Boo the Moo

Scientists at the University of Oxford recently recommended a new way for the UK to raise £700m ($920m USD) for their healthcare system: a meat tax. Precisely, they recommend a 14% tax on red meat and 79% of processed meat. Researchers believe the meat tax could prevent 6,000 deaths per

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Adventist Day

A few weeks ago, the Brazilian state of Pará passed a law declaring October 22 to be “Adventist Day,” after Sao Paulo did the same last year. Both states together represent 52 million people, or 25% of the entire nation. This allows the Adventist church to use public spaces to

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Pastor Plagiarizer

A “mega” church in Woodland Park, Colorado, is looking for a pastor, so I checked out the ad. It read: “This post is going to be nothing like any other church job post.” OK, I’m listening. “People are hungry but the spiritual food in the churches here are without flavor

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A Little Sugar Sugar

LifeWay Research recently found that 70% of Christians believe “God wants me to prosper financially.” 25% of Christians believe that “to receive material blessings from God, I have to do something for God.” Christians in the American South are most likely to believe these things, as are Pentecostals, Baptists, and

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