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Church of England: God Cares About Fashion and So Should Christians

Just in time for London Fashion Week, the Church of England has released a new video that makes the case that God is interested in the world of fashion. In the clip below, several officials from the church discuss the Bible’s constant references to clothes and how fashion is frequently used as a metaphor in scripture. However, parts of the video are critical of the industry and the idea of using clothing to project a certain image. The church particularly criticizes unsustainable industry practices and unethical working conditions in the garment and fashion industries. Overall, the clip offers an interesting look at why Christians should be engaging in the fashion industry, and ultimately, help to shape culture.

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Video: Atheists Who Oppose Abortion

Earlier this week,  Tim Stratton of Free Thinking Ministries shared an article he wrote titled Pro-Choice: The Wrong Side of History...

The War on Robert Atkins Goes On

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The Numbers That Show Planned Parenthood is About Abortion, Not Women’s Health | The Stream

Live Action’s new “3 Percent Abortion Myth” video dispels one of Planned Parenthood’s greatest myths — that abortion only makes up 3 percent of its services.

Watch Radiohead Jam Out in This New Video Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson has teamed up with Radiohead once again, this time for a minimalist video for their song “Present Tense.” Anderson previously directed the video for "Daydreaming," also off Moon Shaped Pool. Anderson is also a frequent collaborator with the band’s guitarist Jonny Greenwood, who served as the composer on his films There Will Be Blood, Inherent Vice, The Master and There Will Be Blood. The video is pretty laid back, and cinematically, there’s not a lot to it. But, Radiohead remains one of the era’s great live bands, so it doesn’t take much for them to make a great live video.

What is Planned Parenthood?

This article from Live Action News lists 5 main points that describe Planned Parenthood. They are: Abortion is Planned Parenthood’s number one priority. Planned Parenthood doesn’t have mechanisms i…

This Powerful New Netflix Documentary ‘The White Helmets’ Features the Heroes of the Syrian Civil War

Here’s a look at the new short documentary from Netflix that shows a group known as “The White Helmets”—a Nobel Peace Prize nominated collection of volunteers that attempts to save lives after bombings in Syria. The group has saved more than 60,000 lives in the country, during the years-long, brutal civil war. As the trailer notes, hundreds of bombs are dropped across the country every day, and thousands of civilians have been killed. The mission of the White Helmets is to save lives no matter where they are. The trailer looks powerful (warning, it does contain some graphic images of war). The film drops tomorrow.

Proud to Be Humble: How Do Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Talk about Humility?

How do the 2016 presidential candidates talk about humility? Is it even possible to be a "humble politician"? From the pursuit of "greatness" to the tension of owning one's limits, the candidates have covered quite a bit about humility. 

Intelligent Design Is the Backdrop for a Dan Brown-Style Thriller -- Bruce Buff's The Soul of the Matter

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

EXCLUSIVE Bishop Eddie Long Reveals He Has Lost More Weight, Assures Congregation He Will Be Back in Pulpit

Despite being on what he calls a "sabbatical" recovering from an unspecified "health challenge," controversial megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long joined his followers on a prayer call this week in which he revealed he has lost more weight and assured them he will be back in the pulpit next month.

Marvel Has Just Released a Crazy New Look at ‘Doctor Strange’

A new featurette about Marvel’s upcoming epic Doctor Strange has just been released, and it gives a glimpse at just how religiously-charged the story is. The upcoming edition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a bit of a departure from the standard Avengers-style fare, with a hero who uses philosophy, religious ideas and spirituality to unlock his powers. The movie’s director, Scott Derrickson, is a Christian who’s known for supernatural-centered horror films like Sinister, Deliver Us from Evil and The Exorcism of Emily Rose. It releases in November.

If Doug Axe's Critics Are Right, Evolution Can't Be Tested

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For American Christians who have uncritically embraced the narrative that Islam is a �religion of peace,� they may want to consult reality. And having done so, they may then want to rise and vehemently protest the continuing persecution and murder of thousands of Christians globally at the hands of Muslim supremacists.

A Cold-Case Detective Writes an Apologetics Book for Kids: Interview with J. Warner Wallace.

WALLACE: There are many great resources on the market, so we wanted to do something different and complimentary. Cold-Case Christianity for Kids (CCC4K) has been written as an interactive experience. CCC4K has an accompanying interactive web Academy, designed to help readers learn good detective skills. Kids will join the three young characters in the book as they begin a Cadet Academy. Readers will be trained by Detective Alan Jeffries and if they watch the videos for each chapter, download and complete the fill-in sheets and activities, they’ll be able to earn an Academy Certificate. This Academy experience was inspired by my own involvement in the Police Explorer Academy as a teenager. Readers of CCC4K will become trained detectives as they investigate the evidence for Jesus.

