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Gruesome: Videos describe late-term abortions

PHOENIX (BP) — Two new undercover videos by the pro-life group Live Action reveal details of late-terms abortions that rarely are discussed publicly — such as the tearing apart of an unborn baby at 23 weeks limb by limb to avoid a live birth or the killing of a baby at 26 weeks with a needle injection to stop its beating heart. The gruesome details of the death of babies still in the womb are part of Live Action’s...

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Conventional Thinking: Planned barrenhood

As Kermit Gosnell of Philadelphia stands trial for heinous, violent acts against pre-born and post-born children that were reportedly committed at his abortion clinic, the abortion debate is renewed in America. Taking center stage this time in the debate are not those who have had an abortion, but rather those who provide them. As of 2013, the nation’s largest abortion provider remains the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. In...

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Same-Sex Marriage as a Civil Right — Are Wrongs Rights?

>> by Albert Mohler, President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary We should have seen it coming. Back in 1989 two young activists pushing for the normalization of homosexuality coauthored a book intended to serve as a political strategy manual and public relations guide for their movement. In After the Ball: How America Will Conquer its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90s, authors Marshall Kirk and Hunter Madsen argued...

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Newcastle teacher ‘takes class’ to Africa

>> by Megan Denney, freelance writer NEWCASTLE – There are more than 9,000 miles separating Newcastle, Okla., from Kodoma, Zimbabwe, but one Newcastle teacher hopes to decrease that distance for her students. Fourth grade technology teacher Rachel Watson, a member of Newcastle, First, wanted to teach her students how to type a letter using the keyboarding skills and writing traits that they have learned this year. What made this...

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‘So God made a farmer’ Super Bowl ad inspires

>> by Erin Roach, Assistant Editor Baptist Press NEW ORLEANS (BP) — The late Paul Harvey’s tribute “So God Made a Farmer” was given new life during Super Bowl XLVII Feb. 3, propelling a simple and somber Dodge Ram ad to the top of the popularity chart, past scantily-clad women and the usual commercial hype. The iconic radio broadcaster delivered his ode in 1978 at a Future Farmers of America convention, adding to the...

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Church puts faith in action, fulfills father’s dying wish on home repairs
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Church puts faith in action, fulfills father’s dying wish on home repairs

>>by John Evans Freelance Writer A poor father in Oklahoma City has a simple dream: fix up his family’s dilapidated house. A commercial contractor, he labors by himself even through a diagnosis of cancer. “Well he got the inside done, but by the time he got done with that, his cancer had advanced so much that he couldn’t complete it,” said Brad Davis, senior pastor of Oklahoma City, Eagle Heights. Cancer would claim the father’s...

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