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Veto of Bible as Official Tennessee Book Survives Challenge
has a state reptile, a state rock and a state song in the moonshine-themed "Rocky Top." For now, though, the Bible will not be its official state book. Gov. Bill Haslam had vetoed a bill that would elevate the holy book's status, and lawmakers trying to override that veto fell seven votes short of the 50 they needed in the House on Wednesday.

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St. Paul shooting victims remembered
Wednesday at Indian Mounds Park in St. Paul. Mayor Chris Coleman, St Paul Police chief Thomas Smith and community and religious leaders gathered for a press conference to address recent violent shootings in St. Paul. Gallery: Mayor Chris Coleman, St Paul Police chief Thomas Smith, community and....

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Public invited to Dayton, Montgomery Co. merger discussions
The city of Dayton and Montgomery County governments are hosting a series of public discussions regarding a proposed merger of the two entities. The city of Dayton announced Wednesday the town hall meetings are by a “coalition of concerned citizens and clergy, in conjunction with city of Dayton and....

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Pastor’s Preposterous Pretend Pastry Putdown Poops Out
Who knew that Whole Foods — in Austin, Texas — was such a hotbed of bigotry? April 18, 2016 Brown held a press conference, because of course he did. And the media pounced, because of course they did. In 2016, “hate crime” has been defined down to “writing a bad word on a cake.

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A-K Valley high school roundup: Burrell baseball rolls past Sto-Rox
Updated 17 hours ago Burrell baseball began Tuesday on a two-game losing streak, but it didn't take long for the Bucs to ensure the skid wouldn't reach three. Behind a 12-run first inning, Burrell rolled to an 18-0, three-innings victory over Section 3-AA opponent Sto-Rox (1-7, 1-4).

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Whole Foods is using security footage to sue a gay pastor for an unlikely reason
Love Wins F*g. "When I got into my vehicle, I looked inside and saw they had wrote ‘Love Wins F*g’ on it," Brown said in the video. "You can see it nice and clear. Also, it is still in a sealed box. As you see, I have not opened up this box yet." The video went viral online and he filed a lawsuit....

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Veto of Bible as official Tennessee book survives challenge
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Tennessee has a state reptile, a state rock and a state song in the moonshine-themed "Rocky Top." For now, though, the Bible will not be its official state book. Gov. Bill Haslam had vetoed a bill that would elevate the holy book's status, and lawmakers trying to override that veto....

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The Growing Business Of School Security
Columbine High School freshman Austin Pawelka, 14, commemorates the ten-year anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings at the Columbine Memorial Park in Littleton, Colorado, April 20, 2009. Photo: mark piscotty/getty images; Youth pastor Julie Outzen of Denver commemorates the tenth....

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'The Americans' Season 4 episode 6 watch live online: Martha faces truth she has been denying; she may never go back home? [Spoilers]
"The Americans" Season 4 is all set to unravel some secrets. While in the last couple of episodes we saw the Jennings dealing with issues of Glanders and how to handle Pastor Tim and his wife, in episode 6 we will see how Martha will become a liability to the spies.

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A professional teachers' group is suing the Texas education ...
foxnews.com meldet dazu: A pair of dueling lawsuits are in the works in Texas after an alleged incident involving a cake and a homophobic slur . Whole Foods Fights Back Over Alleged Homophobic Cake. FOX’s Tom Graham explains: Download audio file (CAKE_042016.

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Saskatoon Catholic churches to bring in elders to talk about spiritual traditions
Catholic churches in Saskatoon will soon be bringing in indigenous elders to speak about their faith. The initiative was launched in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission final report. Bishop Don Bolen said it's important that Catholic churches understand indigenous spirituality, and see it as something to be embraced.

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Veto of Bible as official Tennessee book survives challenge
Members of the House of Representatives debate overriding Gov. Bill Haslam's veto of a bill seeking to make the Bible the state's official book, Wednesday, April 20, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. The House voted not to override the veto. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) NASHVILLE, Tenn.

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News Ex-pastor sentenced in rape of 2 young girls
Waller is a former employee of what used to be First Assembly of God Church in Jonesboro. Police say the girls were repeatedly raped in several locations, including the church. A police detective testified he found 400,000 images of child pornography and videos of young females inside the church bathroom on an external hard drive of Waller's.

