Without question, this city across Biscayne Bay from Miami proper is known for its sandy beach even if the beach is actually artificial.
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The first drug in the chemical abortion pill regimen can now be obtained via a prescription at major retail pharmacy chains after a regulatory change by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a move that pro-life groups warn threatens women's safety.
Theologian John Piper has explained why Christian healthcare workers should not work in hospitals that perform body-mutilating sex-change surgeries, warning that doing so contradicts “God’s revealed will,” damages people and normalizes evil in the world.
A Swedish health board's updated treatment guidelines for gender dysphoric youth emphasize a more cautious approach to treating minors with the condition, appearing to coincide with a hospital's recent steps to cut back on providing puberty blockers to trans-identifying children.
Among the most compelling Christian sites to visit in Turkey is a small shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary just outside the ancient city of Ephesus on the slope of Bulbul Mountain in Izmir. It’s believed by some to be where the mother of Jesus spent her final days.
If you didn't pay attention in history class, chances are, you might not connect modern-day Turkey with Christianity. A recent trip to this secular republic where 99% of the population is Muslim, however, revealed an impressive collection of sites from the early Church that could turn you into a church history buff and give you an even deeper connection to the Gospel.
A court has ordered a genetic test be performed on four couples who underwent IVF after an embryo mix-up resulted in one woman giving birth to a child biologically unrelated to her, an incident that some claim is not uncommon in the fertility industry.
There are few places more significant in the development of the church than York, England. That’s because it was here in 306 — as in 1,716 years ago — that Constantine was proclaimed emperor. Back then, York was called Eboracum by the Romans.