LGBTQ

Thrity-three current and former LGBTQ students from Christian and religious colleges filed a federal lawsuit. This lmay impact how faith-based institutions operate by declaring a government religious exception unconstitutional. The current federal rules state religious institutions are exempt from Title IX. Title IX was established in 1972 and prohibits discrimination based on sex in education…

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Dr. Seuss

The company that owns the right to Dr. Seuss recently announced it will cease publication of six popular titles in their catalogue. The reason behind the decision was that it portrayed “people in ways that are hurtful and wrong.” Dr. Seuss Enterprises will cease publishing the following titles: And to Think That I Saw It…

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Gagnon

Facebook suspended a Christian university professor after he voiced his disagreement over President Biden’s executive order. This order would permit trans-identifying individuals to serve in the military. Robert Gagnon teaches New Testament theology at Houston Baptist University. He is a well-known, and well-respected authority on sexuality. Facebook banned Gagnon after posting a comment in defence…

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Sudan

Recently, Sudan signed a peace deal with Israel. It was among a few Middle Easter countries to sign the Abraham Accords along with United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. On Wednesday, the signing was completed at the U.S. embassy in Khartoum, Sudan. While an informal agreement was arranged last October, it was not finalized until last…

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