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Trial shows abortion’s ‘coarsening’ impact

By Tom Strode - Apr 16, 2013

The Philadelphia murder trial of Kermit Gosnell reveals the debasing effect of abortion on humanity and American society, Southern Baptist ethicists say.

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VIDEO: Christians writing fiction?

By Thomas Willis - Nov 6, 2013

Is reading or writing fiction worth Christians’ time? Trevin Wax, managing editor of The Gospel Project, and Daniel Darling, vice president of communications at ERLC, discuss Wax’s book, Clear Winter Nights, and how Christians should approach fiction.…

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