What We Can Learn From the Gay Schoolteacher Who Allegedly Abused Boys | The Stream

And third, if your child does come out as gay, be on the lookout for any inappropriate relationship with an adult of the same sex. This really is a danger zone, and we need to be vigilant.

‘Atlanta’ Is Doing Something No Other Show Can

In the show, main character Earnest “Earn” Marks (Glover) seeks to both be a responsible father and fulfill his dream at the same time by managing the career of his cousin and local rising rapper Alfred “Paper Boi” Miles (Brian Tyree Henry). It’s clear from the start that Earnest is not “of the streets” like his cousin, but he’s familiar enough to try and navigate them, and he quickly becomes involved in a series of events that tie him to a shooting, drug arrest and a visit to prison.

This Is Why I've Been Angry at God

I feel like I’ve been in a fight with God for the last five years. I’ve been fighting against the injustice of our son dying and fighting against the reality of living in a world where suffering occurs even to the innocent. This was not a fight I chose, but it wasn’t one I was willing to walk away from without giving it everything I had.

The Bigger Mission Behind ‘Let Hope Rise’

Joel Houston : The first time I sat down with MJ, the director, we sat down in New York City and just had a good chat. And so he walks into church and he tells me, "I’ve been into that venue, and I’ve seen 200 bands in that venue and I’ve never experienced that atmosphere before and it was intriguing to me." And I go, "Well what intrigued you about it?" And he goes, "I don’t know, it was positive. The only way I can describe it is it felt like love was in the air.’"

Former atheists speak: 44 Quotes

Here follows a list of quotes I’ve collected and compiled from over the last two or so years (my digital quote library is bursting at its edges!). There is no particular form that these quotes take, rather each is from the unique story of each former atheist. Where possible, I’ve left links that readers can follow to find out more about each conversion testimony, or articles that they’ve authored. The others are predominantly from books that i’ve read.

Moral Failures in Ministry and My Social Media

Many of us feel something of a disconnect between our public and private lives. We skimp on our private formation, while mastering our public persona. We don’t build the foundation that Christ did by cultivating faithfulness and communion with God in our private lives, and then we scratch our heads at the collapsing house in front of us.

Sasse: Don't Euthanize Religious Liberty

Back when the federal government didn’t heavily subsidize both public and private higher education, when it didn’t heavily regulate employment relationships, when it didn’t have the leading role in financing and delivering healthcare, we didn’t need to worry nearly so much about the ways in which conflicts with religious conscience and the law arise. Nobody thought about whether the Sisters of Charity should be given a religious exemption from the Obamacare contraceptive mandate, because there was no Obamacare contraceptive mandate. The Roman Catholic Church didn’t need the so-called Ministerial Exception to Title VII in order to limit ordinations to men (and to Roman Catholics), because there was no Title VII.

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Dad Enough to Sing

When Daddy sings, the home is happier. Singing is the sound of joy in God. It is joy in God made audible. Singing around the house, in the car, and as we go through life fills the air with joy, and helps to establish a family fellowship of warmth, rather than coldness. Dads who are man enough to sing contribute in significant measure to making theirs a happy home.

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I'm a Pastor, and I Attempted Suicide

I even wrote a letter to my father-in-law, who still hates and distrusts me to this day. But I didn’t write one to my Dad. He’s never seemed to understand mental illness. But our issues went deeper than that. For six years, there had been a deep rift between us. A serious and hurtful indiscretion during his own mid-life crisis, along with a lifelong pattern of disengagement with his family, left me wondering if he would even care if I was gone.

Seven Principles for Angry Parents Disciplining Angry Children

Your kids will always be your kids. But they won’t always be messy toddlers or mouthy pre-teens or moody high schoolers or know-it-all college kids. Or so I’m told. We need to let God do the work only he can do, and trust he will do all the work we can’t. Kids grow up. And so should parents.

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Lay Aside the Fear of Man

Courageously confront your fear of man. “We must obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29). Obedience calls for courage. Courage is not the absence of the emotion of fear, but the resolve to obey despite what we feel. Exercise your trust in God by stepping out in obedience. “Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the LORD your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you” (Deuteronomy 31:6).

Apologetics and the 80/20 Rule

What about in post-modern times? Is this still the most effective way to do evangelism? I would argue that there are stumbling blocks in peoples minds which prevent them from even hearing the Gospel or quoted Scripture, and apologetics should be used as a means to get to the Gospel (always). We are not giving an argument for Christianity for argument’s sake; rather, it should be aiding the effectiveness of evangelism.

