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Religious Exemptions for Child Neglect Remain in 34 States

Religious Exemptions for Child Neglect Remain in 34 States

Religious groups who rely on prayer rather than medical treatments for the care of their children continue to have exemptions in 34 states, but Tennessee became the latest state to remove the religious exemption clause for parents. While some states have different language and clauses, the remaining 16 states will prosecute parents for neglect if 

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Doubter's club

Doubter’s Club Hosts Conversations with Christians and Atheists

Pastor Preston Ulmerson, 29, has launched a group called “Doubters Club” alongside atheist Trax Henderson. The two have started the group in Colorado in order to help Christians and atheists have conversations about current topics. The group started with 10 members and has grown to 60, with two locations. Click here to get the full 

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Tony Evans

Tony Evans: Black Lives Matter Is a Subset of All Lives Matter

The Rev. Tony Evans, the first black graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, commented that all humans are created in God’s image, so it’s essential to address the issues, institutions, and injustices that impact others, such as the unborn and black people who are killed by police in higher percentages. Evans noted that everyone created in 

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Ark Attraction Is a Blessing and a Curse for Kentucky Town

Ark Attraction Is a Blessing and a Curse for Kentucky Town

Williamstown, Kentucky has seen both the blessings and curses of the Ark Encounter attraction that is opening this summer through Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis ministry. Ham promises jobs and revenue for the struggling region in northern Kentucky, and so far Williamstown has seen a boost in downtown business. However, the tax breaks and moral 

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Christians and Atheists Have More in Common Than Believed

Christians and Atheists Have More in Common Than Believed

When Christians and atheists were questioned about each other, both sides fell into negative stereotypes to describe each other. However, when both were questioned about their values, they responded with answers that were more or less the same, showing similar beliefs about compassion for those who are suffering and ensuring justice and fairness for all. 

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