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Why Sheryl Sandberg Becoming CEO of Uber Would Be the Worst Form of Leaning In

If anyone in this world deserves to be a CEO somewhere, it’s Facebook chief operating officer and Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg. (more…)

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Jon Ossoff’s Defeat in Georgia Proves Democrats Need to Stop Neglecting Religion

by Daniel K. Williams Jon Ossoff’s defeat in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District election on Tuesday wasn’t just a sign that Democrats may have a harder time winning in the Trump era than they had hoped. It is a symptom of a larger problem for the party — a generational and racial

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Dr. Michael Brown on the Slippery Slope of Homosexual Marriage Which Has Led to a Three Man ‘Marriage’ Getting Legalized In Colombia

In 2016, same-sex "marriage" was legalized in Colombia. One year later, the courts have now recognized a polyamorous "family" of three men. And there is no slippery slope. (more…)

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The Ugly Underbelly of Christian Opinion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5E0rNBnYeM There's a song by the popular band Needtobreathe, called "Cops" that is all about their frustration with Christians trying to peg them into a particular mold of "Christian artist," and they liken the feeling to that of being "chased by all these cops."  With the proliferation of social media and

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Dr. Bobby E. Mills on Why Good Men Should Take a Moral Stand

Every American should truly understand that we are in a monumental “spiritual and moral crisis,” whereby too many Americans are attempting to make wrong, right and make it work. This approach to harmonious living with God, others and nature is a spiritually disastrous formula for any civilized democratic society. Listening is

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“Wonder Woman” Depicts the Need for Christian Transhumanism

Superheroes have always served as metaphors for the nuances of human behavior. The starkest dichotomies of these distinctions represent our hopes and fears of what humanity could potentially become through enhanced good or evil. Ironically, such artistic expressions are presently positioned to look like humanity's self-fulfilling prophesies, a result of

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Obama’s Presidency Didn’t Lead to Black Progress – Here’s Why?

Since the 1960s, black leaders have placed a heavy emphasis on gaining political power, and Barack Obama’s presidency represented the apex of those efforts. The assumption — rarely challenged — is that black political clout must come before black social and economic advancement. But as JASON L. RILEY argues in

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Peggy Noonan: Rage is all the Rage – And It’s Dangerous

What we are living through in America is not only a division but a great estrangement. It is between those who support Donald Trump and those who despise him, between left and right, between the two parties, and even to some degree between the bases of those parties and their

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Friends and family view a bus outside the U.S. Detention and Deportation Center in Detroit on Sunday. A mass immigration and deportation sweep and arrest of dozens of Chaldeans in southeastern Michigan by U.S. immigration officials prompted the protest outside the detention center. (Gus Burns/The Ann Arbor News via AP)

President Trump Promised to Protect Persecuted Christians; Now, he’s Sending them Back to Iraq

by Jeremy Courtney Dozens of Iraqi Christians were rounded up by immigration authorities in Detroit this week, separated from their families and are about to be deported even though they have lived in the United States for decades. I have one question: Where is the outcry from my fellow Christians, especially those

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