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Abraham’s Sacrifice Of Fatherhood

The Old Testament’s story of Abraham’s near sacrifice of Isaac (Gen. 22: 1-18) is in many ways unintelligible to modern man. How could God command a father to kill his son? How could God even desire human sacrifice? And how could we believe in such a God? Read against...
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Bring Back the Ten Commandments!

  In the upstate New York community of Kingston, a synagogue that had fallen into disuse several years ago was sold and converted into a deluxe residence, housing apartments with splendid gardens and scenic views of the Hudson River. Most of the exterior and interior...
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One Year Later: Planned Parenthood’s Sale of Fetal Tissue Still Goes On

This is a grisly anniversary–but we have some links for you today to help you cope, stay informed, and take action! Don’t give up hope–and spread the word! Remember Dr. Nucatola sipping wine and eating salad while discussing selling human body parts? One Year...
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Don’t Miss The Innocents

 The Innocents, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, is a French-Polish-Belgian co-production based on the real accounts of a young French doctor working for the Red Cross in post-World War II Poland. The year is 1945. Dr. Mathilde Beaulieu, who has been sent...
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