Workers and students who express their opinion in favor of Christian principles or in opposition to the LGBT or abortion agendas now risk being fired from their jobs or expelled from academic programs.
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ARTICLE: Executives at Disney Channel — and pro-gay groups — have given their stamp of approval for a coming-out tale for tweens on “Andi Mack.”
The second season of Disney’s coming-of-age show will feature a creative milestone that was pre-screened by such groups as the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and PFLAG.
The series, which stars Peyton Elizabeth Lee, follows her character’s “uncharted course of self-discovery.”
“Everyone involved in the show takes great care in ensuring that it’s appropriate for all audiences and sends a powerful message about inclusion and respect for humanity,” the company said in a statement on Thursday via its ABC News subsidiary.
A Pakistani Christian said he was beaten unconscious by Muslims who were angered at poppies and a cross displayed in his car.
Our universe shouldn’t exist, according to scientists at CERN — the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Newsweek reported.
And believers in God just might get a kick out of one of the questions that’s stumping them.
Why are CERN scientists saying the universe shouldn’t exist?
- Researchers have discovered a symmetry in nature they say shouldn’t be possible, the magazine said.
- After the Big Bang, matter had to form, Newsweek added.
- But if there were equal measures of particles and antiparticles, the universe wouldn’t exist since particles and antiparticles annihilate each other upon contact, the magazine continued.
- Therefore there must be an imbalance between them, Newsweek noted.
- But apparently there is no imbalance, the magazine said.
A plaque honoring America’s first president at the church he attended for more than two decades — Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia — is being removed after complaints.
Plaques honoring George Washington and Confederate General Robert E. Lee are being removed because they apparently make church visitors feel unwelcome and are too controversial, according to the church’s leaders. Currently, plaques are placed where the two historic men most often sat in the church’s sanctuary.
“The plaques in our sanctuary make some in our presence feel unsafe or unwelcome. Some visitors and guests who worship with us choose not to return because they receive an unintended message from the prominent presence of the plaques,” the church leaders said.