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"That high-powered professional men have illicit affairs is not an uncommon occurrence anywhere in the world. However, whereas an affair might be a secret elsewhere, Chinese men support multiple women, in part, to flaunt openly their wealth and social status."

Read More: Brendon Hong, The Daily Beast
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From CNN

"The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights alleges the killing was an act of self-defense against a rapist and says Jabbari never received a fair trial."

Read more: Reza Sayah, CNN
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For Stuff Christians Like

"We can proclaim Christ with our (digital) lips and then deny him with our (digital) lifestyle faster than any other previous generation and to more people than our parents would have ever dreamed!"

Read more: Jon Acuff, Stuff Christians Like
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From Summa This, Summa That

"It’s time once again to embark on one of my longest-standing personal spiritual traditions: Finding some time during Holy Week to listen to J.S. Bach’s towering masterpiece, the Matthäus Passion."

Read more: Joseph Susanka, Summa This, Summa That, Patheos
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From The Washington Post

"Aczel, trained as a mathematician, currently a research fellow in the history of science at Boston University and the author of 'Fermat’s Last Theorem,' takes aim at the New Atheists in his intelligent and stimulating book 'Why Science Does Not Disprove God.' He attempts to show that the New Atheists’ analyses fall far short of disproving the existence of God."

Read more: Alan Lightman, The Washington Post
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From Christ & Pop Culture

"What has become evident in the recent World Vision debacle is that many who wish to identify as post-evangelical continue to function within profoundly evangelical (and at times, fundamentalist) paradigms. Their objectives may have shifted, but their rhetoric has not."

Read more: Hannah Anderson, Christ & Pop Culture
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From The Washington Post

"As a critic, my first obligation is to assess each of these films not as theology (an exercise for which I’m supremely unqualified), but as a piece of commercial entertainment, whether the form it takes is a mass-market spectacle or a more niche-oriented product that preaches to the choir. After praying, I always ask myself three questions about any movie I’m writing about: What was the artist trying to achieve? Did he or she achieve it? And was it worth achieving? The beauty of that framework is that it allows me to set pure subjectivity aside, the better to judge every film on its merits; the answers get a little dicier, however, when I’m asked to analyze an explicitly Christian film."

Read more: Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post
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From MedPage Today

"Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who was held responsible for the troubled rollout of the federal government's healthcare.gov website, is resigning."

Read more: Joyce Frieden, MedPage Today
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From The Weekly Standard

"Ayaan Hirsi Ali has just released this statement in response to Brandeis University's decision to rescind her invitation to receive an honorary degree . . ."

Read more: William Kristol, The Weekly Standard
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From FilmChat

"In any case, the fact remains that the controversy here is utterly silly, for all the other reasons that Jon and Steve and I have articulated. In a period piece like this where the characters say a woman is 'with child' rather than 'pregnant,' it only makes sense that they would use similarly different terms for God, etc., than we do."

Read more: Peter T. Chattaway, FilmChat, Patheos
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From The Federalist

"Regardless of our previous views on marriage, we saw in Eich a dissident who forced us to think about totalitarianism and our role in making society unfree. Did we mindlessly put up red equal signs when we hadn’t even thought about what marriage is? Did we rush to fit in by telling others we supported same-sex marriage? Did we even go so far as to characterize as 'bigots' or as 'Hitlers' those who held views about the importance of natural marriage?"

Read more: Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist
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From USA Today

"A male sophomore described as 'really shy' went on a slashing and stabbing rampage Wednesday with two kitchen knives at a Murrysville, Pa., high school, injuring at least 19 students before he was subdued and handcuffed, police said."

Read more: Doug Stanglin, Marisol Bello, and Alicia McElhaney, USA Today
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