Did the Apostles Really Die for Their Claims? (Podcast) | Cold Case Christianity

In this podcast, J. Warner examines the evidence for the early persecution of the Church and the martyrdom of the Apostles. Did the first eyewitnesses of the Resurrection die rather than recant their testimony? Can we trust the early accounts? Why does it matter in the first place?

Why We Shouldn’t Be Surprised Some Pre-Christian Deities Are Similar to Jesus | Cold Case Christianity

It really shouldn’t surprise us that there may be some broad similarities between Jesus and the “deities” imagined prior to His arrival. I think it is reasonable to envision something that later becomes a reality (even if only in part), and there are good examples from history to illustrate this. A man named Morgan Robertson, for example, once wrote about a British ocean liner that was approximately 800 feet long, weighed over 60,000 tons, and could carry about 3,000 passengers. The ship had a top cruising speed of 24 knots, three propellers, and about 20 lifeboats. This ocean liner hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage in the month of April, tearing an opening in the starboard side, forward portion of the ship, and sank along with about 2,000 passengers. Recognize the ship? Let me give you another clue: The ship’s name was spelled T-I-T-A-N… If I stopped right there, I bet you would recognize this ship as the Titanic, right? If so, you would be wrong. While the description is eerily similar to the Titanic, the ship Robertson described is the “Titan” and it is a fictional vessel from his book, The Wreck of the Titan (also called, Futility ), published by Buccaneer Books (Cutchogue, New York) in 1898.

We Can Corroborate the Gospels without Verifying Every Detail | Cold Case Christianity

Corroborative evidence is always limited; it always addresses some small aspect of the event under consideration. Jurors then extrapolate from this corroboration to determine if the broader testimony is reliable. They do this after they assess the testimony with the three other questions I described in Cold Case Christianity (“Were the witnesses present?” “Were the witnesses accurate?” and “Were the witnesses biased?”). We can’t expect the corroborative evidence to establish every claim made by the witness. Instead, the corroborative evidence provides us with another important piece of the puzzle related to reliability. At some point, we then have to trust what the witnesses say about the event.

The Missionary by Stephen Nichols | September 15, 2016

Jonathan Edwards died at the age of fifty-five. Although not young, relative to our era it seems premature. What might his mind have produced if he possessed even a few more years on this earth? Edwards would probably have never entertained this thread of thought. He understood that God’s providence never fails to accomplish its task perfectly and to completion. God had other plans for Edwards, and none of them went awry. On the contrary, He demonstrated his faithfulness to this man and his family despite the tragic conditions under which they died. He brought them home to heaven, where they reside in the love of our Savior.

1 Peter 4:6: Is There Any Hope for the Dead?

The Bible says that the gospel was “preached to the dead” (1 Peter 4:6). In this lab, Pastor John gives his answer for whether this text teaches that someone can hear the gospel and repent after death.

25 I'm Not Ashamed Movie Screening

Join us for a free screening of the new film "I'm Not Ashamed", the true story of Rachel Joy Scott at Columbine High School. The film will be in theaters on October 21st.

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27 For the Kids’ Sake

“Staying together for the sake of the kids” sounds old-fashioned in this “me-and-my-happiness-first” culture of ours. But—except in dangerous circumstances—it’s still true. And for Amy, that’s no joke.

The Hopelessness of Hope and Change

send to a friend #14  Posted by Salley Swett  |  Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 10:23 AM Thank you for this; I confess that I have been too emotionally charged by the direction each of our nations is going politically. My temporary home is Canada, and as you may or may not be aware, we are currently under the 'leadership' of a Liberal PM, who blatantly thumbs his nose at the statutes of God, photographs shirtless, marches in gay pride parades, is pro abortion, same-sex marriage, gender mutilation...the list is endless. I am grateful, more than I can express, for the solid Biblical teaching of John MacArthur and the truth he brings forward: “What happens in America, politically, has absolutely nothing to do with the kingdom of God.” “It has nothing to do with the kingdom of God, because the kingdom of God is built one soul at a time, as a sinner puts his trust in Christ.

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That might not sound like such a big deal to some, but it is the existence and the thriving of the middle class that is, sociologically speaking, one of the most important protections of democracy. The reality is that democracy is really only found, certainly over time, where there is a thriving middle class. How do we define that? Well in virtually every previous culture, without a middle-class, you had a bifurcated class system. You had those at the very top and the vast majority of those who were at the very bottom. A tiny elite minority were the landowners, and of course here we’re talking about the landed gentry as they’re sometimes called in the English tradition. The vast majority of the population owned virtually nothing at all—they were the serfs and the workers and the laborers, and before the rise of the middle class they had no purchase upon ownership at all.

