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Northern Ireland's 'gay wedding cake' case takes unexpected turn

Northern Ireland's 'gay wedding cake' case takes unexpected turn

UK same-sex activist champions freedom of conscience while court hearing delayed

Christian leaders worry about less frequent attendance in US

Christian leaders worry about less frequent attendance in US

Pew Research finds that church-goers maintain or improve dedication by most measures

New Year's Muslim sex attacks overshadow Carnival in Germany

New Year's Muslim sex attacks overshadow Carnival in Germany

Patrol force more than doubled to upwards of 2,000 officers

College protesters highlight holocaust of black babies

College protesters highlight holocaust of black babies

Purdue U's pro-choicers upset by pro-life demo in line with 'Black Lives Matter'

After atheists forced removal of 'religious' sign, town erupted

After atheists forced removal of 'religious' sign, town erupted

Kansas post office decision prompts residents to put up 1,500 signs and banners

Phoenix city council replaces opening prayer with moment of silence

Phoenix city council replaces opening prayer with moment of silence

Legally pressed to give Satanists access to prayer podium, politicos prefer zipped lips

Gatestone columnist reviews Sweden's epidemic of violence

Gatestone columnist reviews Sweden's epidemic of violence

The anti-Muslim attitude on social media is reportedly 'near-revolutionary'

Movie 'Young Messiah' set for release in March

Movie 'Young Messiah' set for release in March

Film attempts to describe Jesus' life at age seven when he and his family fled to Egypt

New Year's Muslim sex attacks overshadow Carnival in Germany

New Year's Muslim sex attacks overshadow Carnival in Germany

Patrol force more than doubled to upwards of 2,000 officers

Cannon fire followed by a rain of confetti heralded the start Thursday of Cologne's annual Carnival, when hundreds of thousands of revelers take to the streets and pubs of the ancient German city for five days of boisterous partying.

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College protesters highlight holocaust of black babies

College protesters highlight holocaust of black babies

Purdue U's pro-choicers upset by pro-life demo in line with 'Black Lives Matter'

In recognition of Black History Month, a group of pro-life students at Purdue University hung posters across campus to raise awareness about how black babies are targeted for abortions.

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New video reveals how Planned Parenthood hides its body part profits

New video reveals how Planned Parenthood hides its body part profits

Despite indictments CMP's Daleiden and Merrits keep exposing Planned Parenthood's crimes

The Center for Medical Progress has released a new video detailing how Planned Parenthood used bogus line-item entries to hide profits from the sale of aborted baby remains.

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Disney announces production of fourth movie based on the Narnia books

Disney announces production of fourth movie based on the Narnia books

Based on C.S. Lewis' 'The Silver Chair', it is almost guaranteed to be a box office hit

Fans of C.S. Lewis' "Chronicles of Narnia" world are going to get another movie with some big changes, film producer Mark Gordon says.

It already was known that the next film would be "Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair" and that Gordon would produce it, but the veteran filmmaker gave...

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Bioethics monitor hits Brit move to create genetically modified babies

Bioethics monitor hits Brit move to create genetically modified babies

Catholic institute sharply deplores government-sponsored tinkering with human DNA codes

A Catholic bioethics institute has accused the British government of moving toward the creation of genetically modified babies after scientists were given permission to alter the DNA of embryos in experimentation.

The Anscombe Bioethics Centre, an Oxford-based institute serving the Catholi...

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Northern Ireland's 'gay wedding cake' case takes unexpected turn

Northern Ireland's 'gay wedding cake' case takes unexpected turn

UK same-sex activist champions freedom of conscience while court hearing delayed

The Northern Ireland attorney general has intervened in the Ashers Bakery case, which saw a Christian family enterprise fined 500 pounds for refusing to bake a cake bearing the words "Support Gay Marriage" by questioning whether the law they broke is itself in violation of Northern Ireland's cons...

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Phoenix city council replaces opening prayer with moment of silence

Phoenix city council replaces opening prayer with moment of silence

Legally pressed to give Satanists access to prayer podium, politicos prefer zipped lips

After a long-winded debate, the Phoenix City Council has voted to replace its opening prayer at meetings with a moment of silence.

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Trump claims the people of Iowa have not yet spoken

Trump claims the people of Iowa have not yet spoken

The Donald accuses Cruz of fraud in Iowa and demands a ‘new election’

Donald Trump is now claiming Ted Cruz won the Iowa caucuses through fraud and “dishonesty” and is demanding a “new election” or for the results to be nullified.

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Franklin Graham arrives in Oregon to talk with activists

Franklin Graham arrives in Oregon to talk with activists

His arrives at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge standoff at the behest of protesters

Christian evangelist Franklin Graham joined talks to end the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. 

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Evangelical vote, far higher than polls foresaw, caused Cruz Iowa win

Evangelical vote, far higher than polls foresaw, caused Cruz Iowa win

Where key polls expected a decline, their turnout was overwhelming and defeated Trump

Evangelical voters were the major reason for Donald Trump's defeat in the Iowa Caucus, according to polling experts.

Monday evening saw U.S. Senator Ted Cruz gain first place in the Iowa Caucus, with Trump getting second, and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio nabbing third.

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Christian leaders worry about less frequent attendance in US

Christian leaders worry about less frequent attendance in US

Pew Research finds that church-goers maintain or improve dedication by most measures

While the number of Americans who profess faith is in steady decline, there is evidence suggesting a steady devotion among those who remain religiously affiliated, new research shows.

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After atheists forced removal of 'religious' sign, town erupted

After atheists forced removal of 'religious' sign, town erupted

Kansas post office decision prompts residents to put up 1,500 signs and banners

Residents in Pittsburg, Kansas have placed over 1,000 "God Bless America" signs throughout their town after a national atheist organization ordered the local post office to remove a banner with the same phrase.

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Survey: Christians are consistently the happiest of all faiths

Survey: Christians are consistently the happiest of all faiths

The UK research also reveals that non-religious people are the most unhappy

Statistics from Britain's national happiness index have suggested that Christians are among the happiest people in the nation, while those who don't identify with any particular religion generally scored the lowest life satisfaction numbers.

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Christian activists walk through Muslim neighborhood; tempers flare

Christian activists walk through Muslim neighborhood; tempers flare

Members of 'Britain First' traverse street with many Muslims, much to their displeasure

The deputy leader of far-Right group Britain First has led a 'Christian patrol' through the streets of Luton, insulting the Muslims who live there.

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Gatestone columnist reviews Sweden's epidemic of violence
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