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  • Recipes for romance

    Recipes for romance
    Food and sex have been paired ever since Eve handed Adam the apple. Throughout history, certain foods have been prized for their romance-inducing qualities. Almonds have been called a symbol of fertility, and the Romans thought oysters could make a...
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  • Can Christianity be linked to racial prejudice?

     
    Associated Baptist Press reported on a Baylor University study that seemed to show that people are who “primed” with words related to Christianity reported more negative attitudes about blacks than those “primed” with neutral...
  • Black Church Debate Continues With New Book

     
    Valley Forge, PA—A new Judson Press book celebrating the vitality, gifts, and strength of the black church stands in sharp contrast to the death knell sounded by Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr. in his recent Huffington Post essay titled “The Black Church is....
  • Laura Bush: 'Spoken From the Heart'

     
    by Mark Silva Add to the public bookshelf another new memoir: Laura Bush's Spoken From the Heart The former first lady's memoir will be available early next week, on sale May 4 with the start of a book-tour in McLean......
  • Nine in 10 churches remain segregated

     
    Despite numerous task forces, initiatives and informal efforts by church leaders and congregations to increase racial diversity in the pews, nine in 10 congregations have a single racial group that accounts for more than 80 percent of their members...
  • Rand Paul doesn't shake hands with opponent after 'Aqua Buddha' debate; the two may not meet again

     
    Add Rand Paul's name to the list of politicians who have made good on a campaign promise. At the conclusion of what Talking Points Memo declared was "The Nastiest Debate of 2010", Kentucky Senate hopeful Rand Paul, a Republican, said......
  • Pepperdine Law School names federal judge to replace Kenneth Starr as dean

     
    Pepperdine University has named a federal appeals court judge from Kansas to head its law school, replacing former special prosecutor Kenneth Starr. Judge Deanell Reece Tacha of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals will start work June 1, the......
  • Small group megachurches not a cure-all, Baylor study shows

     
    Creating small groups within a megachurch doesn't necessarily restore a sense of closeness and community, researchers at Baylor University report. One drawback is that small groups can foster cliques within the church. To avoid that, churches can put time...
  • Can they be saved?

    In one sense, the story of two boys nicknamed Antoine and Tony came to an end in late January when a Cook County judge sentenced them to prison, turning them into America's youngest inmates. At age 10 and 11, the boys had killed 5-year-old Eric Morse...