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We’re all auxiliary troops in a holy war

By Janie B. Cheaney
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ISIS | The identity of “Jihadi John”—the well-spoken butcher who presided over gory executions staged by the Islamic State, ISIS—was a bit of a…

Taiwan remembers 1947 massacre

By Angela Lu
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Taiwan | Ceremonies at the 228 Memorial mark a painful period in the island’s history that still scars its relationship with China

Bakery owners speak out for religious freedom

By Joseph Slife
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Religious Liberty | Next week, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries will announce the fine that former bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein must pay for declining to bake a…

A little of the breadth revealed

A little of the breadth revealed

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | I don’t know all the meanings of the scriptural saying “the breadth and length and height and depth,” but the least the phrase can mean is what I…

Joy in India as Taliban frees Jesuit priest

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | A Jesuit priest and his family in India rejoiced over his release last week after eight months as a Taliban hostage. The Islamic militants in Afghanistan…

Midday Roundup: Rand Paul wins CPAC presidential straw poll

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Fan favorite. Attendees at last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) said Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., was their top choice for the 2016…

Actor Russell Brand makes anti-porn appeal but Google isn’t buying it

By Courtney Crandell
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Sexuality | Fifty Shades of Grey has earned nearly $130 million since its Feb. 13 debut, while drawing criticism for its graphic sexual content, corny lines, and woody…

Federal judge sinks Nebraska’s marriage law

By Leigh Jones
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Marriage | A federal judge in Nebraska overturned the state’s voter-approved marriage laws today, giving the attorney general a week to appeal the decision before it…

Dollars and Sense: Mixed news didn’t dampen the markets

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | February rebound. After a rough January, the markets have been on a steady climb. The Dow rose more than 1,000 points in February, recovering all of…

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

By William H. Smith, James Marroquin & The Elders of First Presbyterian Church (PCA), Augusta, Ga.
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Health | Seeking wisdom from experience, medical expertise, and church leaders

Weekend Reads: A novel look at homosexuality and a collection of Christian truth

Weekend Reads: A novel look at homosexuality and a collection of Christian truth

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | The Accidental Marriage: A Novel By Roger B. Thomas This novel’s premise is profoundly simple. Scott, a gay man in the San Francisco area, meets and befriends…

Partial shutdown of Homeland Security averted

By Mickey McLean
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Congress | UPDATE: A partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security has been averted, at least for one more week. As a midnight deadline closed in, the…

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