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New York church gets legal reinforcements in school rental fight

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | NEW YORK—Churches, synagogues, and religious groups representing thousands of churches across the country filed an amicus brief on Monday in support of the…

Lather, rinse, repent

Lather, rinse, repent

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | John the Baptist bellowed out a one-size-fits-all message to everyone who walked 10 miles to hear him: “Repent!” And it has become a stock joke of…

Pro-life movie rebounds after getting kicked off popular crowdfunding site

Pro-life movie rebounds after getting kicked off popular crowdfunding site

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Movies | A proposal for a pro-life movie is breaking records for crowdfunding, despite one popular website’s refusal to continue hosting its fundraising campaign.

New EU members are taking a traditional stand on marriage

By Kaitlyn Speer
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Marriage | Same-sex marriage is illegal in Slovakia, a former Russian republic surrounded by Austria, Poland, Ukraine, and Hungary, but a majority of the country’s…

Midday Roundup: Supreme Court says affirmative action ban is not discriminatory

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Affirmative ruling. The U.S. Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s ban on affirmative action in college admissions today, saying voters had a right in 2006 to…

Bill Gothard responds to allegations

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | But the group Recovering Grace remains skeptical, calling the former ministry leader’s statement ‘incomplete’

Faith pushes Boston Marathon winner across the finish line

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | As he struggled through the last few miles of the Boston Marathon, winner Meb Keflezighi said he couldn’t even look up the hill. He had to take it one step…

Chinese Christians form human shield to protect church

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | In Wenzhou, a Chinese port city nicknamed “Jerusalem of the East,” thousands of Chinese Christians stood guard around the government-sanctioned Sanjiang…

Could buried nuclear reactors be a safer energy solution?

By Michael Cochrane
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Energy | Small underground nuclear power plants may herald the future for an energy industry under intense scrutiny after Japan’s Fukushima disaster, but America may…

Still wanted: Homeschool stories of successful failure

Still wanted: Homeschool stories of successful failure

By Daniel James Devine
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Education | On Friday, Marvin Olasky wrote: The just-released issue of WORLD includes a reviewof Megan McArdle’s new book,  The U Side of Down: Why

Scientists create embryo clone to harvest stem cells

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | For the first time, scientists have grown stem cells using human embryos cloned from adults. The research, announced Thursday, expands the technical…

A battle that changed the world

By Marvin Olasky
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History | Today is the anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, fought in 1836 near what is now the city named after Sam Houston, who led the Texan army that day in a…

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