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Two Incompatible & Mutually Hostile Worldviews

"I’m not sure these researchers fully engage [the worldview concept] and the complexity that often arises.  For example, is morality based on a transcendent absolute or do we make it up for ourselves? OK, we can see that social conservatives believe the former, while social liberals believe the latter. But..." - Gene Veith

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“According to recent surveys from both Gallup and Pew Research, more Americans than before have a negative opinion of church.”

"According to recent surveys from both Gallup and Pew Research, more Americans than before have a negative opinion of church." - Facts & Trends

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A Major New Study Asks: How Does Church Affect Marital Health?

"The report is based on findings from the 2018 Global Family and Gender Survey (GFGS), a new international survey of over 9,000 men and women in heterosexual unions in 11 countries—including more than 2,000 respondents from the United States." - Christianity Today

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Academics Claim Their Non-PC Transgender Research is Being Censored

"[S]urely genuine academic studies and inquiries about major issues facing today’s society must be welcome, right? An open letter by over 50 British academics hailing from fields ranging from philosophy to neuroscience suggests that’s not the case." - Intellectual Takeout 

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"While the world may be surprised that 'a scientist's gender can skew research results,' Christians shouldn't be."

"According to a Jan. 10 article in the journal Science Advances, volunteers for experiments as diverse as intelligence tests and pain sensitivity studies have been found to respond differently when they are dealing with a researcher of the opposite gender." BPNews

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Amniotic fluid could offer a bountiful source of ethical stem cells

Researchers "have developed a technique that allows doctors to harvest stem cells from amniotic fluid and convert them into embryonic-like cells that can grow into other types, including nerve, blood, and heart cells. Extracting the cells, called mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), does not harm a baby." WORLD

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