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An empty podium with mics on both sides stands in front of an American flag, illustrating the recent presidential debates. © By niyazz/stock.adobe.com

GOP rivals debated last night, Donald Trump surrenders today

Children dance at the recovery camp for children and their mothers affected by the war near Lviv, Ukraine, Wednesday, May 3, 2023. A generation of Ukrainian children have seen their lives upended by Russia's invasion of their country. Hundreds of kids have been killed. For the survivors, the wide-ranging trauma is certain to leave psychological scars that will follow them into adolescence and adulthood. UNICEF says an estimated 1.5 million Ukrainian children are at risk of mental health issues. (AP Photo/Hanna Arhirova)

The children of Ukraine are paying the true cost of war: How to be a peacemaker where you live

FILE - Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, walks to a motorcade vehicle after stepping off Air Force One with President Biden, Feb. 4, 2023, at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base in Syracuse, N.Y. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

Noises detected in search for missing Titanic submersible; Hunter Biden will plead guilty in tax, weapon case

A line chart with a yellow arrow zigzagging up and down, ultimately trending up, an illustration of a recent Gallup poll that says more Americans ascribe to social conservatism than are liberal or moderate. © By Eightshot Studio/stock.adobe.com

Social conservatism in US rises to highest levels since 2012

Former President Donald Trump arrives at Miami International Airport, Monday, June 12, 2023. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Donald Trump to be arraigned today: Is democracy “in danger of collapse”?

“The Courage to Stand” and “Losing Our Religion”: A conversation with Dr. Russell Moore

FILE - Rev. Pat Robertson poses a question to a Republican presidential candidate during a forum at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va., Oct. 23, 2015. Robertson, a religious broadcaster who turned a tiny Virginia station into the global Christian Broadcasting Network, tried a run for president and helped make religion central to Republican Party politics in America through his Christian Coalition, has died. He was 93. Robertson's death Thursday, June 8, 2023 was announced by his broadcasting network. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)

The life, legacy, and controversies of Pat Robertson

Streets are flooded in Kherson, Ukraine, Wednesday, June 7, 2023 after the walls of the Kakhovka dam collapsed. Residents of southern Ukraine, some who spent the night on rooftops, braced for a second day of swelling floodwaters on Wednesday as authorities warned that a Dnieper River dam breach would continue to unleash pent-up waters from a giant reservoir. (AP Photo/Libkos)

Who destroyed the Nova Kakhovka dam in Ukraine? And why it matters to you

This image made from video of a fake video featuring former President Barack Obama shows elements of facial mapping used in new technology that lets anyone make videos of real people appearing to say things they've never said. There is rising concern that U.S. adversaries will use new technology to make authentic-looking videos to influence political campaigns or jeopardize national security.

How do you spot a deepfake video?

Depressed teen looks out window holding a phone

Are conservative teenagers happier than their liberal peers?

Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," poses for photos in a Fox News Channel studio, in New York.

Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon are out of a job: Why we can’t escape the consequences of our choices

A smartphone displaying the TiTok logo sits atop a Chinese flag and an American flag, illustrative of the long-discussed TikTok ban that may occur in the US. © By Joaquin Corbalan/stock.adobe.com

Will the US ban TikTok? Listening for God amidst the noise of the world

Former President Donald Trump arrives at Trump Tower in New York, Monday, April 3, 2023. Trump is expected to be booked and arraigned the following day on charges arising from hush money payments during his 2016 campaign. (AP Photo/Bryan Woolston)

Why the indictment of Donald Trump is so encouraging for America

FILE - Former President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC 2023, March 4, 2023, at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Md. Trump said in a social media post that he expects to be arrested Tuesday as a New York prosecutor is eyeing charges in a case examining hush money paid to women who alleged sexual encounters with the former president. Trump provided no evidence that suggested he was directly informed of a pending arrest and did not say how he knew of such plans. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Will Donald Trump be indicted today? A week “unlike any other in American politics”

This combination of photos shows former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden, right. Biden and Trump are preparing for a possible rematch in 2024. (AP Photo/File). Biden and Trump represent the growing partisan animosity that has some voters wondering if America should get a divorce. This combination of photos shows former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden, right. Biden and Trump are preparing for a possible rematch in 2024. (AP Photo/File). Biden and Trump represent the growing partisan animosity that has some voters wondering: Should America should get a divorce?

Should the United States get a “national divorce”?

NYC Mayor Eric Adams speaking at an event in New York

NYC Mayor Eric Adams provokes firestorm with comments on church and state

Courtroom with US flag and Tennessee's flag side by side. Tennessee passes law limited drag shows

Tennessee passes nation’s first law limiting drag shows

Unaccompanied minors enter US and work in harsh conditions, despite having sponsor families. A hand grips iron bars at a construction site.

Explosion of unaccompanied migrant children leads to exploitation in “brutal” jobs

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Authority in modern America: How do Christians know truth?

A cockroach sits on a wooden plank. For $10 as part of a Valentine's Day promotion, the San Antonio Zoo will name a cockroach after your ex and feed it to an animal. © Luis2499/stock.adobe.com

Zoo lets you name a cockroach after an ex and feed it to an animal

President Joe Biden speaks at the National Prayer Breakfast, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

National Prayer Breakfast splits from “The Family,” Congress takes over

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Should Christians pursue power? A conversation with David French

A pregnant woman shows her ultrasound to the camera. © By eggeeggjiew/stock.adobe.com

Number of abortions in Texas dropped 99 percent

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

Is the “Respect for Marriage Act” a threat to religious liberty?

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