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Rios: 'Quite serious' to label groups 'Islamophobic'

Rios: 'Quite serious' to label groups 'Islamophobic'

CAIR declares 'jihad' on family groups
Trump, in Scotland, links Brexit vote to his campaign

Trump, in Scotland, links Brexit vote to his campaign

Trump links Brexit vote to his campaign
American morality: Down the slippery slope, over the cliff

American morality: Down the slippery slope, over the cliff

American morality going off the cliff
'Gender neutrality' in military just a theory

'Gender neutrality' in military just a theory

'Gender neutrality' in military just a theory
Asian immigrants and the American Church

Asian immigrants and the American Church

Asian immigrants and the American Church
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CA assisted-suicide law raising concerns for future

CA assisted-suicide law raising concerns for future

Charlie Butts
Friday, June 24, 2016
A California-based ministry intends to continue to work against assisted suicide, in order to make sure the new law there doesn't increase the pool of those eligible for it.
Attorneys: Feds' delay doesn't negate church lawsuits

Attorneys: Feds' delay doesn't negate church lawsuits

Charlie Butts
Friday, June 24, 2016
California churches that oppose abortion coverage in their insurance plan still have hope for resolution in spite of a federal edict this week.
Crackdown on Christians in Vietnam

Crackdown on Christians in Vietnam

Bill Bumpas
Friday, June 24, 2016
Just weeks after a U.S. delegation that included President Obama visited Vietnam, a series of government crackdowns have taken place in the communist country.
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Horror and hush-up in Twin Falls, Idaho

Horror and hush-up in Twin Falls, Idaho

Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Something wicked happened in Idaho's rural Magic Valley. The evil has been compounded by politicians, media and special interest groups doing whatever they can to suppress the story and quell a righteous citizen rebellion.
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Asian immigrants and the American Church

Asian immigrants and the American Church

Steve Jordahl
Friday, June 24, 2016
Worship comes in many languages in the U.S., and it's being fueled these days by an explosion of Asian immigrants – many of whom have a faith that has already been "battle-tested." So what can the American Church do to meet the growing need?
Rios: 'Quite serious' to label groups 'Islamophobic'

CAIR declares 'jihad' on family groups

Chad Groening
Friday, June 24, 2016
A conservative activist says a radical Islamic organization is declaring jihad on more than 70 organizations, effectively proclaiming a "death sentence" on those groups.
American morality: Down the slippery slope, over the cliff

American morality going off the cliff

Steve Jordahl
Friday, June 24, 2016
The landscape of what's "morally acceptable" in America has shifted, says a Christian apologist, to the point where there's no belief in moral boundaries.
Attorneys: Feds' delay doesn't negate church lawsuits

Attorneys: Feds' delay doesn't negate church lawsuits

Charlie Butts
Friday, June 24, 2016
California churches that oppose abortion coverage in their insurance plan still have hope for resolution in spite of a federal edict this week.
Soda taxes expected to bubble up

Soda taxes expected to bubble up

Chris Woodward
Friday, June 24, 2016
Soda taxes may be a household topic in liberal havens, but critics say they will eventually spill over into "Red" states.
CA assisted-suicide law raising concerns for future

CA assisted-suicide law raising concerns for future

Charlie Butts
Friday, June 24, 2016
A California-based ministry intends to continue to work against assisted suicide, in order to make sure the new law there doesn't increase the pool of those eligible for it.
Crackdown on Christians in Vietnam

Crackdown on Christians in Vietnam

Bill Bumpas
Friday, June 24, 2016
Just weeks after a U.S. delegation that included President Obama visited Vietnam, a series of government crackdowns have taken place in the communist country.
PTC: Family-friendly shows few, far between this fall

PTC: Family-friendly shows few, far between this fall

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, June 23, 2016
A TV critic for the Parents Television Council is urging viewers to get their fill of family-friendly programming this summer because it doesn't look like there's going to be much to choose from this fall.
Missions-oriented seminary opening this fall

Missions-oriented seminary opening this fall

Bob Kellogg
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
A Christian university in Arizona has announced it is opening a theological seminary that will focus on missions.

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