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From RT

"A Muslim businessman in the UK has launched a dating website offering the opportunity to find a second wife. Despite bigamy being illegal in Britain, the service has already attracted a significant amount of attention."

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From AP/Fox News

"Under the new policy, transgender individuals will be allowed to enlist in the military, and those already serving can no longer be forced to leave based on their gender identity."

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From Facts & Trends

"Americans who don’t go to church are happy to talk about religion and often think about the meaning of life.

"They’re open to taking part in community service events hosted at a church or going to a church concert.

"But only about a third say they’d go to a worship service, if invited by a friend. Few think about what happens after they die."

Read more: Bob Smietana, Facts & Trends
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From Commentary

"When the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt about regulations imposed on abortion clinics in Texas, I noticed that there was one key element missing from almost every story about the case: the case of Dr. Kermit Gosnell."

Read more: Jonathan S. Tobin, Commentary
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From Christianity Today

"Christians in Russia won’t be allowed to email their friends an invitation to church or to evangelize in their own homes if Russia’s newest set of surveillance and anti-terrorism laws are enacted."

Read more: Kate Shellnutt, Gleanings, Christianity Today
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From Care Net

"Hush is filmed from the perspective of a pro-choice feminist, Punam Gill, and thus enters the sphere of multiple other documentaries formed from a similar vantage point, like The Abortion Diaries, and the soon to be released Trapped. However, the shared ideological perspective that connects these films is where the similarities between Gill’s documentary and the others end."

Read more: Daniel Christiansen, Care Net
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From National Review Online

'. . . We can never tolerate the injustice of laws that withdraw all recognition of the humanity of the unborn child from conception to birth. These are our brothers and sisters. I have always viewed the 'life issue' not as a single issue, but as a transcendent issue. Putting aside partisan politics, it should be clear that our society -- in social relations, political discourse, and just plain daily life -- is submerged in a simmering atmosphere of violence. The idea that we can unleash just a bit of violence, or use it against a limited class of people, and not have blood spill over everywhere is fantastical. I pray that I am wrong, but we are being pulled back and forth by volcanic forces. Awash in 'rights,' we are cruel to the innocent and the weak. There is no higher duty than to care for 'little ones.' It cannot end well when we consign that duty to the dustbin of history."

Read more: Chuck Donovan, interviewed by Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review Online
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From AP/Minneapolis StarTribune

"Calling the court's action an 'ominous sign,' Alito wrote a stinging 15-page dissent for the three dissenting justices. 'If this is a sign of how religious liberty claims will be treated in the years ahead, those who value religious freedom have cause for great concern,' he wrote."

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From The Catholic Thing

"God creates; man is created. God brings into being; man receives his being. Gender ideology proposes something else: that we are our own creators."

Read more: Fr. Paul Scalia, The Catholic Thing
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From AFP/Yahoo! News

"Is it possible to regret becoming a mother? The question first posed by an Israeli researcher has stirred a debate in Germany like in no other country, shattering a long-held taboo."

Read more: Coralie Febvre, AFP/Yahoo! News
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From Christianity Today

'My hope is that Christians will answer Paul’s call to unity across lines of division. Here are some initial steps to take . . ."

Read more: Christena Cleveland, Christianity Today
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From Christ & Pop Culture

"For Nicolaou, the benefit religion provides is a sense of community, mutual support, and 'helping us understand our role in the cosmos.' As these ideas suggest, despite being unaffiliated, Nicolaou came to her quest with preconceptions about religion. Those preconceptions shaped her quest and limited what she would find as she meandered through four major religions and hundreds of congregations over a period of several years."

Read more: Andrew J. Spencer, Christ & Pop Culture
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