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Opinion: The Dogma of Mad Science

Dr. Frankenstein would have felt “empowered” on Monday, March 9, 2009. That’s the day the Obama Administration not only reversed the Bush Administration’s restrictions on embryonic stem cell research, but announced that it was freeing science from outside interference, such as people’s moral qualms. Can’t you just picture the fictional monster creator jumping for joy? […]

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12-year-old takes stand for the unborn

The mother of a 12-year-old girl whose pro-life speech has become a hit YouTube video says her daughter’s passion for the unborn is genuine. Lia is a preteen from Toronto, Canada who decided to speak out against abortion in her school’s speech contest, despite teachers and school officials who encouraged her to pick a different […]

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Guatemala’s president & 425,000 attend Luis Palau’s historic Guatemala Festival

After a 10-day, region-wide evangelistic campaign that brought international evangelist Luis Palau face-to-face with Guatemala’s top leadership, Palau shared the Gospel to hundreds of thousands of individuals during the two-day Guatemala Festival at Parque de la Democracia on March 13–14. Guatemala’s president, first lady, vice president and three ministers of state all attended the festival, […]

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Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten fights domestic violence

Jason Witten remembers the pain. The Dallas Cowboys tight end remembers the screaming, the confusion and all the other terrible consequences of domestic violence. He doesn’t want others to experience what he did growing up. So he’s doing something about it. While many NFL players occasionally throw a requisite bone to charities to satisfy their […]

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Congress & forced abortions in China

Congress has rejected attempts to retain a pro-life policy that bars federal funding for organizations that support coercive abortion programs overseas. The Senate defeated an amendment March 5 that would have restored the policy, known as the Kemp-Kasten Amendment, to the $410 billion omnibus spending bill under consideration. The House of Representatives also rejected an […]

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Experts give churches safety pointers after pastor’s murder

In light of the shooting that killed Illinois pastor Fred Winters March 8, some might ask, “What’s a church to do?” Winters, pastor of First Baptist Church in Maryville, Ill., was preaching when a man walked down the aisle, pulled out a gun and fatally shot Winters in the chest. Two security officers at Southern […]

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The ‘Unforgettable’ King

When my husband and I were invited to a recent charity gala at the renowned Boca Raton Resort & Club, I was excited and nervous at the same time. I haven’t been much of a gala-goer since leaving the community social scene to raise our son. These days when I’m not working in the home […]

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A club to curb cussing

He has received more than 60,000 pieces of hate mail in the past seven weeks, and profanity-laced e-mails daily fill his inbox. Teaming with the torrent of written abuse has been scores of threatening voice messages. Given the quantity of ridicule being heaped on this person, you might conclude that he is a serial killer […]

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Golf tournament honors memory of slain student

First Baptist Church of Pompano Beach will host its 14th annual Sonja Larson Golf Tournament, Saturday, April 25 at the Palms Golf Course at Palm Aire Country Club. This fundraising tournament is held each year to provide scholarships for members of the church who wish to continue their education and to honor the memory of […]

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