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Abortion Doc Defends Doing Abortions: “My Christianity Leads Me to a Place of Non-Judgment”
MICAIAH BILGER | LifeNews.com
Every month, abortionist Willie Parker flies from his home in Chicago to abort unborn babies in Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. On Saturday, Parker told a Massachusetts crowd why he makes the journey each month – because of “my Christianity.” A well-known abortionist who often seeks the public spotlight, Parker regularly has made claims that his Christian faith justifies his job of aborting unborn babies.
Arizona House rules: Prayer must be to higher power
By Howard Fischer | Tucson.com
A prayer is only a prayer if it refers to God, at least according to the state House of Representatives. And that means atheists like Rep. Juan Mendez, D-Tempe, can't give the official prayer that starts off every session. That unofficial policy was adopted last month by House Majority Leader Steve Montenegro, R-Litchfield Park.
How Christian Universities Are Becoming a Battleground for LGBT Rights
MORGAN MITCHELL | Newsweek
Christian Ortega got an unpleasant surprise when he reapplied to California’s Biola University after deciding to take a semester off. Ortega was highly invested in his education and life at the private, evangelical Christian school when he attended in 2010—holding a position as a student ambassador, running a blog for the school, and working with the admissions department to call prospective students who wanted to know more about the university. He’d had the job for two years, and became friends with his colleagues.
College Makes Bold Stand on Difference Between Christianity and Islam
JOSEPH AX / REUTERS | via CharismaNews.com
A professor at an evangelical university near Chicago who got in trouble after saying Muslims and Christians worship the same God will leave the school, according to a joint statement released by Wheaton College on Saturday night.
Toyota will compensate black and Asian borrowers to settle bias investigation
James Rufus Koren | Los Angeles Times
Toyota's financing arm will pay as much as $21.9 million to black and Asian borrowers who paid more for auto loans than whites, settling allegations of discrimination by federal regulators.
Why Nepal Has One Of The World's Fastest-Growing Christian Populations
DANIELLE PREISS | NPR
Famous for its high peaks and wind-whipped prayer flags, Hindu-majority Nepal used to be a nation unreached by Christianity. Now the country has one of the fastest-growing Christian populations in the world, according to the World Christian Database, which tracks global trends in Christianity.
British Researcher Gets Permission to Edit Genes of Human Embryos
NICHOLAS WADE | New York Times
A British researcher has received permission to use a powerful new genome editing technique on human embryos, even though researchers throughout the world are observing a voluntary moratorium on making changes to DNA that could be passed down to subsequent generations.
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