No choice on school choice

Religious Liberty | Appeals court upholds Maine restrictions on religious school tuition
by Steve West
Posted 11/02/20, 03:56 pm

Three families in rural areas of Maine without public high schools can send their children to private school but not Christian school on the government’s dime, an appeals court ruled Thursday.

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No time to live

Death | Evidence mounts that countries with legal euthanasia use it as a cost-saving measure
by Leah Hickman
Posted 11/02/20, 12:37 pm

The Canadian House of Commons voted to advance a bill Thursday that would expand assisted suicide in the country. The legislation would extend the procedure’s availability from patients whose death is “reasonably foreseeable” to those who don’t have a terminal diagnosis.

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Spreading religious violence in West Africa

International | Abduction of a Nigerian pastor highlights growing problem
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 10/30/20, 06:15 pm

The Rev. Polycarp Zongo with the Church of Christ in Nations was traveling for a church conference in northeastern Nigeria on Oct. 19 when he went missing. On Wednesday, he appeared in a video and said insurgents with the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) abducted him. The Nigerian news site MK-Reporters said his captors released him on Friday.

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