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Evolution Just Got Harder to Defend

A new fossil discovery makes it even tougher for Darwinists to explain the origin of life. There's an old story about a chemist, a physicist, and an economist stranded on a desert island with nothing to eat but a can of soup. Puzzling over how to open the can, the chemist says, “Let's heat the

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34 Ignoring Child Abuse in Afghanistan

Before Major Brezler was recommended to be discharged for interfering with child abuse, the same thing happened to Army Sergeant First Class Charles Martland. He was defended by BreakPoint's ally the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), and he has been reinstated. The ACLJ is now defending Major Brezler (see I, for one, signed petitions in support of both cases, and I recommend others do the same in this case.

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How Morality Changes in a Foreign Language

Most people agree that they would. But what if the only way to stop the trolley is by pushing a large stranger off a footbridge into its path? People tend to be very reluctant to say they would do this, even though in both scenarios, one person is sacrificed to save five. But Costa and his colleagues found that posing the dilemma in a language that volunteers had learned as a foreign tongue dramatically increased their stated willingness to shove the sacrificial person off the footbridge, from fewer than 20% of respondents working in their native language to about 50% of those using the foreign one. (Both native Spanish- and English-speakers were included, with English and Spanish as their respective foreign languages; the results were the same for both groups, showing that the effect was about using a foreign language, and not about which particular language—English or Spanish—was used.)

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If you were selected for a jury in a real trial, you would be asked to affirm up front that you haven’t formed any preconceptions about the case. You would be required to vow that you would be open-minded and fair, drawing your conclusions based on the weight of the facts and not on your whims or prejudices. You would be urged to thoughtfully consider the credibility of the witnesses, carefully sift the testimony, and rigorously subject the evidence to your common sense and logic. I’m asking you to do the same thing while reading this book.

Why Is God So Homicidal In The Old Testament?

Hey Pastor Park! I want to thank-you for the grace you show in your answers. I really appreciate your example of presenting your views in a gentle and humble manner. I also have a question, I struggle with reconciling God, as he is depicted in the Old Testament, with how he is depicted in the New Testament. Did He really order the deaths of men, women, and children belong to nations that opposed Israel? I know He is ultimately just, but I keep getting hung up on this.

Adding Criminal Justice Reform to Prison Ministry

I n the early 19th century, evangelicals were at the forefront of prison reform—England’s Elizabeth Fry being a foremost example. Today, while many churches have or support prison ministries of mercy and evangelism, very few work on criminal justice reform. Four out of five American churches (80%) say they are not currently involved in advocacy to reform the criminal justice system, according to statistics from new LifeWay Research published this year. But among those that are involved, African American pastors are two-and-a-half times more likely (42%) than white pastors (16%) to say that they are currently involved.

Muhammad vs. Jesus: Judging Religions by Their Central Figures (David Wood) Christianity and Islam are the largest religions in history, and around half the people in the world consider themselves to be either Christians or Muslims. But Christianity and Islam disagree on fundamental doctrines and practices, so they can't both be right. Is there a way to judge these two religions? Some people judge religions based on the worst adherents of the religions. Others insist that we should judge religions by their best adherents. However, rather than judging religions by their adherents at all, we should turn to the central figures of the religions. In this video, David Wood compares Muhammad and Jesus. For more on Muhammad and Jesus, watch these videos by David Wood: "Jesus Owns Muhammad": "Jesus Accepts Worship": "Jesus: The First and the Last": "Jesus: The Final Judge": "How Can God Die?": "How Could God Punish Jesus for the Sins of Others?": https://www.

Why Are Behaviors the Bible Condemns Considered 'Morally Acceptable' by Christians?

The Background: Since the early 2000s, Gallup has tracked Americans' views of the moral acceptability of various issues and behaviors. The overall trend clearly points toward a higher level of acceptance of a number of behaviors that the Bible clearly condemns. In fact, notes Gallup, the moral acceptability ratings for 10 of the issues measured since the early 2000s are at record highs. The first number in each category list the number who consider the behavior to be “morally acceptable” while the second number is the percentage that consider it to be “morally wrong.” The third number is the percent change from 2001 to 2015.

Are There 20 Commandments?

The Bible is inerrant, so we can be confident that there are no true contradictions in the original manuscripts. Yet some have tried to state that the Bible erroneously records 20 commandments instead of 10. The claim is that God wrote the Ten Commandments, and Moses wrote ten more. In this case, however, there is not even a contradiction between Exodus 20 and 34, nor are there two sets of ten commandments which are different in content. Here are the key verses from Exodus 34.

