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  • Former Benny Hinn church sells to lender at auction

    Former Benny Hinn church sells to lender at auction
    The church once owned by famed televangelist Benny Hinn was auctioned off online on Tuesday, with the winning bid placed by a California credit union whose lawsuit put the property into foreclosure. Evangelical Christian Credit Union now owns the...
  • LeBron James may have gone, but GOP is arriving: Why Cleveland rocks

    LeBron James may have gone, but GOP is arriving: Why Cleveland rocks
    All the little chicks with the crimson lips go / Cleveland rocks! Cleveland rocks! / Livin’ in sin with a safety pin goin' / Cleveland rocks! Cleveland rocks! OK, so that--the theme song from "The Drew Carey Show," the nine-year ABC offering...
  • Atheist opens Groveland City Council meeting with spirit of goodwill

    Atheist opens Groveland City Council meeting with spirit of goodwill
    When the Groveland City Council meeting began, Paul Tjaden didn't ask those in attendance to bow their heads for the invocation. Instead, he asked them to look around and recognize their friends, family and neighbors and note the changes that had...
  • Shalom FIU has new president

    Yoel Rotterman is a sophomore studying Mechanical Engineering at Florida International University. He is also the new president of Shalom FIU, the school's pro-Israel student organization. "Being elected president of such an amazing and important...
  • Slowly the wall between church and state crumbles

    By a 5 to 4 conservative majority the Supreme Court has emasculated labor unions, campaign finance regulations, the Voting Rights Act of 2006 and what's left of affirmative action in its campaign to reshape American society. Here I will limit my...
  • High School Football: BC's Martin making his mark

    High School Football: BC's Martin making his mark
    Eric Lo got his first look at his football team Monday. No, it wasn't his Huntington Beach High squad, which doesn't start its summer session until Monday. It was the South team that he will lead as head coach into the Brea Lions Club Orange County...
  • Odyssey behind, Congolese children just want to sing

    Lexington, Ky. They come to Maxwell Presbyterian Church on Saturday mornings with smiles, anticipation and a variety of languages. They are the children of Congolese families who have left the uncertainties of refugee camps scattered around countries...
  • Rekha Basu: Court steps into religion quagmire

    Let's say that I'm an observant Hindu who keeps a strict vegetarian diet because my religion frowns on killing animals. And let's say I own a software company that employs only vegetarians, because I don't believe I should be forced to subsidize meat-...
  • Christian Fuehrer dies at 71; rallied East Germans against injustice

    Christian Fuehrer, the Leipzig pastor who rallied East Germans to resist the injustice of the former communist system in a series of peaceful protests before reunification in 1990, has died. He was 71. Fuehrer, who had suffered from a serious lung...
  • Justice Ginsburg and the Hobby Lobby threat to religious freedom

    Justice Ginsburg and the Hobby Lobby threat to religious freedom
    The 35-page, few-holds-barred dissent to the Hobby Lobby ruling penned by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg contains many strong attacks on the majority’s thinking. But in one argument — when she wonders whether this argument will lead...
  • Methodist Church holds fitness classes with Christian music

    Methodist Church holds fitness classes with Christian music
    Community United Methodist Church, 4921 S. Highway 17-92 in Casselberry, will hold Body and Soul Fitness classes at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays from July 8-Aug. 21.  The charge is $4.25 per class with discounts for seniors, those in the military...