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Union County church vandalized

UNION COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – A Union County church was found vandalized Tuesday morning: swastikas and satanic phrases were spray-painted on walls, furniture was damaged, and bibles were torn apart.Full story

Poll shows disparity in how people feel about race relations

  A majority of Americans believe that people are not judged by the color of their skin in this country, but there is a sharp disparity when the poll is broken down by race. Bishop T.D. Jakes, the founder of the Potter’s House will share his thoughts with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin.

King David-Era Palace Found in Israel, Archaeologists Say

Archaeologists say they've uncovered two royal buildings from Israel's biblical past, including a palace suspected to have belonged to King David. Full story

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A look at Gov. McDonnell’s myopic view of Christian morality

Christian ministry that backed ‘gay therapy’ apologizes, shuts down

Bible-burning Egyptian cleric jailed for 11 years

Toddler's Exorcism Death Part of Dark History

Noah's Ark theme park wants to show the Flood was 'plausible'

Decades later, civil rights as crucial as ever

Ask Rev: Sharpton reveals his favorite Bible verse, answers other viewer questions

Group wants atheist books placed with Bibles in Georgia state parks

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  Divides on gay rights in the black community continue

The Cycle welcomes Yoruba Richen, the filmmaker behind “The New Black,” and Karess Taylor-Hughes, one of the activists she profiles, to discuss gay rights in Black America.

  The Bible justifies cutting food stamps?

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell rewrites a congressman on the agriculture committee who voted against food stamps, but who has received millions in government subsidies for his farm.

  The member of Congress pushing back against SNAP cuts

Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., joins Melissa Harris-Perry and her panel to talk about the recent approval in the House Agriculture Committee of a farm bill that would eliminate more than $20 billion from the SNAP budget, cutting nearly two million people from food assistance.

  Rev. Sharpton shares his favorite Bible verse

In the latest installment of Ask Rev, Sharpton answers viewers questions, vowing to fight for Susan Rice’s apology and revealing his take on politics and his favorite Bible verse.

  Bashir: GOP won’t practice what it preaches on helping needy

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