Posts Tagged ‘After’

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Radical Evangelism: Man Returns to D.C. Inner-City to Save Souls After “Swearing” He’d Never Go Back

December 26, 2008

carlos-williams.jpgCarlos Williams swore he’d never return his children to Washington, the city where drug deals, fights and drunks outside his father’s apartment used to keep him and his brothers awake at night. 

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Israel Set for Gaza Invasion after Rocket Barrage

December 26, 2008

Israel moved closer to invading Gaza, saying Thursday it had wrapped up preparations for a broad offensive after Palestinian militants fired about 100 rockets and mortar shells across the border in two days.

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Eagles’ McNabb to Start vs. Cardinals After Benching

November 25, 2008

donovan-mcnabb.jpgDonovan McNabb will start when the Philadelphia Eagles host the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night. The five-time Pro Bowl quarterback was benched for the first time in his career at halftime of Philadelphia’s 36-7 loss at Baltimore on Sunday. 

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EHarmony to Offer Homosexual Dating Service After Settlement

November 20, 2008

neil-clark-warren.jpgComing soon to EHarmony — Adam and Steve. The Pasadena-based dating website, heavily promoted by Christian evangelical leaders when it was founded, has agreed in a civil rights settlement to give up its heterosexuals-only policy and offer same-sex matches.

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After U.S. Breakthrough, Europe Looks in Mirror

November 12, 2008

obama-europe.JPGIn the general European euphoria over the election of Barack Obama, there is the beginning of self-reflection about Europe’s own troubles with racial integration. Many are asking if there could be a French, British, German or Italian Obama, and everyone knows the answer is no, not anytime soon.

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President Bush Staying Out of Sight Until After Election

November 4, 2008

george-bush30.jpgIt’s no coincidence President Bush has been out of the public’s eye in recent days – that’s the way the Republican Party wants it. White House press secretary Dana Perino said Monday the incumbent’s invisibility is by design – because “the Republican Party wanted to make this election about John McCain.”

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