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Senate Overwhelmingly Rejects Obama's Veto of 9/11 Saudi Bill

The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly rejected on Wednesday President Barack Obama's veto of legislation allowing relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia's government.

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New York Times Brutally Subtweets Trump With Hitler Biography Review

In Michiko Kakutani’s recent review of a new Adolf Hitler biography, she doesn’t once mention Donald Trump, the Republican Party, or the current election. At least not in so many words. As many New York Times readers have noticed, Kakutani’s...Show More Summary

What I Am Thinking About While My Wife Re-Packs The Surgical Wound On My Back

For a number of years, I have had a cyst on my back. Neither my primary care doctor nor my dermatologist has been concerned about it. But two weeks ago this past Monday, it hurt very much when I leaned back against the hard back of my seat at the Richmond Flying Squirrels game. Show More Summary

Kentucky Student Says His Car Window Was Smashed In Because He Had a Poem About Atheism on the Seat

A woman named Brittani wrote a poem called "What God Needs" for her Creative Writing class at a college in Paducah, Kentucky. It's a piece that clearly has an atheist bent, referring to "A daughter with lymphoma" and "An ethics class, maybe three."Her boyfriend Aaron had a copy of it lying in his car where anyone could see it... Show More Summary

Can Mother Teresa's 'Cult Of Suffering' Teach Us Anything?

Who's right about Mother Teresa's approach to suffering? Should we imitate it, condemn it, or something in between? The relationship between the "saint of Kolkata" and suffering is complicated. On the surface, at least, she spent her life caring for the city's poorest and sickest--people who have endured unimaginable suffering. Show More Summary

Donald Trump’s path to victory runs through Catholic America

In politics, momentum is king.  Donald Trump has it; Hillary Clinton does not.  When Trump wins on November 8th, it will be with electoral votes from states which have not recently been in the Republican column:  Pennsylvania, Iowa, Wisconsin.  Plus he will win Colorado, Florida, Nevada and Ohio – historically competitive states carried twice by [...]

-Today on ANSWERS Prayer and Devotion:

Today on ANSWERS Prayer and Devotion we are praying for unity in the church and revival in America through: – Psalm 133 Top

How Should Christians Respond to Rising Crime?

The FBI announced new crime rates Monday, with troubling spikes in homicides across several major U.S. cities including Chicago, Houston and Washington, D.C.

-“See You At The Pole” 2016

Today is “See You At The Pole” Day 2016, when thousands of students gather around their flag poles at school to pray together for the nation, the schools, administrators, teachers, and fellow students. From the SYATP website: SEE YOU AT THE POLE 2016 Wednesday, September 28 WE CRY OUT A generation seeking Him! —Psalm 24:3–6 […]

Clinton and Trump: Dig Deeper on Race and Policing

Donald J. Trump suggested "Stop and Frisk" as a means to help get guns off the streets of places like Chicago that are experiencing upticks in gun violence. Hillary Clinton touted police reform as a way to help race relations.

Billy Graham Answers: What Should Christians Be Doing Before They Go to Heaven?

New converts to Christianity need to grow in spiritual maturity, says the Rev. Billy Graham, responding to a question from a young believer who wants to know what they should be doing in their life before they go to Heaven.

How to Practice Bowing

When we bow to another person, says Brother Phap Hai, we honor both their goodness and our own. The post How to Practice Bowing appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Make America Drink Again

Following Monday’s debate, The New York Post ran an interesting story about the reactions of ordinary people at a pub in Youngstown, Pennsylvania, a charming hamlet in the heart of the energy boom of the Marcellus shale formation. On its face, it’s just a human interest story about some local bar flies, but it also [...]

Did a Priest Violate the Law By Endorsing “The Ego” Over “Lady MacBeth” on Church’s Website?

If a Catholic priest from Arizona tells people how to vote on the Church's website, should their tax exemption be challenged?Pastor John Bonavitacola, who heads up Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, made his views explicitly clear in a blog post this week, in which he suggested a preference for Donald Trump ("The Ego") over Hillary Clinton ("Lady MacBeth"):

Believing in free will makes you feel more like your true self

Elizabeth Seto, Texas A&M University Do we have free will? This is a question that scholars have debated for centuries and will probably continue to debate for centuries to come. This isn't a question I can answer, but what I am interested...Show More Summary

Creationist Ken Ham: Public Schools “Impose the Religion of Secular Humanism” on Kids

There's this absurd mindset in conservative Christian circles that neutrality with regards to religion is somehow anti-religious. If people in positions of power aren't preaching Christianity left and right, there's anti-Christian bias...Show More Summary

ICKSP Takes on New Apostolate in Naples

Two years ago, we reported that the Archdiocese of Naples, Italy, had established a new home for the regular celebration of the Traditional Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation at the church of the Archconfraternity of Santa Maria del Soccorso all’Arenella. Show More Summary

Boko Haram Slaughters Christians, Burns Villages Near Chibok Where 200 Schoolgirls Were Kidnapped

Islamic radicals from the Boko Haram terror group in Nigeria have attacked and burned the villages of Kuburumbula and Boftari in the Chibok area, killing at least two Christians.

Globalism Is Anti-Christ, Demonic, Theologians Argue

Prominent theologians and scholars are saying this week that while globalism may be a buzzword this election season, too few understand the demonic forces driving this ideology.

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