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Proud Lesbian MSNBC Host Prompts Death Threats Against Preacher

This is WND printer-friendly version of the article which follows. To vew this item online, visit http://www.wnd.com/2012/05/preacher-maddows-slams-prompted-death-threats/ WND EXCLUSIVE PREACHER: MADDOW’S SLAMS PROMPTED DEATH THREATS 1 warning: ‘I think I may just have to blow up your ministry’ Published: 24 hours ago by BOB UNRUH Email | Archive Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after spending nearly three decades writing on a wide range…

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Legal Issues – Marriage License v Marriage Covenant

From: rmooney525@aol.com [mailto:rmooney525@aol.com] Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2012 3:39 PM To: drgregdixon@earthlink.net Subject: Fwd: rea lI.D. —–Original Message—– From: rmooney525 <rmooney525@aol.com> To: admin <admin@the-trumpet-online.com> Sent: Thu, Apr 19, 2012 2:56 pm Subject: rea lI.D. Dr. Dixon, as you can imagine., the real I. D. act now adopted by all fifty states by federal mandate. has caused some problems for those…

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Christians Who Signed Petitions Investigated

Author: Bob Unruh | WND.com A prosecutor has decided to pursue and possibly charge members of El Paso area churches who promoted petitions opposing the city administration’s decision to implement benefits for same-sex partners even after voters decided not to allow that. The result is an emergency appeal to the state Supreme Court by attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund, which…

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NYC Churches Get Reprieve In Forced Eviction From Schools

Author: Dave Bohon | New American Attorneys for churches meeting in New York City public school buildings have won a court order barring the city from evicting the congregations for at least 10 days. The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), a conservative legal advocacy group representing the churches in Bronx Household of Faith v. Board of Education of the City of…

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Georgia Supreme Court Strikes Assisted Suicide Law

WASHINGTON,Feb. 6, 2012/Christian Newswire/ — Citing a violation of First Amendment Rights, the Georgia State Supreme Court today struck the state’s 1994 law which classified as a felony anyone who “publicly advertises, offers or holds himself out as offering that he or she will intentionally and actively assist another person in the commission of suicide and commits any overt act…

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Prop. 8 Ban On Same-Sex Marriage Unconstitutional

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that Proposition 8, California’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional because it violates the 14th Amendment guarantee of equal protection under the law. But backers of the controversial, voter-approved law quickly signaled that they planned to appeal to the U.S. Supreme…

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Wis. Student ‘Censored, Punished’ by School for Gay Adoption Beliefs

Author: Ravelle Mohammed | Christian Post A 15-year-old Wisconsin student has been “censored and punished” for expressing his Christian beliefs – supporting the biblical family view – in a school newspaper op-ed article about homosexuality and same-sex parent adoption. Brandon Wegner, a contributor for Shawano High student paper “The Hawk’s Post,” wrote the editorial column in support of children being…

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Jailed Creationist Appeals

‘Dr. Dino’ insists: ‘I have always paid every tax I owe’ Author: WND.com After five years in a federal penitentiary, the mission of the popular Florida-based creation-science lecturer and theme-park creator known as Dr. Dino remains the same: Win people to faith in Jesus Christ and get out of prison. In an email from a minimum security satellite of the…

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Life Sentence For Spanking?

Author: Home School Legal Defense Association If Senate Bill 2180 passes the Mississippi Legislature, a parent would be in jeopardy of receiving a life sentence in prison for spanking a child. Sponsored by Senator Brice Wiggins (District 52-Jackson), this legislation would make it a felony to “whip, strike or otherwise abuse any child,” thereby causing “bodily harm” to the child….

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Religious Employers Must Cover Pill, Feds Say

Author: Ricardo Alonso-Saldivar | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Many church-affiliated institutions will have to cover free birth control for employees, the Obama administration announced Friday in an election-year move that outraged religious groups, fueling a national debate about the reach of government.  In a concession, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said nonprofit institutions such as church-affiliated hospitals, colleges and…

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