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Student willing to ruin school career over Jesus T-shirt

From CBC: A Christian student suspended from a high school in Nova Scotia for sporting a T-shirt with the slogan “Life is wasted without Jesus” vows to wear it when he returns to class next week. William Swinimer, who’s in … Continue reading

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And does the couple thank God for the husband’s stupidity as well?

He gets credit for finding their jeep. He ought to get credit for making them stupid enough to leave it in a position to be so easily stolen: A Crawfordsville couple’s Jeep was lost but now it’s found, and they … Continue reading

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5 million steps to end world hunger would have also worked..

Better, in fact, because that could have raised some substantial funds for such a worthwhile cause. A penny per step even. Something, at least. So why did Charles Anderson, 58, walk that much? He did it for Jesus. Charles Anderson … Continue reading

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Found a poll for fans of Pham’s Jesus

The question reads, “Should St. Paul force Tuan Pham to take down the statue that rises 17 feet and violates zoning rules?” with two choices: Yes. It doesn’t matter whether it’s yard junk or a religious icon, it has to … Continue reading

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Christians can still be talented…

The post title is a remark I make about this odd story I came across involving a school talent show and a boy who wanted enter the competition with a Jesus song and dance. Initially the school felt the choice … Continue reading

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Argentine archbishop did not “defeat” Santa Claus

There are several headlines leading to this story, but I’m looking at the one from Digital Spy because the headline is especially misleading. Organisers of a Christmas cabin in the Argentinian city of Resistencia have cancelled plans for a gift-giving … Continue reading

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Some toys not good enough for Salvation Army

And by good, I mean that there are actually toys considered too evil for that charity to pass along to children wanting presents Christmas morning. Apparently anything to do with Harry Potter or the Twilight series has to be “disposed … Continue reading

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