Super Bowl 50 matches Christian quarterbacks; Wheaton College professor to leave; Rubio reaffirms pro-life stance

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Super Bowl 50: A matchup of two Christian quarterbacks

Sunday’s big game not only paired the NFL’s best teams but also brought together two proclaimed Christian quarterbacks, the Denver Bronco’s Peyton Manning and the Carolina Panthers Cam Newton.

Both men impact their communities in generous ways, with Newton spending time with Charleston shooting victims’ families and Manning’s many various community projects spanning the different states he’s lived and played in. But both quarterbacks say that their giving hearts stem from their love for God and the way they’ve been blessed.

The Denver Broncos were victorious, 24-10.

Wheaton College, professor announce amicable split

Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins and the school’s administration have agreed to part ways, the school announced Saturday, Feb. 5. Hawkins had been suspended with pay for her theological views, published on Facebook, which proclaimed Christians worship the same God as Muslims. An

Hawkins had been suspended with pay for her theological views, published on Facebook, which proclaimed Christians worship the same God as Muslims. An email statement said the two sides came to a place of resolution and reconciliation.”

Mormon Church opposed Utah medicinal marijuana bill

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is speaking out against a Utah state bill that would allow medical marijuana. The church will not offer an objection to another bill regarding medicinal use of the marijuana plant extract. Although it has a heavily vested interest in Utah state laws, the Utah Senate President says the LDS Church rarely lobbies the legislator.

Although it has a heavily vested interest in Utah state laws, the Utah Senate President says the LDS Church rarely lobbies the legislator.

Can a GOP presidential candidate be too pro-life? Rubio answers his critiques

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio strongly reaffirmed his pro-life positions in Saturday’s New Hampshire GOP debate, saying, “To me, the issue of life is not a political issue.” Rival candidates Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, who both

Rival candidates Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, who both offered concerns for a candidate not having exceptions in his pro-life position, have attacked Rubio, and he was asked about this at the debate. Several pro-life groups have joined together to pen open letters to Bush and Christie, among other candidates, asking them to end their attacks on the pro-life candidate.

Family from ‘The Blind Side’ roots on their adopted son, Carolina’s Michael Oher

Family is an important accessory if you’re playing in the Super Bowl, and one of this year’s most notable is the Tuohy family with their son, Carolina tackle Michael Oher. Many came to know Oher and his famous family after the release of the movie “

Many came to know Oher and his famous family after the release of the movie “The Blind Side” in 2009 starring Sandra Bullock and highlighting the family’s journey helping and adopting Oher. The family spoke of how the movie has propelled them into other opportunities to reach out and help others.

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