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May 19 2005 By virtueonline Truth or Tolerance? - by Scott Scruggs

Case 2. Last year, a dean at Stanford University began to pressure evangelical Christian groups on campus to stop the practice of "proselytizing other students." Ironically, what angered the dean was not the content of the message that was being shared, but the practice of sharing itself. He believes that in approaching someone with the Gospel, you are implying that the person's beliefs are inferior to your own.

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May 19 2005 By virtueonline We 'cure' gays say born-again radicals

In the long term, the charity wants to work with secular groups to help sex addicts such as chronic masturbators or heavy users of hardcore pornography.

'We're trying to get in to speak at youth conferences', said Lisa Guinness, the charity's smiley, silver-haired director. 'We'd love to take our stuff out to non-Christians, so we're going to develop some materials which could do that.'

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May 09 2005 By virtueonline Canada Goes Ahead with Same-Sex Marriage Bill despite Christian Protest

Even though the wrestling between the opposite sides of the argument is very strong, a Catholic Bishop Frederick Henry is standing firm on comments he made in a January pastoral letter denouncing homosexuality and calling for "coercive" government action to stop it.

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May 06 2005 By virtueonline Sex-ed program pulled from year's curriculum

Mr. Weast also said that he is suspending the use of "Protect Yourself" -- the video where a woman demonstrates condom use with a cucumber -- pending further investigation by the schools.

Judge Williams agreed with the two groups that filed the lawsuit -- Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum (CRC) and Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays (PFOX) -- who argued that the curriculum is biased toward homosexuality and dismisses religious perspectives on the subject.

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May 06 2005 By virtueonline A tough-minded commencement address - by Marvin Olasky

Calmly but sadly, he began his Hampden-Sydney talk by noting that: "It is a serious step, in these days, even from the worldly point of view, to become a Christian. ... The man who today enters upon the Christian life is enlisting in a warfare against the whole current of the age."

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May 05 2005 By virtueonline Coming to America? Canadian bishop investigated for 'gay marriage' comments

In the newspaper column, which stated basic Christian doctrine, Henry wrote, among other things, "Since homosexuality, adultery, prostitution and pornography undermine the foundations of the family, the basis of society, then the State must use its coercive power to proscribe or curtail them in the interests of the common good." He also argued that behind the push for "gay marriage" is a desire to have society accept homosexuality.

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May 03 2005 By virtueonline EDMONTON: Rally against gay marriage draws 2,500

"The time has come for the government of Canada to use its coercive power to legislate that a couple being married must be a man and a woman," Calgary Bishop Frederick Henry told the jubilant crowd in a repeat of the controversial call-to-arms that has landed him in front of the Alberta Human Rights Commission.

"This is not a fascist statement ... this is not anti-homosexual, but it is the Christian teaching on the primordial status of marriage and family life."

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May 01 2005 By virtueonline Why the left became hostile to religion

"Worrisome, to me. That should never happen," a cutting-edge liberal Democrat told me last week.

But when I tell them that's exactly what John F. Kennedy did at his inauguration on Jan. 20, 1961, the spluttering commences.


Yes, JFK blessed himself twice and told the nation:

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May 01 2005 By virtueonline WASHINGTON: Navy Probes Religious Discrimination Claim

"I'm shocked that senior chaplains would force their faith on sailors and on me," said Klingenschmitt, who was chaplain on the cruiser USS Anzio, based in Norfolk, Va.

The Navy began an inspector general investigation Wednesday into Klingenschmitt's allegations, said Lt. Cmdr. Charles Owens, a spokesman for Naval Surface Forces Atlantic.

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April 29 2005 By virtueonline BRAVE NEW SCHOOLS: Dad arrested after protesting 'gay' book

According to the report, Parker refused to leave a meeting after Lexington Superintendent Bill Hurley rejected his request that he be notified when his son is exposed to any discussion about same-sex households as part of classroom instruction.

Police arrested Parker for trespassing and he spent a night in jail before posting a $1,000 personal surety, Boston's WCVB-TV reported.

"Our parental requests for our own child were flat-out denied," Parker said in a statement.

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