MTV has pulled a life-affirming advertisement run on its network by the pro-life group Heroic Media, suggesting that the group’s pro-life motives were a strong factor in the decision to ban the commercial. The ad, which has aired on MTV over the past year, was scheduled to be run during the month of May. It features a young woman struggling with an unexpected pregnancy and directs viewers to a toll-free crisis pregnancy line.

Adam and GodEven as the news media reported on a study conducted by Oxford University which found that faith in God appears to be an innate trait for human beings, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking denounced all such faith, and proclaimed notions of “heaven or afterlife” as “a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.”

Connecticut's New London High School (left) board recently passed a requirement that all its students must attain a certain level of proficiency in English in order to graduate.

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On Monday evening, the 19th annual Movieguide Faith and Values Awards enjoyed a public airing on the Hallmark Movie Channel. The airing of the show marked a major transition for the Movieguide Awards, as it indicates that not only is the Awards show gaining a foothold in Hollywood, but so are wholesome, Christian films.

Parents in New Zealand have recently been appalled to discover that the country's schools are assisting teenage girls in obtaining secret abortions.

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