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Monday, January 22, 2018

Bolivia's President Revokes Evangelism Restrictions

How Poetry Might Change the Pro-Life Debate
The moral imagination of literature speaks volumes.
Karen Swallow Prior
January 22 marks the 45th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion. What has changed in those 45 years? Well, not a lot. After peaking in 1980, the abortion rate has been on a slow, steady decline (although it's heartbreaking that in 2014, 1 in 5 pregnancies ended in abortion). While the reasons for the overall decline are debated, one thing hasn't changed much: public opinion on the issue. continue reading >>

The Year Science Took Over the Pro-Life Movement
Even the technology touted at 2018's March for Life can divide the cause when it comes to abortion policy.
Bolivia's President Revokes Evangelism Restrictions
Evo Morales announces on TV and Twitter that controversial changes to criminal code will be scrapped.
Why I Won't Be The Lead Pastor At Cornerstone Any More — But I'm Not Leaving
Pastoral transition is one of the most dangerous times in a congregation's life. We need to get better at it.
The Exchange
Overreach Is the Part of Obama's Legacy That Trump Should Undo. And He Is.
HHS Announces New Conscience and Religious Freedom Division

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