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By Doug Carlson - Jan 17, 2013

President Obama this week continued an annual presidential tradition first begun more than two decades ago: proclaiming Jan. 16 as Religious Freedom Day. First recognized in 1993, the day commemorates the 1786 passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, a forerunner to the First Amendment right to freedom of religion.…

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Duke: immigration decisions show D.C. must act

By Tom Strode - Jul 5, 2012

Recent decisions by both the U.S. Supreme Court and the White House demonstrate anew the need for Congress to provide immigration reform, a Southern Baptist public policy specialist says.

The reiteration of a call for Congress to act on the controversial issue came from Barrett Duke of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) after:…

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LIFE DIGEST: Abortion-causing drug sold in vending machine

By Tom Strode - Feb 15, 2012

One American university is selling from a vending machine a contraceptive drug that can cause an abortion.

Shippensburg University, a state school located in south central Pennsylvania, stocks a vending machine in its health center with Plan B One-step, known as the “morning-after” pill or “emergency contraception.” While the method works to restrict ovulation or prevent fertilization, it also has a back-up mechanism that can operate after fertilization.…

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Find no rest here, saints

By Renée Bates - Nov 15, 2013

This year I’ve given myself to studying the gospel according to John. It’s been an incredible, joyful, painful, rich pursuit that has only intensified as I’ve progressed through the book. Two phrases have stuck out as wildly important to me as I’ve devoured the last few chapters.…

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