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The Paramount Freedom of Conscience
By Rev. Thorin Anderson   |   05.29.15
An important lesson I learned early in my theological training was that I ought never violate my own conscience and...
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Reparative Therapy: How Does it Work, What Does it Achieve?
Thirty one years ago I chose a new path. I’d been apprehended by God, who I now fondly call the Great Interrupter, and a clear reading of the scriptures told me I’d been wrong for years – wrong when I had lived as an openly gay man, wrong when I identified myself as a gay Christian, and wrong when I promoted the idea that homosexuality and Christianity were compatible.
The Demise of Newspapers?
By Micah Clark   |   05.28.15
A new poll has found that newspapers continue to decline losing revenue, readers, and value. Over the past decade, weekday...
Scientists Oppose “Conversion” Therapy Bans for Gender-Confused Minors!
By Laurie Higgins   |   05.28.15
In a stunning, counter-cultural op-ed appearing in the LA Times and Chicago Tribune, Dr. Eric Vilain, professor of pediatrics and human...
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The Long, Legal Road to Marital Anarchy
By Robert Knight   |   05.27.15
As the calendar slips toward the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer, there’s a storm cloud hanging over America that...
‘Be Prepared’: ‘Gay’ Men with Boy Scouts in Tents
By Matt Barber   |   05.27.15
I said it was coming. Many of us did. Two years ago this week the Boy Scouts of America voted...
Professor Retracts Same-Sex “Marriage” Study Over Fake Data
By Michael F. Haverluck   |   05.26.15
The co-author of a study that claimed opponents of same-sex “marriage” can be quickly persuaded to change sides on the issue has retracted the findings after learning that the data used to make the assertion was fake.
Not Your Typical Neighborhood “Museum”
By Charlie Butts   |   05.26.15
People living in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood are in for a shock, says an Illinois-based family advocate.
Chronic Gambling and Depression Often Occur Together, Researchers Find
The researchers found that nearly three quarters of young men who reported significant gambling problems were also suffering from depression.
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