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Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” is different but still controversial

Isabelle Panza November 3, 2019
Kanye West's new album is nothing short of controversy despite his new apparent lease on life. "Jesus is King" released on Oct. 25.
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Kendrick Lamar performs in at Melkweg in Amsterdam on Feb. 7, 2013. Lamar released his latest album, DAMN., on MERLJIN HOEK/FLICKR VIA CC BY-NC-ND 2.0>/em>

DAMN: Kendrick Lamar cements his legend with most introspective album to date

Mike Adams April 26, 2017
Call it cynicism or call it maturity, but Kendrick is done trying to save the Titanic. Nowadays, he’d rather just sit on top of the iceberg and flip it off while the whole thing goes under.
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Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos (right) meets with Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick (left) on Feb. 9. US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION/FLICKR VIA CC BY 2.0

A week in the life of new biology professor, Betsy DeVos

Emily Benson February 19, 2017
DeVos told us that she found a better textbook more suitable for our class. IT’S THE BIBLE.
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Keep your encyclopedia, Google works just fine

Keep your encyclopedia, Google works just fine

Andrew Goldstein April 27, 2016
Every advancement society makes is going to lead us away from skills we used to find important but are now either specialized skill sets or automated.
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Keep Christ in my Christmas Blend

Briana Finneran November 12, 2015
We Christians have had our beliefs spat upon for decades because of that whole “separation of church and state” and “basic human rights” nonsense.
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Kansas House passes time-travel bill

Matthew Boose February 20, 2014
Did you hear about the good Christian man who lost his faith? He was a respected and active member of his church community for decades. Then one day, a gay couple walked into his restaurant. He served them coffee. And just like that, in a flash, his faith abandoned him. His soul was extricated. In an instant, he had become a morose, atheist heathen. He got a nice big A tattooed on his left buttock. He started sacrificing goats to honor the memory of Christopher Hitchens. He even started writing snarky diatribes on Facebook.
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Why Creationism is not Science

Zachary Kurtz October 6, 2008
For the purposes of this article, I consider Creationism, also falsely know as "Creation Science," as the same thing as "Intelligent Design." While in reality, there are subtle differences; the Intelligent Design movement is merely a renewed attempted at hijacking science for the sake of religion, by the religious right in this (and other) countries.
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