Genetic engineering and other threats

Faith & Inspiration | Graduates, in 2005 and today, need to stand firm in the faith. The fourth in a series of “stump speeches”
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 8/01/20, 12:47 pm

Over the past few months, we’ve posted in the Saturday Series a few of my never-published speeches on topics that are still relevant.

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Associated Press/Photo by Jeff Chiu (file)

The arrival of pod schools

Education | Families band together to weather the education disruptions of COVID-19
by Seth Johnson
Posted 7/29/20, 05:21 pm

When her son’s school district announced it would administer classes completely online in the fall, Katy Young of Kensington, Calif., knew her family needed a better solution. She and her husband, Ryan, are repurposing an old 24-foot-wide, 16-foot-tall aluminum geodesic dome into a schoolhouse for their son Derek and five other elementary-aged neighborhood boys this fall. They hope to find someone to manage their children’s online schooling during the day.

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Facebook/Mike Adams

Controversial North Carolina professor found dead

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 7/24/20, 03:34 pm

Conservative professor Mike Adams, a lightning rod for criticism at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, has died. He was 55. Adams was a syndicated columnist who won a First Amendment lawsuit against the school in 2014 claiming it denied him a promotion over his beliefs about abortion, same-sex marriage, and other topics.

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