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For Christians, Dying From COVID (Or Anything Else) Is A Good Thing

It is time for Christians individually and corporately to repent for the way we and our institutions responded to the COVID-19 outbreak.

‘God’s Not Dead’ series seeks new life with timely tale of homeschoolers standing up to government

The latest installment in the Christian film series revives the feisty spirit of the original, which grossed a stunning $60 million.

Christian Artist’s Religious Freedom Case Brought To Supreme Court

In July, Christian web designer Lorie Smith and her web design company 303 Creative was forced by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the...

Scholars Blast Report Claiming LGBT Laws Don’t Threaten Christians

Some Christian academics have condemned a study in an American Psychological Association publication because its findings about legislation that was meant to protect the LGBT community from discrimination didn't mirror reality.

White House Admits: Joe Biden Didn’t Visit Tree of Life Synagogue After Massacre Like He’d Claimed

Eleven people died and several more were injured during the Pittsburgh Tree of Life synagogue shooting, carried out by a white supremacist, Robert Bowers, in 2018. The tragedy has often been portrayed as one of the worst anti-Semitic crimes in the history of America.

Infrastructure ‘paid for’ with borrowed money

Congress 'relying on gimmicks and quirks of the budget scoring process'

Murder Rate Nearly 3 Times Higher than COVID Deaths in Washington, DC

Homicides in Washington, D.C., surpassed coronavirus deaths in the city "by a nearly 3-to-1 ratio in July as the nation's capital continues to grapple with an uptick in murders," reports Fox News.

Judges Rule Christian Web Designer’s Beliefs Do Not Supersede Colorado Law as She Refuses to Promote Gay Marriage

When Colorado baker Jack Phillips was asked to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, he likely had no idea his polite refusal would snowball into one of the biggest First Amendment cases of the modern era.

VIDEO: DC Mayor Bowser officiates large wedding after new indoor mask mandate

Videos and photos circulating on social media show a maskless D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser officiating a large wedding in the District on Saturday despite a newly reinstated indoor mask mandate in the nation's capital.

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