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Faith & Values in the News

Former president of APA says organization controlled by ‘gay rights’ movement

Further support for a new organization to bypass the APA’s liberalism. I suspect a similar problem infects the NEA. The politicization of America continues.

Iconic science fiction writer Ray Bradbury dies at 91

We have lost a great author and a dreamer of dreams. He and his stories meant a lot to me; this is like losing piece of one’s soul. He was not just another science fiction writer; he was a great short story author and an insightful authority on the human condition. Rest in peace.

Head injury turns man into musical savant

Okay, I never thought I would say this but, somebody, hit me in the head!

Same-sex ceremony on Army post draws fire

Here it comes. There is trouble ahead.

Greatest Church Soon To Be Mega Mosque?

Instead of apologies for stealing Christianity’s greatest church, there are just threats. Can there really be dialogue and cooperation with growing militant Islam?

Tunisian Muslims sever the head of convert to Christianity

“Dear God, we ask you to remember your servant who refused to deny you, even at the cost of his life. Rest in peace.” This happens at a time when the State Department has expunged the section on religious liberty in its world status report. What does it mean? We are next, take courage and keep the faith.

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