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First, they attacked America. Then adoption. Now, women. Honestly, with such a busy schedule of political extremism, it's a mystery how Nike has time to sell anything. The retail titan is picking a side in the transgender sports debate -- and it isn't girls'.
The news media is filled with reports that the Arab world--most notably Saudi Arabia and countries in the Persian Gulf, might be prepared to sign a non-aggression pact/truce with Israel. What does this mean, however, from a Muslim perspective?
Projections of education in 2050 are based on the trends witnessed today. New ideas and innovations may come up to transform the platform. However, technology will rule as the role of the teacher changes.
The pandemic might be an opportunity for the elites, but it is also a learning experience for the rest of us, and it might even bring some clarity to issues that have been hotly debated for several years. But what are some of these lessons?
When 44 leaders of this country walked to the Senate floor last February and voted to make newborn-killing legal, our country crossed into territory most of us considered unthinkable.
In my experience, the incomprehension of Jewish yearning for the land of Israel is a recurring phenomenon with young Europeans--the standard answers about Zionism simply do not compute for them.
Christians are arguably the most committed supporters of Israel in the world. At the same time, different kinds of Christians are among the Jews’ worst enemies.
In the Book of Revelation chapter eight we are warned that one day this earth will experience a devastating encouter with an object from space - most likely an asteroid.
Amazingly, against all research, testimony, and common sense, five legislators in committee voted to kill a measure that would give teenagers and their families more time to weigh a decision that could destroy them forever.