Plaintiff describes conspiracy to bring down gay therapy group

After all these years, abortion advocates still have no idea what motivates pro-lifers

Supreme Court races the clock on gay marriage, Obamacare and more

Court rejects woman’s attempt to bear grandchild with frozen eggs

Army must allow Sikh student to enroll in ROTC, judge rules

Why we celebrate the Magna Carta: The Church’s role in guaranteeing our freedoms

U.S. Supreme Court lets stand ruling declaring NC ultrasound law a ‘free speech violation’

Euthanasia doc kills woman because she was depressed, even though she didn’t have cancer

Doctors told parents to abort baby Easton, but he is fighting to prove them wrong

A heart to heart talk with a ‘pro-gay’ Christian

What Paul would say to Matthew Vines

    The Stream: What interests me here is Vines’ tweeted claim that St. Paul would approve of homosexual couples and families if only he knew some. Using Jesus’ observation that we will know them by their fruits (MT 7:16) — the first chapter of his book is titled “A Tree and its Fruit” — Vines argues elsewhere that Christians should approve same-sex relationships because they bear good fruit. Apparently Paul didn’t see that kind of relationship in his world, but if he had seen it, he would have revised the opening of his letter to the Christians in Rome.

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