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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Star Breaks Silence on Criticism of Show’s Diverse Cast

There’s been a rather ugly strain of criticism of Star Trek: Discovery online and it goes like this: The upcoming CBS All Access show’s cast is too diverse for some of the franchise’s longtime fans. The term “white genocide” has been bandied about. Original series star George Takei has even

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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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Ice Cube Honored with Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame; Family Joins him for Ceremony as he Honors his Wife and Thanks Fans Who ‘Have Been There from Day One’

Monday was a good day for Ice Cube. (more…)

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4 Simple Ways Christians Can Be an ‘Attractively Distinct’ Witness at Work

In Every Good Endeavor, Tim Keller says Christians should be different than nonbelievers at work. This is often easier said than done, of course. But cultivating such “attractively distinct” lives is essential to our public witness. (more…)

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San Antonio Mayor Criticized For Saying Generational Poverty Is Caused By Broken Relationships With God

Unabashed Christian Mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Ivy Taylor, who is the current front runner in her race for reelection next month, has come under fire for blaming poverty on humankind's broken relationship to their Creator. (more…)

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First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress Rebukes Former President Jimmy Carter In Sunday Sermon; Says Gandhi Is Going To Hell and Carter May Be Leading People to Hell

Megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has argued that Indian spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi is going to hell for not being a Christian, and suggested that former President Jimmy Carter may be leading others to hell for suggesting otherwise. (more…)

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Pope Francis Tells Egypt He is Coming as a Friend and ‘Messenger of Peace’

Pope Francis has told the Egyptian people he is coming to Cairo this week as a friend and a "messenger of peace." (more…)

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Hillsong Worship’s ‘Chief Concern’ is Devotion and Obedience to God Rather Than Praise From Celebrities

Hillsong Worship's "What a Beautiful Name" song is at the peak of its success and although the band has had a great impact on both the church community and young Hollywood they say their main objective is to walk in obedience and devotion to God. (more…)

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Muslim Teen Writes #BlackLivesMatter 100 Times on Stanford Application and Gets Accepted

Ziad Ahmed was filling out his application for Stanford University when he came across a question which he was told to answer in 100 words or less: “What matters to you, and why?” (more…)

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God’s Feminist Ideals of Justice and the Full Humanity of Women

Gloria Steinem famously said a feminist is “anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and men.” Is God then a feminist by her definition? If feminism in its purest sense is the quest for justice and equal rights for women, then, yes, God was the first feminist.

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WATCH: Kenyan Bus Ambush In Which Muslims Shielded Christians from Militants Is Now a Movie

A bus attack in northern Kenya during which Muslims shielded Christians from al-Shabab militants is the subject of a fictional film adaptation that focuses on religious integration and coexistence. (more…)

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LISTEN: Through the Eyes of Women: Insights for Pastoral Care (Ordained Chaplains, Episode #1 with Daniel Whyte III at Gospel Light Society University)

Our Ordained Chaplains scripture verse for today is Galatians 6:2 which reads, “Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” Our Ordained Chaplains quote for today is from Justin Jepsen. He said, “The greatest lesson for enduring happiness is to serve others.” In this podcast, we will continue

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