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* Archaeologists discover ancient stamps that could support existence of the Bible's David and Solomon -- "Many historians have questioned the existence of the biblical kings Solomon and David..."
* Can gunmaker be held responsible for Newtown shooting? -- "The families of nine victims of the 2012 shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., are suing the manufacturer of the Bushman AR-15 for negligence and wrongful death."
* Florida Teen Recovering From Bear Attack -- "The attack happened near dusk Sunday in Eastpoint, Franklin County, on Florida’s panhandle."
* “Is the North really any better?”: Why the region’s race politics are so misunderstood -- "...racism in America is and always has been a nationwide affair."
* OPINION: Non-Violence and the Lost Message of Jesus -- "Today, in the 2lst century, as we the human family face increasing violence, we are challenged to admit that we are on the wrong path..."
* Reflections on Assurance -- "By 'Christian assurance', I refer to a Christian believer's confidence that he or she is already in a right standing with God..."
* The Conversation About Sexual Assault is Missing the Mark -- "From UVA to the White House, James Lorello says when it comes to sexual assault we’re not getting to the root of the issue."
* Two Things Pro-Choice Advocates Need to Hear -- "I thought the mantra of the day was, 'I believe in science.' Science is not your friend if you are a pro-choicer."
* Weighing up the evidence for the ‘Historical Jesus’ -- "Discussions over whether the figure known as the 'Historical Jesus' actually existed primarily reflect disagreements among atheists."
* When Racism Intersects With Absurdity -- "Understanding of and appreciation for the Constitution cannot be encased on the narrow parameters of one's feelings."
* Why 1940s America wasn’t as religious as you think — the rise and fall of American religion -- "It’s common for people to believe that religion was always more vibrant in the past."