African Americans introduced new rhythms, music and dancing to ...

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Black leaders urge Senators to protect religious rights in controversial Equality Act

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Black Christian leaders from across the nation are urging the U.S. Senate to reject the Equality Act recently passed by the House Democrats. The group is pushing the Senate to seek a ...

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Oral Roberts University players pray after NCAA tournament upset win over Ohio

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Oral Robert University basketball players prayed and gave thanks to God after their upset win. The team recorded the biggest upset of March Madness when the No. 15 seed in its region ...

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Just when you thought it was safe, Meghan Markle may run for president

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For any Americans who are not yet tired of Meghan Markle, rumors are circulating that she may run for president in 2024. One senior Labor Party figure — a veteran of Tony Blair‘s Downing ...

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