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From Bioethicists, a New Method for Normalizing Suicide

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Watch Oprah and Colbert Discuss Their Favorite Bible Verses

TV host and network executive Oprah Winfrey recently visited The Late Show to talk about her network’s upcoming series about world religions called Belief. While chatting with host Stephen Colbert (who is a devout Catholic), Oprah discussed her passion for the Christian Scriptures and how she was labeled a "preacher girl" as a child. While Colbert said that his favorite verse is Matthew 6:27, Oprah explained why Psalms 37:4 means the most to her, relating it to philosophies like karma and "the third law of motion.”

The Spiritual Toll of Pop Culture’s Irony Obsession

Serious truths in a culture that doesn’t take things very seriously.

Yes, Katy Perry Was Once a Background Singer for P.O.D.

The music industry can be a strange and wondrous place. Before pop superstar Katy Perry was Katy Perry, she was a young CCM singer that went by the name Katy Hudson. But a few years after her self-titled debut album released to relatively little fanfare, Hudson found another, more high-profile Christian music gig: Singing background vocals for P.O.D. Her work with the Christian rock outfit has been known in some circles for years, but for some reason, this week, Katy Perry’s stint as a vocalist for P.O.D. became a trending topic on social media, with users pointing her out in old performances and videos (like the one from 2006 below). Just in case you don’t believe us, check out the 3:11 mark of “Goodbye for Now.” UPDATE: In statement on their Facebook page, P.O.D. seemed to take issue with Katy Perry being called a “back-up” singer, saying that she was a "female vocalist on [the] track”: "This is revisionist history and disrespectful to our girl Katy who was NEVER a backup singer … We invited her to participate on our record as she was and is still is one of the few pop artists with strong musicianship roots … She paid her dues not as a backup singer but in a van going town to town. This is the problem with music journalism today. Shabby reporting. No research. No history."

Malala’s Ordinary Greatness

A conversation with documentarian Davis Guggenheim about his latest film, 'He Named Me Malala.'

Ben Carson on Creationism, Evolution, and Intelligent Design

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Doctor Who and the wildness of God | Think Christian

Despite his emotional distance, however, the Doctor remains a fundamentally good character. The pre-season trailers often feature a soundbite that captures the essence of the ensuing season. Before Season 8, it was the Doctor asking, “Am I a good man?” In season 9, it is an emphatic declaration: “I’m the Doctor and I save people.” The Doctor is a complex mix of love and judgment. The Doctor is committed to nonviolence and yet he is one of the most destructive forces in the universe. The Doctor is unfailingly committed to the protection and preservation of his friends, yet he’s often willing to see others as disposable, as is the case in “Before the Flood.” The Doctor is both a savior and a distinctly dangerous source of hope.

Franklin Graham Sends Up Prayers for Lamar Odom & Offers Advice for Those in Pain [VIDEO]

Franklin Graham never shies away from sharing advice on mainstream issues, and in his recent Facebook post the popular evangelist talked about former NBA star Lamar Odom's lifestyle, condition and says he is praying for his recovery.

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Enjoy this brief glance into the life of Southern Seminary Alumnus, Texas Pastor John Powell, who's learned how to be both a cowboy and a shepherd. Discover how his theological training and then his network of supporters from Southern Seminary helped equip him for rural ministry.

Watch Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown's Much Needed Reunion

The fun part of any time travel movie is that sooner or later, time proves it very wrong. Or very, very right. In the case of Back to the Future it’s about a 50/50 split. (I mean, they got Jaws right, which is just spooky). The film’s two stars Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown (Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, if you’re going to get all real-world about it) recently reunited for a coffee shop conversation about the film. 3D movies, fingerprint technology the future is now. Check out the charming chat below. (And don’t worry, even though the future is uncertain, we promise we don’t have the power to reboot the franchise.)

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Hank answers a question about which Bible translations are the best and what versions he uses and recommends.

3 Questions to Detect Sports Idolatry

But God’s gifts are always in danger of getting turned into idols. We can so fixate on something good that it subtly morphs into something ultimate. Any time we think we can’t be happy or satisfied without something, we’ve made it a counterfeit god, an object of worship, an idol.

Race and Revival in Woodlawn

This interview features Andrew Erwin, director of the movie along with his brother, Jon. The movie appeals to sports fans with its production values borrowed from ESPN, where the Erwin brothers worked as cameramen. It resonates with our own cultural moment, still divided by race and looking for hope. And it also encourages Christians to remember how God changes lives and heals wounds. The movie’s portrayal of the Jesus Movement introduces young viewers to a powerful work of the Holy Spirit that continues to shape the church today.

