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The Alabama Senate has unanimously passed a bill to grant immunity to in vitro fertilization (IVF) providers against lawsuits for injury or death to embryos during the IVF process. This move comes after the Alabama Supreme Court recognized IVF embryos as human children under the state’s Wrongful Death of a

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Key Points Jordan has allowed Christian prayers in Petra’s Byzantine-era churches for the first time since their excavation. This decision is part of Jordan’s efforts to promote religious tourism, showcasing Petra’s Christian heritage alongside its Nabatean history. The initiative could enhance Christian pilgrimages to Jordan, linking biblical history with the

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Originally published in The Conversation Under the banner “Take Our Border Back,” rally participants are using dehumanizing language about an “invasion” and citing the “great replacement” conspiracy theory, which claims that a cabal of Western elites and Jews are promoting migration in order to replace white people and their political

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Key Points The Texas Railroad Commission approved permits for oilfield waste disposal ponds near Latham Springs Baptist Camp, raising environmental and safety concerns. The camp, serving thousands annually, fears the waste could contaminate water and soil, impacting its operations and local water supplies. Legal options are being considered to challenge

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Two years after the initial conflict in Ukraine, many Americans have largely forgotten about the ongoing struggles faced by the country. This tendency to forget often occurs after a global crisis, as attention shifts to other pressing issues or more immediate concerns. Despite the initial widespread attention and support that

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The media coverage of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s death largely omitted his conversion from atheism to Christianity, despite the significant influence his faith had on his activism. Navalny’s Christian understanding of suffering highlighted the disparity between genuine heroism and the superficial activism prevalent in contemporary social media culture. This

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For the third year in a row, the financial reports for the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee are missing from the annual SBC Ministry Reports website. Despite promises to post the information, it hasn’t appeared. The last time their financial audit was posted was in 2021, covering the years 2019

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The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled against Samantha Killary, a sexual abuse survivor seeking to extend the time to file claims against those she believes knew of her abuse but did not act. Killary’s claims were made after the statute of limitations had expired but within the scope of a newly

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The “He Gets Us” Super Bowl ad campaign, centered around the symbolic act of foot washing as a metaphor for love and acceptance, sparked controversy due to its portrayal of predominantly white, cisgender individuals as foot washers and their counterparts as recipients. Despite aiming to bridge gaps across diverse identities

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Lamar Hardwick’s life took a turn when he was diagnosed with autism at 36, leading him to discover his true self and become a renowned advocate for faith and autism. Despite facing stage 4 cancer, he remains hopeful, relying on his spiritual strength and continuing his mission to advocate for

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Tucker Carlsen’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, left evangelicals wanting regarding matters of faith from the leader who continually speaks about family values. In this article, Christianity Today links many sources that can help one to understand the struggles of various perspectives of local faith leaders whose lives have

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Millions of Americans are gearing up for the excitement of Super Bowl LVIII, with festivities including snacks, laughter over TV commercials, and the main event of watching the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers. However, beyond the typical fanfare, a significant aspect of the Super Bowl experience

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