Did Moses copy the Law from the Code of Hammurabi?

Answer: Hammurabi was a Babylonian king who reigned from 1795 to 1750 B.C. He is remembered today for promoting and enforcing an organized code of laws. The Code of Hammurabi, discovered on a stele in 1901, is one of the best preserved and comprehensive of ancient writings of significant length ever found. The Hammurabian Code is divided into 12 sections and consists of 282 laws, 34 of which are unreadable. The Code is primarily a case-by-case formula of customary law covering administrative, civil, and criminal issues. The complexity of the laws and their subject matter reveal much about ancient Babylonian culture.

Books - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

Correct, Not Politically Correct: How Same Sex Marriage Hurts Everyone Why not legalize same-sex marriage? Who could it possibly hurt? Using sound reasoning and evidence—not religion—award-winning author Frank Turek shows that everyone will be hurt including children, the nation, and even homosexuals themselves. Turek provides concise answers to objections about equal rights, discrimination, and being born a certain way, and he exposes the real reason gay activists are trying to impose same-sex marriage on the country without a single vote from the people. Turek’s message is direct but respectful. It is correct, not politically correct. And it is a message that we must not ignore. For details, see .

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Ancient Rural Synagogue Discovered in Galilee Confirms New Testament Accounts

Dr. Dotti Aviam, a senior researcher at the Kinneret Institue for Galilean Archaeology at the Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee spoke to JNS News about the significance of the find. “This is the first synagogue discovered in the rural part of the Galilee and it confirms historical information we have about the New Testament, which says that Jesus preached at synagogues in Galilean villages,” Aviam states. The passage Aviam refers to is Matthew 9:35: “Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness.”

Sea Otters

Sea otters spend a lot of time in the water—they can even sleep while floating on the water—so they must find other ways to keep warm. Since their paws and webbed feet have very little warm fur, they try to keep them out of the water when not swimming. It is amusing to watch them roll in the water trying to keep their paws up or place their paws behind their heads in a restful pose. To avoid being swept away by ocean currents or waves while they are sleeping, sea otters will wrap themselves in kelp fronds, or they will hold onto each other in big rafts.

Mariah Carey Says 'Everyone' Should Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes' New Show

T.D. JAKES” is the new syndicated daily one-hour talk show hosted by T.D. Jakes. Seventy affiliates will premiere the show locally on September 12, followed by OWN’s launch of the show on Monday, September 19.

4 Things to Do When Life Doesn't Go Your Way

We’re not perfect and we shouldn’t expect others to be either. It’s a simple statement but often one that’s easy to forget. Maybe there’s a particular area you struggle with and assume its no big deal. If someone fails in a similar way, you might have empathy because you know your own struggles. But if someone does something that goes against an area you feel righteous in, then you become harsh or judgmental.

51 Religious Liberty: The Great Struggle of our Time
52 Martin Luther on Marriage as a School of Character
53 Latino Heritage Month
54 Five Ways to Go from Head Knowledge to Heart Application
55 5 Changes Elementary Sunday Schools Need to Make ASAP
56 Book Review: No God But One: Allah or Jesus? by Nabeel Qureshi
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58 Jack and the Beanstalk
59 Hungary Aims to Help Millions of Persecuted Christians Worldwide Threatened by Extremists
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61 Q+A: ‘To Joey, with Love’
62 MIT physicist Alan Lightman on fine-tuning and the multiverse
63 Cosmology, the Big Bang, and the Beginning
64 Book Review- C.S. Lewis's Dangerous Idea: In Defense of the Argument from Reason by Victor Reppert
65 H.B. Charles, Jr.: I Was a Teenage Pastor
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68 “You are the man!”
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70 Creation Ideas: What the Bible Doesn't Say About The Age of The Universe
71 Live and Leave a Legacy.
72 You Are Invited to Pastors School
73 Katy Faust on Speaking the Truth in Love
74 "Will Beauty Save the World?" A Chapel message presented by Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.
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76 Can I Be Sure I’m Saved If Persevering Is the Proof?
77 The TC Apologetics Daily
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80 Is Genesis History? - A Documentary & Teaching Series
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83 Two Things Nearly Everyone Believes About the Universe
84 Sasse: Don't Euthanize Religious Liberty
85 Greg Laurie Answers: Will Loved Ones Be Watching People's Actions From Heaven
86 Explainer: Evangelical Leaders State Their Case for Trump, Clinton, or Neither
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