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2-year-old girl survives 17-story fall in Communist China

In Eastern China, a 2-year-old toddler girl was left in the care of her grandmother for a few hours in the province of Jiangsu. But her grandmother, after the girl was put down for a nap, decided it would be okay to leave the toddler home alone while she went to get groceries. Two-year-old YueYue… Continue reading 2-year-old girl survives 17-story fall in Communist China

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Why are illegal alien families separated by border officials?

Liberals are once again stirring up outrage against the Trump administration over how illegal aliens are treated. The sad part is when the liberals start tossing adjectives around such as "heartless" and "without compassion" toward conservatives obeying the law, some conservatives (fake or otherwise) are so quick to cave to the liberals' arguments. They are… Continue reading Why are illegal alien families separated by border officials?

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700 Club Interactive news for March 12, 2018

Terry Meeuwsen and Gordon Robertson discuss news on a young couple who adopted 10 kids so they wouldn't be separated, Washington state monetizing surrogate motherhood, a new teen trend of vaping e-cigs in school without being noticed by adults, a young man who gets a miracle when people prayed for him after he collapsed and… Continue reading 700 Club Interactive news for March 12, 2018

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Does what we view affect how we behave?

That's the question President Trump has stirred up today with his meeting on video games and whether or not they play a part in mass shootings, like the one in Parkland, Florida. Apparently, among all of the other troubles shooter Nikolas Cruz had such as family problems, mental problems, and psychotropic prescription meds, he also… Continue reading Does what we view affect how we behave?

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Ohio court rules teen transgender desire trumps parental rights

An Ohio judge stripped parents of the custody of their teen daughter for refusing to allow their daughter to get hormone treatments to pass herself off as a boy. When the case initially started a year ago, Ohio's family services agency sought custody of the girl after she complained to authorities about her parents. All… Continue reading Ohio court rules teen transgender desire trumps parental rights

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Answers in Genesis News from 1/22/18

Dr. Georgia Purdom, Avery Foley, and Ken Ham's son-in-law Bodie Hodge continue to show how to defend the Christian faith by tackling such topics as a columnist who attacked reality TV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines for having a fifth child, a new bird discovery that scientists mistakenly call a dinosaur, a new discovery in… Continue reading Answers in Genesis News from 1/22/18

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Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

A four-year Canadian study in Montreal that examined 4,000 teens in 31 high schools in Montreal and its suburbs found that when teens went from occasional marijuana use to weekly or daily use, their psychotic episodes became "more exaggerated and more frequent..." The study was done in light of Canada's plans to legalize recreational use… Continue reading Canadian study: Increased marijuana use in teens increases psychotic episodes

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Judge says religion not valid for female genital mutilation, jails doctor & his wife

On May 3 a U.S. federal judge denied bail at a hearing for a doctor and his wife arrested April 21 for participating in female genital mutilation (FGM). Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, 53, and his wife, Farida Attar, 50, of Livonia, Michigan, were found out during a federal investigation into Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, who was arrested… Continue reading Judge says religion not valid for female genital mutilation, jails doctor & his wife

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God’s pro-life passages

Dr. Willie Parker, a staunch abortionist, recently released a book entitled "Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice" where he boasts about murdering the unborn as he claims to be a Christian doing the work of God. He has expressed the opinion that it's wrong to call a fetus a baby, that continuing with an… Continue reading God’s pro-life passages

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Michigan Muslim doctor tells court female genital mutilation was religious practice

A female doctor practicing in Livonia, Michigan, who was arrested last week for perpetrating the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) on young girls, told the federal court today through her lawyer that FGM was part of the religious and cultural practice of an association of Indian Muslim doctors she belongs to. Federal prosecutors responded… Continue reading Michigan Muslim doctor tells court female genital mutilation was religious practice