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A black and white photo of a billboard that shows 3 children with their parents on their knees praying together with a caption next to them saying: The Family That Prays Together Stays Together. Also, this looks to be a picture taken at night with a car from the 1950’s era off to the side.

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America’s Religious Decline: The Cause and Effect

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor In my last article "America's Religious Decline: Our Changing Country," I talked about how religious affiliation is on the decline as well as church membership. In this article, I want to discuss how other factors in society seem to be on the rise in proportion. Disclaimer: I am in no way taking any side, religious or not, or saying one thing is right while another […]

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A black and white photo of a billboard that shows 3 children with their parents on their knees praying together with a caption next to them saying: The Family That Prays Together Stays Together. Also, this looks to be a picture taken at night with a car from the 1950’s era off to the side.

Lifestyle

America’s Religious Decline: Our Changing Country

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor On March 29th, 2021, a Gallup poll showed that church membership fell below a majority (50%) for the first time in recorded American history, adding to a now very steady decline. Gallup is an 86-year-old company based in Washington D.C. that conducts opinion polls worldwide. They are a very reputable firm and one of the best in the industry. Last year, as Covid pretty much […]

todayApril 19, 2021 23 1

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Lifestyle

Podcasts on the Other Side of Town

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor Whether it's presented in audio format or video, podcasts have an important impact on people’s lives. Most podcasts are listenable through Apple Podcasts or the iTunes store; however, there are even a few featured on YouTube in audiobook style. Podcasts, to some, are the key used for relaxation, getting information and killing time.  There are many different types of podcasts. Podcasts could be based on […]

todayFebruary 1, 2020 3

Bobcat Radio

Kassi Hormuth and Erin Hoppe Join the Show

By Parker Rhea Sports Director Parker Rhea, Alex Gibbs and Reed Graff are back with another jam-packed Bobcat Radio. They discuss football and the playing time of Texas State wide receiver Eric Luna, and they have a great conversation with senior soccer player and Sun Belt Offensive player of the week Kassi Hormuth at 11:10 A.M. The entertainment continues when Volleyball senior Erin Hoppe calls in at the thirty mark […]

todayOctober 20, 2017 17

Web Content

Yes, We Do Need Jesus

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor  If you read my blog about non-biological human engineering, you would know that I am a Christian. I am still getting to know God, which I feel is fine because I know if I am going to work on a relationship with anyone for the rest of my life it should be with him. I also grew up going to church almost every Sunday […]

todayAugust 6, 2017 1 1

Web Content

The Stigma of Bioethics

By Allison Johnson Blog Content Contributor My freshman year of high school, I was introduced to the topic of bioethics. We were covering a unit that talked about Dolly the sheep. For those who are not familiar, Dolly is the first mammal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell successfully. If you’re not a biology expert like me, you might want to hear how they did it in layman’s […]

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Web Content

What Makes Easter Awesome

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Easter is a joyful holiday when people spend time celebrating faith, hope and love. A lot takes place on this holiday: churches put on large events, families and friends spend time with one another and the world just ends up feeling a little bit sweeter than it normally does. Below are a few elaborations about the awesomeness of Easter. When celebrating Easter make […]

todayApril 16, 2017 3

News

Two Sides of a Religious Debate

Do you all remember Cliffe Knechtle, the pastor that was in the quad about two weeks ago? He was debating against Matt Dillahunty, the former president of the atheist community of Austin. Well I had the opportunity to speak to both Knechtle and Dillahunty. I was curious as to what both of their purposes for participating in the debate was,  so I decided to ask both of them and Knechtle […]

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