Truthbomb Apologetics: Win an Autographed Copy of J. Warner Wallace's "Cold Case Christianity"

Speaker, author and cold-case homocide detective J. Warner Wallace has kindly donated an autographed copy of his outstanding book Cold-Case Christianity  for a Truthbomb giveaway! For those unfamiliar with the book, you can see our review here .  As I have written before: "Due to it's unique approach, accessibility and depth, I believe Cold-Case Christianity is the best book I have read to date on the reliability of the gospels and the NT. Wallace effortlessly weaves the evidence for Christianity into exciting narratives from his cold-case investigations and while working through it, the reader not only learns just how reliable the NT is, but they also learn to how to think. Readers who work through this invaluable resource will look at the gospels and the NT through new eyes and have their confidence in the NT strengthened." Here is how you can win: 1. Follow this blog! 2. Comment on this post Please make sure that if you leave a comment, your blogger profile links to an email address where we can contact you if you win. If not, please leave your email address with your comment.

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Willing to Believe

Many believe that we are totally free to choose salvation. In Willing to Believe , Dr. R.C. Sproul shows that man’s will is not free but in bondage to sin. He says that we are doomed unless God has mercy and changes our hearts. Dr. Sproul examines the issue of free will throughout history, looking at the views of Augustine, Pelagius, Luther, Calvin, Arminius, Edwards, Finney, and others, demonstrating that some assumptions regarding “free will” undermine the Gospel and conceal God’s glory in salvation.

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5 Steps to the Severing of Sexuality in the 21st Century

“[This is] the final form of fragmentation, which is the inevitable result of this journey of progressive disembedding. Our inherited gender was once seen as normative for determining what form of sex we engaged in and with whom. But it has become a core modern intuition that ‘gender’ and ‘sexuality’ are things we choose, or that our ‘orientation’ is part of a deeper ‘sexual personality’ that transcends our gender. Cut free from the moorings of divine design, we are not splintered and isolated by an infinite array of sexualities…

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A one-minute radio feature where John MacArthur applies biblical truth to daily living.

When Christians Use 'Liberty' as a License for the Flesh

"Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. But sexual immorality and all impurity or covetousness must not even be named among you, as is proper among saints. Let there be no filthiness nor foolish talk nor crude joking, which are out of place, but instead let there be thanksgiving. For you may be sure of this, that everyone who is sexually immoral or impure, or who is covetous (that is, an idolater), has no inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God. Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience. Therefore do not become partners with them; for at one time you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Walk as children of light (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true), and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord. Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them. For it is shameful even to speak of the things that they do in secret.

5 Uncomfortable Issues The Church Needs to Talk About

I'm a guy who feels isolated from my church. This comment may get ignored but I don't care if anyone listens or not. I just want to get it off my chest. There aren't that many people I can rely on at my church. I have been coming to this church for about a year now and I still feel like this distant stranger who feels rejected a lot of times. I usually sit alone in an isle where I'm the only one that sits in it. I feel very lonely. I wish I had more fellowship with other people. Our church tries building community through life groups but all the leaders that have been in my life group have moved out because of wonderful opportunities and I'm constantly searching for a new leader to be in my life group but as that happens, I see a lot of strangers that come into this life group which get's harder and harder to bond and entrust my issues to. My life group has had four leader already and they all moved out within one year. I'm constantly wondering if this will ever change and that I won't feel lonely any more.

What Introverts Wish the Church Understood About Them

As an introvert who used to be a leader behind the scenes of my church, I can definitely relate to this. However, while I agree that it's important for introverts to step out of their comfort zones, I wonder why we seem to not see that need for extroverts. (If we do, we never really say so: if there's a comfort zone one assumes must be stepped out of, it's always the introvert who's standing in it.

Chuck Colson

I first met Chuck Colson in 1996, my freshman year at Wheaton College, where I attended on the scholarship named after him. He and I and the other "Colson Scholars" got together for lunch so that he could get to know us and hear our stories. I would have lunch with him again my junior year when he came to the college for a visit. Dr. Colson was the commencement speaker for my graduation in 2000. Yet again, I had lunch with him and this time my mother, who was in town for commencement, was allowed to join us. When they called my name during the graduation ceremony, Dr. Colson stood up and shook my hand as I walked across the platform to receive my degree. I last saw him in the summer of 2010 at Missouri Baptist College where he was speaking on behalf of a program for Prison Fellowship of Missouri. Afterward, I came up behind him and tapped him on the shoulder. He turned around and looked at me, paused for a moment and said, "Quentin right? ", gave me a hug and asked if I was okay. We chatted for a bit and I asked for him to sign a new book of his that I was reading at the time. If it weren't for Chuck Colson, I most likely would not have been able to attend Wheaton College.

