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November 30, 2017

Catholic Archdiocese Sues DC Metro, Says Christmas Ad Rejection ‘Hostile to Religion’

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington D.C. has filed a lawsuit against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority for the latter's guidelines which reject religious advertising, after its "Find the Perfect Gift" ads were turned down. "The rejected ad conveys a simple... Continue Reading →

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Magnitude 4.1 Earthquake Hits Delaware, is Felt in D.C. and NYC

A magnitude 4.1 earthquake hit Delaware on Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. USGS says the quake struck at 4:45 p.m. ET and was centered about 6 miles east-northeast of Dover, Delaware. People from Baltimore, Boston, New York City, New... Continue Reading →

Rick Pitino Sues University of Louisville for Nearly $40 Million

Rick Pitino has sued the University of Louisville Athletic Association for $38.7 million, saying it breached his contract by placing him on unpaid administrative leave without notice and firing him last month with no legally justified "cause." The ULAA fired... Continue Reading →

The Sexual Harassment Reckoning: Guidelines for Moving Forward

by the USA Today Editorial Board Tolerance of sexual misconduct by powerful men in America has shifted with stunning swiftness, a change as healthy as it is long past due. The dizzying reversal leaves Americans wondering who might be next to fall — and why... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Jackie Hill-Perry Shares the Absolute Best Way to Resist Temptation to Sin

So many Christians focus on resisting temptation and refusing to do the wrong thing. But Jackie Hill-Perry says focusing on the right thing—in this case, making God more desirable than sin—is the best way to actually avoid sin. In this... Continue Reading →

Are Heightened Tensions With North Korea Part of the Biblical End Times?

It's no secret that the United States' ongoing tensions with North Korea are intensifying, with the spat between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump taking some startling rhetorical twists and turns over the past 11 months. And on Tuesday, North... Continue Reading →

Kathie Lee Gifford Says ‘Only God’ and the Gospel Can Heal Pain Caused by Matt Lauer’s Sexual Misconduct

Kathie Lee Gifford took her audience to church after her colleague Matt Lauer was fired from NBC due to sexual misconduct allegations. "I don't feel that Matt has betrayed us in any way at all, but when I found out... Continue Reading →

Centennial Institute Declares Sunday, December 3rd, as ‘Day of Prayer’ for Colorado Baker Jack Phillips

Centennial Institute today announced its Day of Prayer for Colorado baker Jack Phillips on Sunday, Dec. 3. Jack Phillips is a baker from Lakewood, Colorado, whose case will be argued before the Supreme Court on Dec. 5 on behalf of religious freedom... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Insights We Can Learn From the Engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

by Jim Denison Rachel Meghan Markle was born in 1981 to a Caucasian father and African-American mother. She grew up in Los Angeles before graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in theater and international studies. In 2002, she appeared... Continue Reading →

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