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By Tom Strode - May 15, 2013

Vermont is a step away from becoming the third state to legalize physician-assisted suicide.

The state’s House of Representatives voted 75-65 May 13 to permit terminally ill Vermont residents to obtain and use a prescription for a lethal drug dose, the Burlington Free Press reported.…

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Hobby Lobby awaits appeals decision

By Tom Strode - May 28, 2013

Hobby Lobby’s hopes for deliverance by July 1 from huge fines under the Obama administration’s abortion/contraception mandate now rest with eight federal appeals court judges.

Lawyers representing the chain of arts and crafts stores and the federal government presented oral arguments before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals May 23 in Denver.…

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Women in combat move a ‘tragic mistake,’ Baptist leaders say

By Michael Foust - Jan 28, 2013

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta’s announcement that the military will remove its ban on women in combat drew criticism from several Southern Baptist leaders, who expressed concern over privacy and military effectiveness and also warned the move is part of a larger societal effort to blur differences between men and women.…

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Shutdown politics and the kingdom of God

By Trillia Newbell - Oct 16, 2013 - (1)

As I write this blog post, the United States is perilously close to a default on their debt obligations, crippled by an inability for both parties to come together and govern. Tensions are running on both sides and opinions are varied among followers of Jesus.…

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