The daughter of current presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton says people on both ends of the political spectrum are skeptical about her parents’ faith.

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Friday, 05 February 2016 11:28

Baptists take sides in Texas abortion case

Conservative groups including the Southern Baptist Convention say a law regulating abortion clinics is beneficial for women’s health, while individuals aligned with the moderate Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and progressive Alliance of Baptists say a woman’s religious views — not those of legislators — is what matters in reproductive choice.

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Albert Mohler says “elections matter,” and “sometimes it is a matter of life and death.”

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Samuel Rodriguez, head of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, says Christians should not vote for pro-choice candidates out of political expediency because they support immigration reform.

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Russell Moore, a co-sponsor of the first-time event specifically for evangelicals coinciding with the January March for Life in Washington, said it’s time for the “reborn to stand up for the unborn.”

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More than 100 female lawyers have joined in an unusual friend-of-the-court brief to tell the U.S. Supreme Court about their own abortions and why their reproductive freedom was pivotal to their personal and professional lives.

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Kentucky Baptist Convention Executive Director Paul Chitwood has come out early in support of legislation intended to prohibit taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood.

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A group of progressive faith leaders called on the governor of Texas to restore funding for Planned Parenthood in an open letter Dec. 10.

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Karen Swallow Prior, a research fellow with the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, says there is no need for hyperbole in arguments against abortion.

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Pastor Mac Brunson of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Fla., read a verse the Sunday following Friday’s Planned Parenthood shootings from Ezekiel 18 warning that “the person who sins will die.”

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