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The Ohio Supreme Court agreed this week to hear the case of a teacher who was fired for allegedly injecting religion into the classroom. John Freshwater was officially dismissed from Mount Vernon Middle School in January 2011 and the termination by the district board was upheld by a local judge in October.
A whites-only pastors’ conference in Alabama concluded Friday with a disturbing ceremony – the burning of a cross, or what organizers prefer to call the “Sacred Christian Cross Lighting Ceremony.”
The Obama administration declared Afghanistan the United States’ newest “major non-NATO ally.”
Recordbreaking, unrelenting heat has killed 30 people across half the country. Temperatures soaring over 100 degrees in several cities.
I laughed at the warning located at the beginning of Wendell Berry’s novel Jayber Crow (which is a great read, BTW): NOTICE Persons attempting to find a “text” in this book will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a “subtext” in it will be banished; persons attempting to explain, interpret, explicate, analyze, deconstruct, or otherwise “understand” it will be exiled to a desert island in the company only of other explainers. BY ORDER OF THE AUTHOR
Evangelist Billy Graham remembered his close associate Dr. Sterling Huston, who died of cancer last week, as “indispensable” to his ministry, and recalled his confidence in the life-changing power of the Gospel.
1 Peter 2:1-2
As the dust begins to settle on the Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold ObamaCare, no one is questioning the motives of eight out of the nine justices. Only the Chief Justice has had his motives called into question.