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John MacArthur urges pastors to preach on sexuality in response to new Canadian law

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A new Canadian law effectively bans pastors from teaching that homosexuality and transgenderism are sins according to the Bible. C-4 unanimously passed both the House of Commons and the Senate before receiving ...

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Facebook backtracks after banning publisher of conservative children’s books

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A publisher of conservative children’s books once again can access and advertise on Facebook after a public outcry. Heroes of Liberty offers biographies of such American heroes as President Ronald Reagan and ...

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Christian actors live out their faith despite cost to their income and careers

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Although there may not be a lot of Christian actors in Hollywood, many are putting their money where their faith is. Comic actor Chris Tucker turned down up to $12 million to ...

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Sen. Rand Paul joins exodus from Youtube to competitor Rumble

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Sen. Rand Paul on Monday joined what is turning out to be a flood of millions leaving YouTube over censorship issues. The Kenucky Senator acknowledged his moving to the start-up streaming platform of ...

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Faith-based ‘American Underdog’ movie performs well in theaters

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“American Underdog,” the new faith-based film about football star Kurt Warner, had a strong opening weekend and despite a strong “Spiderman” and other holiday movies. It opened in the top 10 at ...

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2021: The year of mistrust and suspicion

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Although there are many things that characterize the year 2021, perhaps nothing is more conspicuous than the deep lack of trust that Americans have in their national leadership. From the president to ...

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The Salvation Army pushes back against criticism over allegations

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The Salvation Army recently came under criticism for appearing to embrace certain tenets of critical race theory. In response, Kenneth Hodder, national commander of the organization, posted a video accompanied by the caption “Kenny ...

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Family rifts affect millions – here’s how to move toward reconciliation

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Family relationships are on many people’s minds during the holiday season as sounds and images of happy family celebrations dominate the media. Anyone whose experiences don’t live up to the holiday hype may find ...

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Israeli social media stars join effort to defend the nation online

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Israel is launching a new campaign to train a group of Israeli social media influencers on how to respond to anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism online. The young influencers, who have a combined following ...

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VIDEO: “Jesus Christ forever changed the world,” Trump says at Texas church

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Jesus is the “ultimate source of our strength and hope,” former President Donald Trump told members of First Baptist Church in Dallas last Sunday. Trump quoted scripture and discussed the influence of ...

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Pentagon will monitor service members’ social media “likes”

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The Pentagon is being criticized for including “likes” on social media as extremist activities. The revised policy comes as the result of the controversial Counter Extremist Activity Working Group established in the ...

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Facebook is ‘worst company of 2021’ according to survey

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There may be another reason Facebook changed its name to Meta. The social media company is the “the worst company of 2021” in the results of an audience survey conducted by Yahoo Finance. The poll, ...

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Blue Springs School District must pay $4 million in lawsuit by transgender student

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The Blue Springs School District must pay more than $4 million in damages to a transgender student after it did not allow the biologically female student to use the boys’ restrooms and ...

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Americans disagree about allowing religious exemptions for vaccination but majority support

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Americans are divided over whether COVID-19 vaccination mandates should include religious exemptions, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute and Interfaith Youth Core. The survey, which was released late ...

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Black Lives Matter ties Christmas to white supremacy

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Merry Christmas from Black Lives Matter. And check your white supremacy. The organization celebrated Thanksgiving by accusing Americans of “eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land” and bashed Christmas, linking ...

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Percentage of married households plummets in latest census report

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Less than 18 percent of the 130 million households in the United States feature married parents with children, according to the latest census data. This represents a decline of more than 40 ...

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Religious Christmas postage stamps still point to ‘reason for the season’

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Step up to any United States Post Office counter or log onto its official government-sponsored website, and anyone in the market for “Christmas”-themed postage stamps has three options: “A visit from St. ...

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Memories of Pearl Harbor attack fading as ‘what-if’ questions remain

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Yesterday, on the anniversary of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, we learned that memories of that event are fading fast. Interviews on the streets with young people found little understanding of ...

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Fox News hosts, JK Rowling release Christmas books

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Fox News anchors have joined J.K. Rowling and other celebrities in releasing Christmas-themed books this year. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, released The Christmas Pig last month. Rowling has recently ...

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Coach sues after he was fired for replacing BLM poster with one about Jesus caring for all lives

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A former college coach has filed a lawsuit saying his First Amendment rights were violated when he was fired for removing a BLM poster from his office door at Illinois State University. ...

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St. Louis University bans conservative commentator Matt Walsh from speaking

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St. Louis University has cancelled a speech by commentator and children’s author Matt Walsh of “The Daily Wire” in what appears to be a response to his conservative views. The university at ...

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Evangelicals have varying opinions about Israel, new study finds

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Evangelical support for the nation of Israel is not as unified as it once was. The Jewish Connection: Evangelicals and Israel, a study of 1,000 American evangelical Protestants. reveals that 51 percent ...

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After backlash, Salvation Army withdraws controversial prayer guide

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The Salvation Army has withdrawn its critical race theory prayer guide after nationwide criticism threatened the loss of millions in donations. The controversial “Let’s Talk About … Racism” guide asked white donors, ...

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“Stop trying to be colorblind,” states Salvation Army critical race theory guide

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Salvation Army bellringers are as familiar during the Christmas season as trees that light windows but now the ministry is embroiled in a critical race theory controversy. The 156-year-old organization, which serves ...

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Target joins growing number of retailers that will be closed on Thanksgiving

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There is a bit of good news for people tired of the commercialization of the holiday season. Target joined several other retailers in announcing it will not be open on Thanksgiving Day. ...

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