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8 Stats That Will Change the Way You Think About Wealth

If you are reading this article, that means you have access to either a computer, a laptop or a smart phone. You have electricity. You have a connection to the Internet. If you know where your next meal is coming from and you don’t have to worry about getting clean water, having shelter over your head and accessing medical care, you benefit from more wealth than many people throughout human history.

The Joy of Living in Jesus’s Shadow

Once Jesus came on the scene, John received a lesser role before going to prison (Matthew 11:2), and then dying a seemingly meaningless death at a party (Matthew 14:10). John the Baptist wasn’t chasing the award for best supporting actor in a Gospel. If he was found with Jesus, as part of God’s plan to save the world, he was happy to be forgotten, happy to live and serve and even die in the shadows. He joyfully accepted a role with less worldly comfort, acclaim, and success in order to highlight how truly great Jesus was.

Macel Falwell, widow of Rev. Jerry Falwell, dies

Macel Falwell, widow of Rev. Jerry Falwell, dies; 'she strengthened his faith,' son says - News - Lynchburg, Virginia Area - The News & Advance

Australia Reasonable Faith Celebration Dinner: How To Be An Everyday Apologist

For more resources visit: While Dr William Lane Craig was on his Australian speaking tour, he spoke at a dinner hosted by City Bible Forum. He also answered some question from the audience before and after he spoke. Dr Craig spoke on the topic, "How to be an Everyday Apologist." We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: ... Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

It Is Not "Special Pleading" to Say God Is Without A Cause

For more resources visit: In 2011 Dr William Lane Craig spoke at the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL) in Hungary. While they he spoke on the topic, "Five Arguments for Theism" and took questions from the audience to accompany his lecture. In this clip, Dr Craig answers a question concerning how the Kalam Cosmological Argument concerns God. Is it 'special pleasing' to say God is without a cause? We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook:

Yet Another Reason to Believe Our Finite Universe Points to the Existence of God - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Apparently a few things are happening here either im not doing a good job of explaining or you dont understand what the embarrassement criteria intels or maybe I dont, so if you think Im explaining poorly then I would suggest you look up Gary Habermas’s website along with others as to how the N.T. is accepted by scholars as reliable based on the embarrassement criteria along with other criteria for deciding if a docuement is realiable. Hopefully this is where the misunderstanding is, embarrassing details dont make the story true but they do give helpful clues as to whether or not the writer is being honest rather than trying to come up with a good story and make it more believable, obviously the story is unbelievable because it involves a dying and rising man. If I was to only give good details and say things like ” in Jesus’ time everybody loved him Jews, Romans and Gentiles and none hated him or even disliked him.” that sounds great and really props the story up, all these people are in the story. But what we know from whoever wrote the report jews did not like Him, romans couldnt have cared less about Him, and the Gentiles barely new Him, so once again its not matter of embarrassment to the writer its matter of embarrassment to the claim, and the claim fits with what we know of history based on outside sources that talk about the christians and Jesus and are still relevant today Jews to this very day claim Jesus was a false prophet.


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Should I Care at All What People Think of Me?

Today’s question is from an international listener. “Dear Pastor John, I’m Jerra from Philippines. I always wonder if minding people’s opinion about me is a good or bad thing? The more I think about it, the more confused I get. On one hand I want to be thought of well by outsiders (1 Timothy 3:7). At the same time, I do not want to be paralyzed if others think I am a fool for following Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 1–3), even to the extent of being considered, like Paul, “the scum of the world” (1 Corinthians 4:13). So how do we think about our self-image in the eyes of the world?”

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Media Bias Against Israel Exposed!

With graphic evidence, Dr. Brown exposes the misreporting of terrorist attacks against Israel, not just by the Palestinian media but also by the Western media.

Bad News, Indeed — Playboy Opened the Floodgates and Now the Culture is Drowning

A venerable parable from Confucian China told of an elderly man who had seen emperors and events come and go, and observed from his Confucian worldview that good news and bad news were often difficult to tell apart. “Good news? Bad news? Who’s to say?,” he would reply to any news from his neighbors.

How Important Is Physical Attraction in Dating?

