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Trump signs bill enabling states to defund PPFA

President Trump signed legislation April 13 that once again enables states to withhold federal family planning funds from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers.


Restrictions, hostilities increase for people of faith

The world’s religious adherents experienced greater government restraints and social animosities after two years of declines, according to a newly released study.


The empty tomb: archaeology and the ancient record

The thought of Jesus stepping out of the tomb on the first Easter morning is simply overwhelming. His atoning death was magnified by the miracle of His resurrection.


Christians pray, persevere after Egypt church bombings

As Coptic Christians bury an estimated 44 killed in terrorist bombings during Palm Sunday services in Egypt, the oldest Coptic church in the U.S. is praying for both the families of the Christian “martyrs” and the Islamic State (IS) that has claimed responsibility for the deaths.


Strike on Syria called ‘just,’ prayer urged

Following a U.S. missile strike against Syria, Southern Baptists pledged prayer and claimed the action was appropriate retribution for deadly chemical attacks allegedly carried out by the Syrian military.


Advocates back effort to aid foster children

Advocates for children needing families voiced their approval of new federal legislation designed to improve the placement of children in quality foster care families at a time of increased demand for such homes.


Gaines named first Hobbs visiting professor at Southern

Trustees of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary unanimously approved the installation of Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines to a visiting professorship honoring former SBC President Herschel H. Hobbs during their April meeting in Louisville.


Ky. puts focus on Bible with new laws, executive action

Gov. Matt Bevin has signed two bills into law to make clear to teachers and administrators that Scripture is welcome in Kentucky public schools.


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Rain dampens numbers - but not spirits - of Thunder Over Louisville crowd


Daviess Family Court grapples with long nights, difficult cases


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Ambulance crew pulls man from burning truck


Taylor DUI law brings added penalty


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