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The secret of Easter: Just Believe

At this time of year it seems appropriate to describe the event in history that, at some point, forces each of us to make a decision. Easter is the holiday marked by a Christian claim that a man allegedly living … Continue reading

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Evidence confirms Jesus’ resurrection from the dead

At this time of year it seems appropriate to describe the event in history that, at some point, forces each of us to make a decision. Easter is the holiday marked by a Christian claim that a man allegedly living … Continue reading

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Crystal Cathedral “comes home” as Rev. Schuller resigns

  by Matt Lacy —   After years of financial struggles, the Crystal Cathedral is finally “coming home” as the congregation will be getting a new name after the facility became the property of the Roman Catholic Church last month. … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict says “gay” marriage threat to humanity’s future

by Matt Lacy – In some of the harshest language yet, by the Roman Catholic Church Pope Benedict has called the push for “gay” marriage to be a threat to “the future of humanity itself.” The statement was made in … Continue reading

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HHS non-committal on how agency defines rules affecting religious organizations

  by Peter Grady – The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has said it will not commit to saying how narrowly it intends to interpret a rule that would only exempt religious organizations that employ and serve those who … Continue reading

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Secular historians: Yeshua Christus died but….

  Brett Reese  – At this time of year it seems appropriate to describe the event in history that, at some point, forces each of us to make a decision. Easter is the holiday marked by a Christian claim that … Continue reading

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Sadie Rodriguez Duran

Sadie Rodriguez Duran April 20, 1918 – April 23, 2010 Sadie Rodriguez Duran, died April 23, 2010 at her home in Greeley at the age of 92.  She was born April 20, 1918 to Roman and Margarita (Gonzales) Valdez.  She … Continue reading

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Easter Fool! Do you believe Jesus rose from the dead!?

This writing is not intended for the 8th grade comprehension level most media targets. This treatise is my own. It spans a time in my life when I was agnostic, when I doubted that anyone can know God or god, … Continue reading

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