Did he pray about telling me no? I'm sure he did. Did he ask God to change his heart toward me should it be His will? Doubtful. Did he take the time to get to know me besides the shell containing the soul? No. Now maybe your guy friend isn't even interested, so this doesn't apply to you Belle, but I'm writing it for all of the people who are just asking for a chance, no guarantees, just that someone is willing to give them a chance since they've gone and taken a risk for someone they think is worthy. If your sweet Beast is interested, do you really know him well enough to know your heart could never change and that there is nothing in him that you desire in a future spouse? If there are no red flags character wise, and he asks for a chance, please really truly consider it before flat out saying no. You'd be surprised how much affection, a good character, and a winning personality can change how a person appears to you. Physical attraction may start something, but it's not going to be what holds it together.

20 Quotes from Mark Dever and Jamie Dunlop’s New Book on Community

“Sometimes when my church is celebrating the Lord’s Supper, I let my gaze drift from person to person, imagining what they will be like in heaven. There’s Margaret over there who sends me all those discouraging e-mails—yet who loves her Lord and our church. Squinting into the future, I can almost see her now, shining with the wise love and compassion of her Lord. Joe, who’s sitting a few rows back, reliably tells it as he sees it. That may at times be off-putting today, but the beauty of the honesty underneath will one day result in heartfelt praise to our King. Then there’s Marie, who’s talked with me a dozen times about struggles with unbelief. I can picture her gazing with unending joy and confidence on her faithful Redeemer.” (212)

Evidential Apologetics

Evidential Apologetics is that style of Christian defense that stresses the miracles found in the Bible, particularly Christ's resurrection as an evidence for the existence of God and the validity of Christ and His words. It also uses historical evidences to support the veracity of the Biblical account(s). In this, it is very similar to Classical Apologetics , which stresses reason in its approach to evidences. Basically, evidential apologetics stresses evidence such as miracles, fulfilled prophecies, etc., and uses reason to support them.

Principle #3 Sexual Purity Trumps Sexual Anarchy

This is Principle #3 of Outlasting the Gay Revolution, where Dr. Brown places America's embrace of homosexuality into the larger context of America's sexual anarchy, also explaining how, long-term, sexual purity will outlast sexual anarchy.

Help Me Teach the Bible: How the New Testament Helps Us Teach the Old Testament Rightly

In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible , Lane Tipton , associate professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, walks us through key passages in the New Testament that reveal how Jesus, Paul, and Peter train us to read and understand the Old Testament. He then applies these insights to key passages in the Old Testament including David and Goliath, Abraham and Isaac, the Psalms, and Isaiah 52–53.

It's Official: Terrorists Are Now the Persecuted Church's Greatest Threat

The US State Department's latest International Religious Freedom (IRF) report, released Wednesday, confirms that the biggest threat to minority Christian communities and other religious minorities worldwide is now the "new phenomenon" of non-state terrorism, particularly in the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia.

Planned Parenthood’s problems go far beyond whether it sells organs (COMMENTARY) - Religion News Service

Elisabeth…I believe the mother although initially not giving her permission has since announced her support for this. You sound like you’re in denial. Abortion is violence against women and children. These videos are on-line for everyone to see. Margaret Sanger’s Planned Parenthood is a racist, sexist ‘more from the fit less from the fit’ organization which under the cover of ‘choice’ (it’s a girl/boy not a choice) claims to help women when in fact it exploits and degrades the dignity of women. The result for many are years of regret and depression not to forget the breast cancer/abortion link which ends women’s lives early. But there is hope. Nothing is impossible with God.

Binge-Eating, But Starving

The men or women fixated on experiencing as much pleasure as possible here on earth is like those who dream they are eating and drinking, but wake up hungry, thirsty, and without anything to eat or drink. The beautiful banquet before their eyes — perfectly grilled meats, colorful and fresh fruits and vegetables, bread right out of the oven, the fountain of wine — is all just a mirage, a cruel figment of a hungry person’s imagination. The worst first world problem is that so many of us are living the dream, not knowing that the sun will rise and open our eyes to reality. Every delicious dream must end.

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Planned Parenthood Will No Longer Receive Money for ‘Fetal Tissue Donations’

All along, Planned Parenthood, the number one provider of abortions in America, has contested that the practice is legal, because they say they only receive financial donations to reimburse the costs associated with delivering the body parts. They’ve also accused the activists of selectively editing the videos. Longer, unedited versions of the videos have also been made available, which show abortion doctors discussing detailed methods of how to extract certain body parts undamaged during the procedure. In a letter to the National Institutes of Health, the president of Planned Parenthood called the accusations of profiting off of the sales a “disingenuous argument” and said that "the participation by a handful of our affiliates in supporting women who choose to make fetal tissue donation has always been about nothing other than honoring the desire of those women and contributing to life-saving research and cures.”

