Top Weekly Stories from for 04/14/2018

Alex Malarkey, Who Disavowed ‘Boy Who Came Back From Heaven’ Story, Sues Tyndale House Publishers   Apr 13, 2018 02:11 pm

Alex Malarky Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshot CAROL STREAM, Ill. — A now 20-year-old Alex Malarkey, who in 2015 publicly disavowed the best-selling story “The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven”—a book that claims he died and went to Heaven—is suing his publisher over the matter. Malarkey says that the tale was fabricated by his father, and is “highly…

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Teacher Sues Christian School After Contract Not Renewed Following Out of Wedlock Pregnancy   Apr 12, 2018 10:59 am

Photo Credit: Concord Christian School KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A Tennessee teacher has sued the Christian school at which she was formerly employed on allegations that her contract was not renewed because she became pregnant out of wedlock. Tabatha Hutson has been a teacher at the Baptist-based Concord Christian School in Knoxville since 2011. Last year, while…

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Man Who Confessed to Murdering Mother, Friend Claimed Before Killing Self: ‘Nothing Happens After Death’   Apr 11, 2018 05:53 pm

Photo Credit: Mississippi Department of Public Safety EAST RIDGE, Tenn. — A Tennessee man who confessed on social media to murdering his mother and a friend on Sunday claimed before killing himself that “nothing happens after death, but if there is a Hell, I’m going to be in the lake of ice at the bottom.” Casey Lawhorn, 22, had shared a number of posts on…

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University Student Senator Reads Scripture to Peers After Voting Against Funding for Homosexual Grad Ceremony   Apr 07, 2018 09:02 pm

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — A student senator at Western Kentucky University recently read Scripture to his peers after voting against a proposal to fund a special ceremony for homosexual and transgender graduates. While the student Senate ultimately voted 28-5 in favor of providing $250 for the “lavender graduation ceremony,” Dallas McKinney was among the few who said…

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Ohio Pastor No Longer Allowed to Offer Lunchtime Bible Study at School Following Complaint   Apr 09, 2018 09:22 am

WINTERSVILLE, Ohio — An Ohio pastor will no longer be allowed to offer a voluntary lunchtime Bible study for students at a local middle school after one of the nation’s most conspicuous professing atheist organizations submitted a letter of complaint to the school district. An attorney for the Indian Creek School District has submitted a letter to the…

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Sen. Cory Booker, Who Once ‘Married’ Homosexuals as Mayor, Asks Trump Nominee: ‘Do You Believe That Gay Sex Is a Perversion?’   Apr 13, 2018 03:09 pm

WASHINGTON (Fox News) — During his secretary of state confirmation hearing, CIA Director Mike Pompeo refused to say whether he thinks same-sex relationships are a “perversion” when pressed multiple times and said he stood by his earlier views against gay marriage. Referencing a past speech Pompeo gave, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., asked the former Kansas…

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Federal Judge Orders Houston to Pay Pastor’s Attorneys’ Fees in Homosexual ‘Spousal’ Benefits Challenge   Apr 11, 2018 11:52 pm

Photo: Public Domain Pictures/George Hodan HOUSTON, Texas — A U.S. district judge appointed to the bench by then-President Ronald Reagan has rejected another effort from the City of Houston to have a case regarding “spousal” benefits of homosexual government workers decided in federal court rather than by state judges, and has ordered the City to pay the…

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Parkland Student Who Was Shot Five Times Shielding Classmates Goes Home From Hospital   Apr 07, 2018 01:02 pm

Photo Credit: NBC News/Screenshot PARKLAND, Fla. — A 15-year-old Parkland student who was shot five times on Feb. 14 while placing his body against the classroom door to prevent shooter Nikolas Cruz from entering has now gone home from the hospital—being the last of the 17 injured to do so. Anthony Borges suffered gunshot wounds to the lungs, abdomen and…

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‘Saving Grace’: Newborn Placed Inside Safe Haven Box at Indiana Fire Station   Apr 11, 2018 12:26 pm

Photo Credit: NBC5 Chicago/Screenshot MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — A newborn baby with her umbilical cord still attached was placed inside of a safe haven box at an Indiana fire station on Sunday, and is now safe and being cared for at a local hospital. Coolspring Township Volunteer Fire Department Chief Mick Pawlik says that first responders’ pagers went off at…

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South Carolina Church Vandalized, Teenage Suspects Captured on Surveillance Footage   Apr 08, 2018 07:30 pm

INMAN, S.C. — Two teenage boys are believed to have vandalized a South Carolina church on Wednesday, smearing food throughout the kitchen and throwing knives into the wall. “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop,” Brad Atkins, the pastor of Lake Bowen Baptist Church, told WSPA-TV. Atkins entered the church on Thursday to find chocolate sauce, caramel,…

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