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Church Equip events aid in tackling ethical questions

By Tom Strode - Aug 9, 2013

For one church, it might be homosexuality. For another, it might be adoption. For another, it might be abortion or race relations or pornography or human trafficking.

Whatever issue a Southern Baptist church needs to address, the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is seeking to tailor congregation-by-congregation methods of helping them by means of a new initiative called Church Equip.…

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Planned Parenthood rescued by Texas court

By Tom Strode - Oct 30, 2012

Planned Parenthood has gained another reprieve in its ongoing battle against Texas to retain millions of dollars in government funding.

A judge in Austin, Texas, ordered the state Oct. 26 to put a stop for the time being to enforcement of a law that prohibits Planned Parenthood from participating in a women’s health program.…

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LIFE DIGEST: Delaware Planned Parenthood unsafe, nurses say

By Tom Strode - Apr 17, 2013

Another abortion clinic in the Philadelphia area is guilty of hazardous and unhealthy practices, according to allegations by former employees.

Two nurses quit their jobs at Planned Parenthood of Delaware because of conditions at the Wilmington, Del., clinic, according to WPVI-TV, Philadelphia’s ABC affiliate.…

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