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* 6 Side Gigs for Church Planters -- "Back in the day, we called this kind of ministry bi-vocational or tent making. And way back in the day, this was the only kind of ministry there was."
* Constitution Check: Will the Supreme Court reinforce majority rule in Congress? -- "The most recent court ruling on such a challenge, however, has led a new group of challengers to try again, and they are now attempting to persuade the Supreme Court to finally rule on the complaint."
* Is Believing In God Evolutionarily Advantageous? -- "Why is it, Bering wondered, that even a determined skeptic could not stop himself from perceiving the supernatural? It really bothered him."
* Ken Ham’s Creationist Theme Park Is in Trouble for Religious Discrimination -- “Nestled among the requirements for all job applicants were three troubling obligatory documents: 'Salvation testimony,' 'Creation belief statement,' and a 'Confirmation of your agreement with the AiG statement of faith.'”
** Ark park tax incentives in limbo over hiring
** Creationists’ Noah’s Ark Theme Park Has Kentucky Alleging Religious Discrimination
* Man ordered to pay child support for child that isn't his -- "Carnell Alexander's ex-girlfriend named him as the father of her child in the early 1990s when a social worker told her she had to provide a name to receive income assistance."
* Pope Francis: ‘Evolution … is not inconsistent with the notion of creation’ -- “When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so.”
* The Secret in Abraham Lincoln's Pocket Watch -- "President Lincoln never knew the hidden message he carried with him every day."
* U.S. Support for Euthanasia Hinges on How It's Described -- "Although religious convictions often play a large role in one's support or opposition, the way the act of euthanasia is worded affects Americans' views on it, underscoring the issue's sensitivity."