The 5 Big Misconceptions About Community

I could not agree with this more! I moved to Nashville about 2 months ago by myself. No relatives here, no family... Just me, myself and I. It has been so incredibly lonely the last 2 months that all I do is work and go home. I started attending a house church and only within the last 2 weeks has there started to feel like any community has developed. It's so difficult to actually meet people and befriend them and start to develop a mural sense of pouring into/being poured into. It's such a slow process, but when it happens it is so incredibly sweet.

Yet Another Way the Existence of Consciousness Demonstrates the Existence of God - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

If the brain is identical to the mind, all the properties and qualities on one side of the equation should be identical to all the properties on the other side of the equation, and if this is the case, our non-material perception of mind is illusory; we are, in fact, nothing more than physical beings. If the mind is identical to the brain, what we commonly perceive as non-material consciousness is simply the activity of our physical brains. In order to see if this is the case (if the physical ingredients “in the room” of the universe could produce our non-material minds ), we’ll have to investigate the evidence related to the properties and characteristics of our minds and our brains.

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Don't Laugh, but I Think Theology Should Be Funny

I do think, in spite of considerable evidence to the contrary, that theology can and should be, in some of its modes, funny. Theology done right should make you laugh. It should be done in an entertaining manner. Humor is not the only mode of entertainment the discourse of theology can take, but it is surely the case that we are often attracted to speech and writing that is funny. This calls into question the presumption by some that if you want what you have to say to be entertaining, then what you have to say cannot be serious. I have tried to defy that presumption by attempting to do theology in a manner that “tickles” the imagination.

Boycotting gay weddings? A distorted take on an important book

Yes, Mohler does address whether Christians should attend gay weddings, and he does in fact say that they shouldn’t. But he offers that counsel in only three paragraphs—about one page out of a 256-page book! I wonder if it ever occurred to newspaper editors that focusing on one page out of 256 might be a little myopic. That slant may be good for clickbait and for selling newspapers, but it’s a distortion of the real import of this book. And I’m not the only one to notice this.

Fear and Hope in God’s Jealousy

God’s jealousy is a great threat to those who play the harlot and sell their heart to the world and make a cuckold out of God. But his jealousy is a great comfort to those who keep their covenant vows and become strangers and exiles in the world.

Banning Abortion Based on Down Syndrome?

But I don’t think bills like Ohio’s will achieve the goal of welcoming more children with Down syndrome into the world. This bill ostensibly protects babies with Down syndrome, because it outlaws abortion based upon a prenatal diagnosis. In this way, this bill recognizes a troubling reality—our cultural bias against children and adults with intellectual disabilities. But such a law could potentially intensify that bias. This measure stands a chance of increasing the misinformation about Down syndrome and could even worsen the rate of abortion of babies with the condition. (Existing laws on selective abortion, such a similar ban in North Dakota, are difficult to enforce .)

Facing Down the Gestapo

Doing this life-saving work was not without risk. Once, Ho “faced down an armed Gestapo officer to protect a Jewish family,” Sunshine writes. And he enraged the Chinese ambassador to Berlin—Ho’s boss—when he refused his order to stop issuing visas to Jews. Ho worried that his actions would so irritate the Nazis that, his diplomatic status notwithstanding, they might decide to teach him a deadly lesson.

Pastor Bryan Koch Who Lost Wife and Leg in Crash Returns to Pulpit Sunday

After losing his wife, Lynn, and his left leg in a brutal motorcycle crash in June, Pastor Bryan Koch of Glad Tidings Church in Spring Township, Pennsylvania, will return to the pulpit Sunday for the first time in 19 weeks since the accident, and he is trusting God to keep him going.

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54 Fighting Satan: Knowing His Weaknesses, Strategies, and Defeat
55 Roma Downey Explains How 'Passion of the Christ' Film Location Helped Bring 'Ben-Hur' Remake to Life
56 Awareness is Not Enough
57 Dan Warne on Twitter
58 ‘Justin Bieber of Nepal’ Converts to Christianity
60 University of Pittsburgh Open Forum
61 ISIS Terrorist Abandons Jihad After Witnessing 'Love of Christians' at Jordanian Refugee Camp, Aid Group Says
62 Are you a Hater?
63 C.S. Lewis Institute on Twitter
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69 A Neglected Factor in Palestinian Terrorism
70 Oakland Threatens to Fine Church Over Gospel Music
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73 A Jewish Believer's Story (Part 2 of 2)
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76 Illiberal Liberalism? The Fate of Religious Freedom in the Public Square
77 Torrey Memorial Bible Conference Turns 80
78 New study: fracking does not contaminate drinking water
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81 White House threatens to veto legislation that cracks down on sanctuary cities
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