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Climate Change Called Major Factor in Poverty’s Growth

By Vinoth Ramachandra | September 16, 2019

Some have suggested that a cause of climate change is the poor having large families. In reality, however, climate change is becoming a major factor in perpetuating poverty in nations as much as in families.

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Wrastlin’ Witness

By Jodi Mathews | August 21, 2001

Ever thought of typing www.christianwrestling.com into your Web browser? If you had, you would have found yourself at the Christian Wrestling Federation’s Web site. In the frenzy to offer “all things Christian” to believers, entertainers and retailers have birthed some unsuspecting vehicles for spreading the Gospel. One such surprise comes in the form of a […]

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Churches, Social Groups Call on Americans to Use Tax Rebate to Spread Relief

By Jodi Mathews | August 7, 2001

Church leaders, political activists and social reformers are calling on Americans to “give back” when the awaited tax rebate check lands in mailboxes across the United States. What would you do with an extra $300 to $600? This is the question many Americans are asking themselves. With his oldest daughter starting college in the fall, […]

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Responsible Investing Yields Spiritual, Financial Returns

By Alex Smirnov | August 7, 2001

More Americans are turning to socially responsible investing in the stock market, a concept that has been around for decades, according to recent studies. Between 1997 and 1999, portfolios screened for social responsibility grew from $1.2 trillion to $2.16 trillion, primarily in private stock accounts, according to the Social Investment Forum. “The previous doubt was […]

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Kids’ Well-being Improving in Some Areas

By Jared Porter | August 7, 2001

American children are healthier, more financially secure, more educated and more socially adept, according to a recent federal report. The 2001 “America’s Children” report found 86 percent of children are covered by health insurance nowadays–the highest amount since 1995, the New York Times reported. Both the Times and Associated Press noted a steady decline in […]

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Bible Belt Executes More Mentally Retarded Inmates; States Debate Such Judicial Morality

By Jared Porter | July 31, 2001

Bible-Belt states have been more likely to execute mentally retarded defendants than other states, according to data compiled by the publication Mental Retardation and the Death Penalty Information Center. Thirty-two of the 35 mentally retarded defendants given the death penalty between 1984 and 2000 were executed in southern states, statistics show. “The fact that so […]

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