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Christian broadcaster wins health care injunction

DENVER (April 18, 2014) – Christian radio broadcaster James Dobson has won a temporary injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other emergency contraception in its health insurance. 16 more words

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Nuns who support Obamacare aren't faithful to their calling or to Catholic Doctrine

A dissident group of nuns isn’t only operating outside of its calling, says the American Life League, its members also are reflecting an absence of Christ in their lives. 118 more words

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Something about MICKEY ROONEY you may not know

MICKEY ROONEY, WHO DIED SUNDAY NIGHT IN LOS ANGELES AT AGED 93, WAS ONE OF A KIND. HIS CHECKERED PERSONAL LIFE – HE HAD EIGHT WIVES – IS WELL KNOWN, BUT LESS WELL KNOWN IS WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM LATER IN LIFE. 45 more words

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Air Force to review restrictions on religious expression

WASHINGTON (April 11, 2014) – Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James says the military branch’s restrictions on religious expression will be reviewed following the removal of a Bible verse from a cadet’s message board at the Air Force Academy.
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Abortion clinic transformed

Scripture says all things work together for good — and in Delaware, that means all places too. For years, the only thing women had when they left the Atlantic Women’s Health clinic was hurt. 8 more words

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Preacher predicts 'heads will roll' at World Vision

The dust hasn’t settled on World Vision’s recent controversial policy change that it then quickly reversed, as observers are calling for changes.

World Vision, headed by Richard Stearns, announced on Monday (March 24) what it described as a “very narrow policy change” allowing it to employ “gay Christians” who were married in states where it’s legal. 130 more words

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