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City announces new East Knoxville community center
Published: April 20, 2016, 11:16 am Updated: April 20, 2016, 2:57 pm Kristin Farley KNOXVILLE (WATE) – The city of Knoxville and community leaders announced plans Wednesday for The Change Center, a community center in East Knoxville in the space adjacent to Overcoming Believers Church.

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Veto of Bible as Official Tennessee Book Survives Challenge
has a state reptile, a state rock and a state song in the moonshine-themed "Rocky Top." For now, though, the Bible will not be its official state book. Gov. Bill Haslam had vetoed a bill that would elevate the holy book's status, and lawmakers trying to override that veto fell seven votes short of the 50 they needed in the House on Wednesday.

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Veto of Bible as official Tennessee book survives challenge
NASHVILLE, Tennessee Tennessee has a state reptile, a state rock and a state song in the moonshine-themed "Rocky Top." For now, though, the Bible will not be its official state book. Gov. Bill Haslam had vetoed a bill that would elevate the holy book's status, and lawmakers trying to override that....

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Osinbajo’ll combine pastor, Vice-President’s jobs – Presidency
Olalekan Adetayo, Abuja. The Presidency on Wednesday said there was no truth in a recent media report that Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo had resigned as a pastor in The Redeemed Christian Church of God. The Senior Special Assistant to the Vice-President on Media and Publicity, Mr.

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PRO-Davao: 5 pulis nga gidagit di POWs
DILI matawag nga mga Prisoner's of War (POW) ang lima ka mga pulis nga gibihag sa mga rebeldeng New People's Army (NPA) sanglit wala kini sa pakiggubat. Kini ang katin-awan ni Police Regional Office (PRO)-Davao director Manuel Gaerlan atol sa Armed Forces of the Philippines-Philippine National....

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Laws decried as LGBT discrimination proposed across country
Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory. Recent laws denounced as discriminatory in North Carolina and Mississippi has prompted a growing backlash from opponents.

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Bond increased to $1M for Franklin stepmom in scalding death of boy
Attorneys for Anna Ritchie, 24, of Bolder Drive, entered a not guilty plea on her behalf Wednesday morning in Warren County Common Pleas Court before Judge Robert Peeler, who set a trial date of Sept. 26. Ritchie held Cooper in a tub of 134-degree water for about 20 to 25 minutes March 16 as a form....

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Laws decried as LGBT discrimination proposed across country
Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory. Recent laws denounced as discriminatory in North Carolina and Mississippi has prompted a growing backlash from opponents.

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Who wrote a gay slur on this Whole Foods cake in Texas?
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has decided to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, making her the first woman on U.S. paper currency in 100 years, a Treasury official said Wednesday. Who wrote a gay slur on this Whole Foods cake in Texas? A gay pastor claims Whole Foods sold him a cake with a gay slur, but the store claims it was made up.

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Laws Decried as LGBT Discrimination Proposed Across Country
Legislation has been proposed in states across the country to protect those who — due to religious beliefs — decline to employ or serve certain people. Critics say the laws are aimed at the LGBT community and are discriminatory. Recent laws denounced as discriminatory in North Carolina and Mississippi has prompted a growing backlash from opponents.

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PLP chairman hits out at opponents to bill
By AVA TURNQUEST. Tribune Chief Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts said the Save Our Bahamas group did not have any evidence to support its opposition of the fourth Constitutional Amendment Bill. Mr Roberts said the religious group did not have a good reason for....

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Mzuzu pastor warns of ‘Satanic’ agents in Malawi
Apostle McHellings Kayala of Christian Fellowship Centre for All Nations (CFCFAN) in Mzuzu has warned Christians in the country not to be swayed with many men and women claiming to be ‘Men of God’ in Pentecostal movement saying some of them are “using Satanic” influence.

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Whole Foods files countersuit in case of gay slur allegedly written on cake
Updated 15 hours ago AUSTIN — A day after it was accused of selling a cake with an anti-gay slur written on it to a gay Austin pastor, Whole Foods Market on Tuesday responded with full force — filing a counterlawsuit against its accuser, releasing a video that it said refutes part of his claim and adamantly denying any wrongdoing.

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