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Now Chris Pratt called racist for t-shirt choice

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Popular movie actor Chris Pratt has, you guessed it, been called a racist for wearing a t-shirt with a popular pre-Revolutionary War symbol. The conservative actor was slammed for wearing the historic ...

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Starbucks forced to apologize to police

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Starbucks has issued a public apology following an incident in which a group of police officers was asked to leave after a customer allegedly complained about feeling “unsafe.” Six officers from the ...

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Famous atheist Bill Hayden finds Christ

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Bill Hayden was one of the world’s most well-known atheists. In fact, the Australian politician  was an atheist all of his life and as an adult would use his public platform to ...

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Praising Western Civilization gets teacher fired

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Can praising the advancements given humanity by Western cultures get you fired? It can in California. A math teacher says she lost her job at a private K-12 school in Southern California ...

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Sharing faith may lose doctor his medical license

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A Christian doctor in England could lose his medical license for sharing faith comments in his meetings with patients. Dr. Richard Scott, a general practitioner at the Bethesda Medical Center in Margate, ...

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Is an artificial intelligence Antichrist possible?

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There was a time when most of humanity could envision some occupations that would be replaced by machines, technology or artificial intelligence. Working as a fashion model probably wasn’t one of them. ...

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After biological male dominates their race, female athletes file federal complaint

On Monday, three high school female athletes filed a federal discrimination complaint against Connecticut’s policy regarding transgender athletes. The young women assert they were racing at a disadvantage against their transgender opponent, a ...

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Grandmother reaches settlement after faith led to eviction

An elderly grandmother has settled a claim with her landlord who gave her an eviction notice for sharing her faith. The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) has settled a claim on behalf of ...

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‘Beto’ O’Rourke plan would destroy women’s sports say critics

Parents, coaches and female players say a plan hatched by Democrat primary presidential candidate Robert Francis O’Rourke, who refers to himself as “Beto” could destroy women’s sports as we know it. The ...

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Want to reduce poverty, abuse, drugs, and violence? Then we need involved dads!

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Once every year we dedicate a day to remember our dads. I’m glad we do. The role of a father is irreplaceable. My own dad has been a priceless gift over the ...

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Kmart bans Christian words in self-serve photo kiosks

Kmart is under fire after customers in Australia noticed that certain Christian words were banned from printing at the store’s photo kiosks. Anthony and Marelynda Dorsett were attempting to have photos printed ...

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LGBT diversity “Dyke March” discriminates against gay Israelis

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A leading LGBT organization on Friday withdrew its support from the 2019 “Dyke March in Washington, DC,” following the organizers’ decision to ban “pro-Israel paraphernalia,” including Jewish symbols such as the Star ...

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Deaf child’s impact on world subject of film ‘In a Silent World’

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The documentary In a Silent World is now available on Amazon Prime Video. The 90-minute film, by filmmaker Donald Boggs, chronicles the emotional journey of hearing parents, Marshall and Terry Lawrence, as they navigate an unknown culture ...

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Why have we become numb to demonic entertainment?

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Why is it that a kid wearing a MAGA hat smiling at a Native American drumming in his face can become a national scandal, but a mainstream performance can have a performer ...

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Winning people over in a polarized culture

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Today’s polarized political climate mirrors another growing gap in America: the dramatic rise of people who claim no religion at all, also known as “nones.” This demographic is most common among young ...

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University of Colorado may not force Bible club to hire atheist leader

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A Christian Bible club at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs will not be forced to hire an atheist to lead teachings. The university has been forced to make policy changes in order ...

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Will political correctness kill classic films?

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The rise of political correctness can be seen across movie screens this weekend. “The Hustle,” a gender-swap remake of 1988’s “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” rails against the patriarchy between sight gags. “Avengers: Endgame” ...

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The cure for our culture of contempt: Love your enemies

New York Times bestselling author and economist Arthur C. Brooks says America is being ripped apart by bitterness and contempt, fomented by public bullies and self-interested leaders – but following the plan ...

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After bus crash, Chinese church bridges culture gap

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It was a typical Tuesday morning at Grace Chinese Baptist Church when I received an unexpected call from the church secretary, Evelyn Yao. My heart grew heavy as her words “bus crash” ...

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Gallup: Church membership plunging across nation

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Results of a 20-year study by Gallup reveals a startling trend in church membership. The percentage of U.S. adults who belong to a church or other religious institution has plunged by 20 ...

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Iowa girls stage walkout of high school to protest boy in girls locker room

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Female students at an Iowa high school staged a walkout last week to protest the school’s decision to allow a trans-identified student to enter the girls’ locker room. About 20 students protesting ...

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Polling finds half of pastors afraid to speak on moral issues

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Half of all pastors are afraid to speak out on moral issue for fear of offending a church member according to recent polling. The research, from the well respected Barna Group, finds that ...

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Half of pastors are worried about offending someone if they speak out on social issues

Pastors are pressured from all sides to speak out on hot button issues, but struggle with just how to address those topics, such as LGBT issues and same-sex marriage. In a new ...

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C.S. Lewis’s ‘The Screwtape Letters’ will bedevil audiences with classic tale of spiritual warfare

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One of the first rules of battle is to know your enemy, and nowhere is that more important than in spiritual warfare. “The greatest victory of the devil is to convince people ...

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Is this where Christians go wrong when trying to change culture?

Christians have spent endless hours seeking to answer the question, “How can we best transform culture?” Dr. Lance Wallnau, nationally known for developing a framework modeling how Christians should engage culture, recently ...

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