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Are Catholics Christians?

  • January 10, 2020

Are Catholics Christians? By Jack Kinsella One of our members posted the intriguing question, “Are Catholics Christians?” in our member’s discussion forums. It is a hugely difficult topic to address – even the very question is difficult. I was reading through the various responses and I was gratified that so…

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The Unspoken Prayer Request

  • January 10, 2020

The Unspoken Prayer Request By Hannah Harrison A year ago, I began to understand the true meaning of anxiety and panic attacks. As a senior in college, I wanted nothing more to finish my degree with honors, land a job I loved, and marry the man of my dreams. However,…

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Assassination

  • January 10, 2020

Assassination By Matt Ward Late on Thursday night, the United States military launched four missiles, via drone, that have sent shock waves crashing through Iran, the Middle East and the world. In the strike, authorized directly by President Donald Trump, legendary Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani, head of Iran’s elite…

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Parental Notification of Abortion on the Chopping Block?

  • January 10, 2020

Parental Notification of Abortion on the Chopping Block? By Kathy Valente According to a recent article in Forbes magazine, Illinois has the disconcerting distinction of being the top state for out-migration. That is, Illinoisans are leaving the state in record numbers. This is not a new trend. For 6 years…

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Nonprofit Helps Abortion Workers Leave Industry

  • January 10, 2020

Nonprofit Helps Abortion Workers Leave Industry By Dr. Jerry Newcombe “And Then There Were None” In 2008, Abby Johnson, the manager of the Bryan, Texas (100 miles from Houston) Planned Parenthood, became that organization’s Employee of the Year. By 2009, she quit for conscience’ sake. Why? That year, for the…

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Waiting and Watching

  • January 10, 2020

Waiting and Watching By Jonathan C. Brentner Waiting is difficult! Whether we’re waiting for cold symptoms to subside, a job offer, or a storm in our life to end, it’s never fun waiting (to say the least). It’s also not easy waiting for Jesus to take us home to heaven…

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France, The “Budding Islamic Republic”

  • January 10, 2020

France, The "Budding Islamic Republic" By Giulio Meotti Originally Published by the Gatestone Institute. "Five years after the killings at Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher, France has learned to live with the Islamist threat," wrote Yves Thréard, deputy editor at the daily newspaper Le Figaro. "Not a month goes by...…

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2020: The Year in Review

  • January 10, 2020

2020: The Year in Review By Pete Garcia Just in time for that time of year again. If you’ve read any of my previous years in review, you’ll know (as I do) that I’m hit or miss on a lot of things. So take this with a grain of salt.…

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