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Don’t go numb

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Faith & Inspiration | My Facebook news feed a week ago included no less than five links to articles with roughly the same headline: “ISIS Is Beheading Children.” Like a stab to…

A broken toe

A broken toe

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | We think my husband broke his baby toe last night. It is twice the size of its corresponding mate on the left foot and cannot be manipulated even a half inch…

Midday Roundup: Is Rick Perry a criminal or victim of politics?

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Undeterred. Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to continue his unofficial presidential campaign despite a grand jury’s indictment of him Friday for abuse of power.

Southeast Asia fears ISIS recruits will bring Shariah terror home

By Julia A. Seymour
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Terrorism | Indonesia and Malaysia are no strangers to radical Islam, but ISIS recruiting in southeast Asia has caused a growing concern about the threat of terrorism in…

Dollars and Sense: All investors want is a slow news day

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | Seeking normalcy. Stocks were generally higher last week, though some days it was hard to find any real news driving them either up or down. I heard one…

Globe Trot: Kurdish and Iraqi forces push back ISIS fighters

By Mindy Belz
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International | IRAQ: Iraqi forces and Kurdish peshmerga today recaptured Mosul Dam, a crucial hydroelectric facility that’s been under ISIS control since earlier this…

Weekend Reads: Fulfilled promises, public worship, and PKs

Weekend Reads: Fulfilled promises, public worship, and PKs

By Caleb Nelson
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Books | Epic: The Storyline of the Bible By James Nicodem Epic: The Storyline of the Bible  (Moody Publishers, 2013) simultaneously addresses and reflects a problem…

Junk DNA and Darwinian blind spots

Junk DNA and Darwinian blind spots

By Dick Peterson
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Science | Why do the Darwinists rage? More to the point, why do they “[light] up the blogosphere with their denunciations,” as Discovery Institute’s Jonathan…

Is suicide ‘cowardly desertion’?

Is suicide ‘cowardly desertion’?

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Late 19th century newspaper editors thought so

Mars Hill cancels Resurgence Conference

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | Decision caps an eventful week at besieged Seattle megachurch

Cheerios tells the awesome truth about dads

Cheerios tells the awesome truth about dads

By John Stonestreet
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Family | A new online ad for Cheerios gives us a chance to say to something in the culture, “Do more of that!” The video shows a married father helping his…

Christian author Davis Bunn on what it’s like to write for your bread

By Warren Cole Smith
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Books | Davis Bunn began his career not as a writer, but as a business consultant. But while living in Europe and working for a multinational company, he came to…

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