- Arkansas Supreme Court Rejects Political Correctness, Upholds Biological Truth of Parentage -- "The honest “biological nexus of the biological mother and the biological father of the child … is to be truthfully recorded on the child’s birth certificate. [T]ruthful information is required in the application for an initial or amended birth certificate...”"
- California Pastor Arrested for Praying Outside Planned Parenthood -- "An Anglican pastor, Father James Linton, was simply offering prayer to women and men walking into the San Bernardino Planned Parenthood when he was arrested last month."
- Car damages America’s first Baptist church -- "A car descending a steep hill behind First Baptist Church in Providence, R.I., overshot a turn before crashing into the stairs and a railing leading to one of the entrances of the original building completed in 1775."
- Judge Napolitano: Election Fraud in Detroit Looks 'Organized, and Government Involved' -- "Jill Stein's recount efforts in Michigan have uncovered what looks like systemic election fraud in Detroit..."
- Macy’s stops funding Planned Parenthood -- "It is a miracle on 34th Street, perhaps." [While Snopes claims that there is no evidence that Macy's donated to or pulled funding from Planned Parenthood, 2ndVote, a "conservative watchdog [which] exposes the corporations and organizations funding liberal advocacy," has been convinced enough to remove Macy's from their list of supporters of Planned Parenthood. It will be interesting to hear what Macy's has to say.]
- Mysterious Stone Structure Discovered Beneath Sea of Galilee -- "Rising nearly 32 feet (10 meters) high, it has a diameter of about 230 feet (70 meters)."
- Predictably Unpredictable -- "The author reviews a year-end issue of Scientific American from 10 years ago...to see how accurate the magazine’s predictions turned out to be 10 years later."
- The Value of the Valley -- "Disappointment gives us the opportunity to know ourselves much better than success does."
- Three aspects of Prayer -- "I must admit that I really don't understand prayer. I pray because He tells me to and I know it works."
- Top NYT Editor Confesses: We Don’t Understand Religion At All -- "In an interview with WNYC’s “Fresh Air” The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet admits his newspaper knows nothing about religion or the role it plays in people’s lives."
- 1500-Year-Old Pastoral Wisdom from John Chrysostom -- "I enjoy reading the works of Christians who studied Scripture thoroughly yet lived in different time frames and contexts than I."
Friday, December 16, 2016
Arkansas Supreme Court, and other links
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