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Now that Roe v Wade has been struck down via the Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization that ruled abortion is not an “unenumerated right found in the Constitution, I’ve had to take some time to gather my thoughts on the decision’s significance. The Dobbs decision is perhaps the most significant

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Christian members of the Oxford diocese who are being baptized or confirmed will be urged to dedicate themselves to safeguarding the environment as outlined by the formal liturgy of the church and supported by the bishop of Oxford, Rt Rev Steven Croft. The attempt, which is viewed as the first of its kind in England,

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With Roe v. Wade overturned, family privacy rights might now be at significant risk. Homeschooling Evangelicals cherish these rights, which are not directly mentioned in the Constitution. The strongest support for the right to homeschool or otherwise secure a religious education for their children is found in Roe v. Wade. Reversing Roe v. Wade has

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The U.S. Air Force is facing lawsuits over the dismissal of multiple service members for refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine. The service members in question have cited religious exemption as their reason for refusal. Nicole Russel of the Washington Examiner writes that the lawsuits claim the Air Force is discriminating against its personnel because

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A year ago, I discovered an open secret I didn’t know existed; thousands of conservative Christian families had been forced to leave their conservative churches because their children came out as gay or transgender. I am a Catholic pediatric specialty therapist and have witnessed this firsthand on multiple occasions since I left work at a

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TJ Lynch was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor at age 18, a diagnosis that marked the beginning of a journey that eventually led him to become a preacher. Lynch’s church community acted as a powerful force in bringing Lynch close to God. For Lynch, God was there for him “through people.” Thirteen years after

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Walter Hooker has to undergo dialysis three days a week because his kidneys are functioning at only around 10 percent. That’s about to change because of his pastor. And no, it isn’t just because of prayer. Hooker, a senior associate pastor at Nebraska’s Bellevue Christian Center, had been on the University of Nebraska’s Medical Center

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Inspired by the convergence of a number of religious holidays of different faiths in April —Passover, Easter, Ramadan, Ram Navami, Vaisakhi and Ridvan — an interfaith Trolley in Chicago offered a tour of five religious sites in southeast Chicago on April 24, the date Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter. The tour included talks by religious leaders

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The Ends of the Earth Cycling, a Christian cycling organization, associated with New International, a global missions group based in Florida, has raised a fund of $1 million for assisting global youth ministries. The ministry’s website mentioned that 43 tours done by 906 cyclists resulted in raising $1,001,433. Each bike ride was dedicated to raising

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Dani Laurion has been wheelchair-bound for most of the last 13 years. She’s also had to use a ventilator. That’s changed, however, and Laurion says she believes that she underwent miraculous healing at Michigan’s Saint Mary Cathedral last month. During a healing service at the cathedral, Dani raised her hands to appeal to God to

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What happens when we die? Religion may have an answer for you. But what happens when we have a near-death experience? The science surrounding its study is getting increasingly complicated. Part of what’s complicating it is that a group of scientists are saying near-death experiences can’t be written off as hallucinations. A first-of-its-kind multi-disciplinary consensus

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Dwayne Haskins is being remembered for more than just his football game. The late Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, who had also played for the Washington Football Team, died Saturday after he was struck by a dump truck near an Interstate highway in South Florida. During his college days, Haskins and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa’ were known to

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