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Bring Your Bible to School Day – October 16th

Have you noticed the recent headlines about students being told they can’t pray or read their Bibles during free time at school—even though students do have that right? Here at Palmetto Family, we believe that the Bible has a powerful message of hope and love for humanity; it’s something that...

Someone is out of touch with reality…

Someone is out of touch with reality…
Someone is out of touch with reality… …and it isn’t Palmetto Family Council. WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS CONTENT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Ten South Carolina colleges assigned books for their freshmen to read. As we reported, a number of them selected sufficiently edgy, thought-provoking...

A Shocking Summer Reading Assignment

A Shocking Summer Reading Assignment
Freshman Summer Reading in South Carolina Universities “Big Reads” on South Carolina Campuses reveal institutional values Here is the book The College of Charleston has assigned for incoming freshmen to read over the summer (and study in depth in the fall): College of Charleston Fun Home by...

Should Christians be involved in politics?

Should Christians be involved in politics?
A Response to Evangelical Calls for Public Withdrawal By Rob Schwarzwalder Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Christian Post on June 16, 2012. As explained by my friends Tim Dalrymple and Mark Tooley, it has become fashionable among...

CHURCH FORCED UNDERGROUND…IN ROCKDALE COUNTY, GA

CHURCH FORCED UNDERGROUND…IN ROCKDALE COUNTY, GA
ADF attorney sound bites:  Erik Stanley #1  |  Erik Stanley #2 ATLANTA, Ga. — Alliance Defense Fund attorneys filed a lawsuit against Rockdale County Thursday for refusing a small church access to several different properties for its worship services because the properties are less than three...

Victory for Religious Freedom on Campus

Victory for Religious Freedom on Campus
A federal court ruled in favor of Julea Ward, an Eastern Michigan University (EMU) graduate student represented by Alliance Defense Fund attorneys, who was expelled from a counseling program for her Christian beliefs. This is a major victory for religious freedom on campus—for Christian students in...

Confirmed Abortion-Breast Cancer Link

Confirmed Abortion-Breast Cancer Link
by Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) – A microbiologist says there are so many published studies confirming the link between induced abortion and breast cancer that he plans to publish one every day on his blog until he’s mentioned them all. It will take Dr. Gerard...

Sexing Up of the American Tween

Sexing Up of the American Tween
‘Dad may try to ruin your style, but dry stains won’t.” The revealing dress code of the American tween may be best dramatized by yet another popular-culture slap in the face of fatherhood: a Tide commercial. Dad intentionally wipes dirt on his daughter’s way-too-short skirt. Mom is all too happy...

Study: Mothers feel guilty for blurring roles

Study: Mothers feel guilty for blurring roles
Blurring home and work roles makes telecommuting mothers feel guilty, study finds By ERYN BROWN – Los Angeles Times Some see telecommuting as a working mother’s best friend. After all, having access to the office from home – whether over the phone or through e-mail – means...

Justin Bieber Takes Heat for Pro-life Comments

Justin Bieber Takes Heat for Pro-life Comments
Justin Bieber’s ‘Rolling Stone’ Interviewer Defends His Comments on Abortion (http://www.okmagazine.com/2011/02/justin-biebers-rolling-stone-interviewer-defends-his-comments-on-abortion/) If you ask a celebrity to share their view on abortion it’s bound to create some controversy. Poor 16-year-old Justin...

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