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This week’s news (29 june – 4 july, 2015)

Interesting article about believers that don’t know the Bible, because they didn’t read it! So what’s the true Bible’s meaning? How christians and other believers can oppose the current world trend without condemning anyone? “Bible believers are beside themselves about the prospect that marriage norms and laws are changing, but let me…

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This week’s news (June 22-27, 2015)

The attack came during a Bible study one week ago. This evening, the faithful are gathering once again at Emanuel AME Church. “We’re still saddened by the loss, we still cry, we still grieve, we still have broken hearts, but we serve a God who is able to carry us through,” said. Rev.…

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This week’s news (June 15-20, 2015)

In his much-awaited encyclical on the environment, Pope Francis said that global warming could cause “unprecedented” environmental destruction. Here are five things to know about the document. (read more here) Israel’s antiquities authority says archaeologists have discovered a rare 3,000-year-old inscription of a name mentioned in the Bible. The name “Eshbaal Ben…

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This week’s news (May 25-30, 2015)

A US Marine was convicted at a court-martial last year after she refused to remove a Bible verse from her computer work station, but now Liberty Institute, a religious liberty law firm, is appealing the decision. (read more here) The former First Lady and Secretary of State then recited 1 Corinthians…

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This week’s news (May 18-23, 2015)

Somerset Academy issued a formal written apology to 12-year-old Mackenzie Fraiser late Friday for denying her the right to use a Bible verse in a class assignment.School officials have now agreed to allow the sixth-grader to resubmit her original project, this time with her favorite Bible verse — John 3:16…

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