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Atheism group blasts city council's scholarships

Campus Reform
By Will Pierson

Ken Ham: Atheists ‘go ballistic' when children visit ark encounter, speak against naturalism

Christian Post
By Stoyan Zaimov

Astrobiology: Where science intersects with faith

Red Dirt Report
By Olivier Rey

Grove City scholarship program challenged over Christian university’s inclusion

Columbus Dispatch (Columbus, Ohio)
By Kimball Perry

Santa Ana school trustee Ceci Iglesias comes under fire for prayer campaign

OC Weekly
By Gabriel San Roman

Is this 'God's Not Dead 2' billboard that was reportedly rejected really 'too incendiary' and 'too political'? You decide

News Oklahoma
By Billy Hallowell

Billboard for ‘God’s Not Dead 2’ movie finds home in Nashville

By Joe Crowe

Atheist group asks house majority leader to sponsor humanist invocation in congress

Christian News
By Heather Clark

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