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November 17th, 2020
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The results of the presidential election were not a surprise to Dr. George Barna. The writing, the longtime professor, bestselling author and cultural researcher, says, was on the wall. Or, more specifically, in the results of the American Worldview Inventory —the groundbreaking research project conducted earlier this year by Barna and the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University to determine where...
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November 9th, 2020
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Here are 31 things a church can do to address domestic violence, from simple to fairly ambitious, from spreading awareness to active involvement. Source: Things A Church Can Do to Address Domestic Violence | Ananias Foundation
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August 6th, 2020
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At what point do our public health interventions themselves cause a public health crisis?  Might our efforts to keep the public equally safe be reinforcing unsafe levels of inequality?  We obviously need to protect those most at risk from the current pandemic, but we should also consider the costs, especially if disproportionate burdens are being placed upon those without a...
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June 22nd, 2020
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By: Rick Santorum – nationalreview.com – June 21, 2020 This Father’s Day is one like no other. Due to the coronavirus shutdowns, thousands of dads in nursing homes will not be visited by their children. Many kids and their moms will not be taking Dad to his favorite restaurant. Grown sons and daughters living in “hot” areas are not traveling so Dad...
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June 5th, 2020
By: Staff – firstliberty.org – June 3, 2020 Plaintiff in Supreme Court’s Religious Liberty Altering Smith Decision Asks Justices to Protect Faith-Based Adoption AgenciesFirst Liberty Institute files friend-of-the-court brief in key religious liberty case at the Supreme Court of the United States Washington, DC—First Liberty Institute filed a friend-of-the-court brief in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, in which the U.S....
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May 27th, 2020
By: Christopher Roach – amgreatness.com – May 25, 2020 Perhaps the most unserious response to the coronavirus pandemic has been the facile assertion that lockdowns, the destruction of the economy, and the suppression of our historic freedoms are all justified if they “save just one life.” As Joe Biden put it on Twitter, “I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: No...
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May 21st, 2020
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By: Merrill Matthews – ipi.org – May 19, 2020 Two key statements stand out in a recent Wall Street Journal news story about New York’s decision to send patients with Covid-19 to their nursing homes. One is a quote from Democratic Assemblyman Ron Kim, who represents Queens: “The state has failed to protect the lives of the most vulnerable members of our...
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April 28th, 2020
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By: G.K. Chesterton – laphamsquarterly.org – 1910 Of all the modern notions generated by mere wealth, the worst is this: the notion that domesticity is dull and tame. Inside the home (they say) is dead decorum and routine; outside is adventure and variety. This is indeed a rich man’s opinion. The rich man knows that his own house moves on vast...
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April 24th, 2020
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By: Laura Hollis – townhall.com – April 23, 2020 Harvard Magazine published a truly awful article this past week in which Elizabeth Bartholet, a Harvard Law School professor and the director of its Child Advocacy Program, comes out strongly against homeschooling. Bartholet’s interview is a smorgasbord of selective outrage and red herrings. She points to isolated instances of neglect by homeschooling parents...
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March 10th, 2020
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By: John Stonestreet – breakpoint.org – December 12, 2019 Between 2014 and 2017, the divorce rate in Jacksonville, Florida, and surrounding Duval County fell 24 percent. Of course, divorce rates are falling nationally already, possibly because fewer people are bothering to get married. Still, 24 percent is a huge number, especially compared to a 6 percent decline nationally and a 10 percent...
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