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What pro-life Ireland can learn from pro-life America

Dublin, Ireland, Jan 13, 2019 / 04:18 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- With the dawn of legal abortion in Ireland, the pro-life movement in the country is beginning a fight that their U.S. counterparts have been engaged in since 1973. For more than 40 years, pro-life Americans have staged marches, prayer vigils, …

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I Escaped from Iran, but Not from God

I was nine years old when I decided that I hated God. I hated him because I believed he hated me first. It was 1979, during the middle of the Iranian Revolution. Ayatollah Khomeini and his religious zealots had recently overthrown the existing government and seized political power. Hundreds of …

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Freedom from Religion Foundation—Against the Constitution!

To: Kentucky Public School Superintendents From: Nathan W. Kellum, Chief Counsel, Center for Religious Expression Re: Freedom From Religion Foundation’s Attack on the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter By way of introduction, the Center for Religious Expression (CRE) is a non-profit public interest law firm that focuses on First Amendment …

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Chinese Officials Wipe Away First Commandment From Church Display Because It Challenges Power of President

Chinese government officials have ordered the removal of a church display which contained the First Commandment because they believe it directly contradicts the policy of President Xi Jinping. The government-approved Three-Self Church was forced to remove the First Commandment after a visit from the central “patrol inspection team” of Luoyang city …

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Learning from the Temptation of Eve

Since temptation is something that Christians face and struggle against every day, it is necessary that we understand how it presents itself in our lives. We can gain much insight in the nature of temptation from the first temptation in Genesis 3:1–6, when the serpent comes to Eve in the …

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Ukrainian Orthodox Church Breaks Away From Russian Influence

ISTANBUL (AP) — An independent Ukrainian Orthodox church was created at a signing ceremony in Turkey on Saturday, formalizing a split with the Russian church it had been tied to since 1686. The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, signed the “Tomos” in Istanbul in front of clerics and Ukrainian …

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