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May 3rd, 2019
Voter w/ cross inserting-ballot-into-ballot-box
By: Tom Gilson – stream.org – May 2, 2019 Surveys and pundits keep saying that people dislike evangelicals’ involvement in politics. Frequently it’s framed as a problem with our witness for Christ. Onlookers claim that more people would actually come to faith in Him if evangelicals would quit doing so much politicking. But I’ve got a question: Could someone explain to me...
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April 23rd, 2019
Ambulance, military and bystanders outside Chrisitian church
By: Trais Fredschun – foxnews.com – April 23, 2019 The Easter Sunday attacks on churches, hotels and other sites across Sri Lanka  that killed over 300 people have now spurred some lawmakers to call for a full burqa ban. A bill was announced Tuesday on the Facebook page of UNP Parliamentarian Ashu Marasinghe to propose banning the burqa in Sri...
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April 17th, 2019
Pete Buttigieg
By: Ramesh Ponnuru – bloomberg.com – April 16, 2019 Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is one of the many candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination. But that’s not his only long-shot bid. He also wants to claim Christianity for contemporary progressive politics. “Christian faith is going to point you in a progressive direction,” he told USA Today. Even...
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April 16th, 2019
saxaphone player
By: Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D. – douglasgroothuis.com – December 13, 2017 Jazz is a national treasure, but is no longer a common pastime. First rock and then hip hop eclipsed its popularity long ago. Historian Gerald Early claims that three things uniquely define America: the Constitution, baseball, and jazz. Yet the sale of jazz records accounts for only a small fraction the music...
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April 9th, 2019
Wood Pews and Stained Glass in Small Church
By Hannah Sparks – nypost.com – April 3, 2019 It’s official: Americans are losing their religion. Data released by the General Social Survey — an ongoing study which has monitored US trends, attitudes and behaviors since 1972 — reveals that the number of Americans who identify as non-religious (aka “nones”) is now about equal to the number of Catholics (23 percent)...
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April 9th, 2019
cpc
By: Staff – cpcfoundation.com – April 2019 IN GOD WE TRUST is the Official Motto of the United States Are you OK with being told you can’t talk about God? There’s no need to be quiet any longer. “In God We Trust” is more than just our national motto – it’s our country’s foundation and part of our identity as...
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April 4th, 2019
What To Expect From Gen Z
By: Penna Dexter – pointofview.net – March 4, 2019 There’s yet another survey out showing that young people stop going to church after high school as they go off to college or start a job away from home. A  2017 LifeWay Research Survey shows 66 percent of Americans stopped attending church on a regular basis for at least a year...
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February 18th, 2019
HeartStrongFaith2019-Speakers
By Heart Song Faith – heartstrongfaith.com – February 2019 2019 HEARTSTRONG FAITH CONFERENCE February 22-23, 2019 FRIDAY 7:00 PM – 9:45 PM AND SATURDAY 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM The HeartStrong Faith Women’s conference is a gathering of women coming together to worship, pray, learn, and ultimately, lead others to Christ. Women will grow and flourish as they root themselves in the...
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February 14th, 2019
Alex-Name-Plate-Master-red
By: Alex McFarland – alexmcfarland.com – January 16, 2019 One could argue that the American culture has abandoned many things in recent history. But the greatest loss among them, says religion and culture expert, national radio host and author Dr. Alex McFarland, is the abandonment of natural law. “The 21st century is different from all other generations, in that we...
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February 12th, 2019
convicted/guilty SBC leaders
By: Robert Downen, Lise Olsen, John Tedesco, & Jon Shapley – houstonchronicle.com – February 10, 2019 First of three parts Thirty-five years later, Debbie Vasquez’s voice trembled as she described her trauma to a group of Southern Baptist leaders. She was 14, she said, when she was first molested by her pastor in Sanger, a tiny prairie town an hour...
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