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By Tom Strode - May 29, 2013

A newborn baby in eastern China is in stable condition after his miraculous rescue from a sewer pipe.

Firefighters and hospital personnel saved the 6-pound, 2-ounce boy after he was found trapped May 25 in a pipe below a toilet in a public restroom of a residential building in Jinhua, a city in Zhejiang province.…

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How Martin Luther King Jr. overcame “Christian” white supremacy

By Russell Moore - Jan 15, 2014 - (5)

One of my earliest memories is of a substitute Sunday school teacher chastening me for putting a coin in my mouth. “That’s filthy,” she said. “Why, you don’t know if a colored man might have held that.” It might just be my imagination playing tricks on me, but it seems as though she immediately followed this up with, “Alright children, let’s sing ‘Jesus Loves the Little Children, All the Children of the World.’”…

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Michael Brown is your neighbor

By D.A. Horton - Aug 14, 2014 - (12)

It’s hard not to weep as I watch the continual coverage of events unfold in Ferguson, Mo. Once again, a life was taken by an authority figure. The eyes of our nation turn in one of two directions: toward the injustice or away from it.…

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Nobel Prizes take pro-life turn

By Tom Strode - Oct 12, 2012

A Japanese researcher who discovered a way to produce stem cells that act like embryonic ones without their lethal consequences has won a Nobel Prize.

The Nobel Foundation awarded its 2012 prize in physiology or medicine to Shinya Yamanaka, who was able to reprogram adult skin cells into cells that have virtually the identical properties of embryonic ones, which have the ability to change into any cell or tissue in the body.…

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