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When You Need Christ’s Love, Leave It to The Samaritans

By Paige Hardy | May 22, 2019

I was raped my freshman year at Baylor University. With my life turned upside down, the efforts of the religious community were fruitless. Instead, the Good Samaritans in my life, many of them gay or bisexual, modeled Christ’s love.

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King: Commercializing or Communicating?

By Cliff Vaughn | April 3, 2001

Martin Luther King Jr. is center stage again, this time in a commercial for a communications network company. Alcatel Americas paid the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change an undisclosed sum for the rights to use King’s “I Have a Dream” speech in a TV and print advertising campaign. In the TV […]

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Christian Coalition Seeks President’s Veto on Campaign Finance Reform

By Alex Smirnov | April 3, 2001

The Christian Coalition of America is sending a petition to President George W. Bush urging him to veto the campaign finance reform bill, which has the potential to silence non-profit organizations in future election campaigns. The bill, which passed the Senate by a 59-to-41 vote Monday, is expected to face stiff opposition in the House, […]

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Parents Find Guiding Source for Rearing Children

By Bill Wilson | April 3, 2001

In the past, whenever people have asked me for a helpful resource that might give them some guidance as parents, I have suggested a wide variety of books, videos, conferences, web sites, etc. These are not easy days to parent children. As a pastor, one concern I hear mentioned repeatedly is anxiety about child-rearing. In […]

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Columnist Calls Cloning Debate a “Huckster’s Parade”

By Alex Smirnov | April 3, 2001

“Scary and hilarious” were the words Glenn McGee, MSNBC columnist, used to describe last week’s cloning debate before a congressional subcommittee. McGee’s column, titled “The Huckster Parade,” poked fun at Brigitte Boisselier and Panos Zavos, two cloning proponents interviewed by the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation. There is not a good argument for cloning […]

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Cloning Debate Multiplies

By Jodi Mathews | March 29, 2001

From Catholic bishops to a UFO-related organization to dedicated scientists and concerned ethicists, the debate on cloning has many players. As a congressional subcommittee heard testimony this week on whether America is ready to enter the controversial world of human cloning, various proponents and opponents of the widely criticized scientific procedure have elbowed their way […]

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