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"We've got a lot of Belgian beers. They're brewed by monks, so you could say they are Christian beers."
Steve Vera, Calvin Seminary student and volunteer bartender at Grace's, a Christian pub in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The bar gives its profits to aid and missions agencies and encourages evangelism.
"Peachy News: Jesus is Alive."
Sybil Peachlum, on a yard sign banned by the government of York, Pa. In June, the 3rd U.S. District Court of Appeals reinstated her free speech lawsuit, saying her claim "is clearly ripe."
"It is simply too late now, 30 years after the fact, for McCorvey to revisit that judgment."
Judge David Godbey, denying a motion by Norma McCorvey (" Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade) to reopen—and overturn—the landmark case.
"According to our faith, I'm the head of the household. I'm responsible for what she does, and no one can punish her except me."
Brad L. Barnhill, saying he, not his wife, should pay the traffic fine she received for breastfeeding while driving. He belongs to the First Christian Fellowship for Eternal Sovereignty. citations: The Grand Rapids Press, Associated Press, Beacon Journal

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