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“If I’m being really honest, I was tired of God being dead.”

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“Claire and I are angry, heartbroken and ashamed.”

DEAN GREGORY, father of 8-month-old infant Indi Gregory, who died Nov. 13 days after a British judge ordered the child’s life support removed. U.K. courts refused the parents’ request to transfer their daughter home from the hospital or to Italy for additional medical care after Nottingham doctors decided that further treatment was futile due to Indi’s incurable mitochondrial disease.

“If I’m being really honest, I was tired of God being dead.”

DIANA HELMUTH, 33, explaining to NPR’s All Things Considered why she decided to study and practice witchcraft after rejecting religious belief and spirituality for most of her life. “I didn’t want to feel like I didn’t care about the divine anymore.”

“We don’t just emphasize the right or wrong answer, we emphasize the journey.”

SHAWN McNEIL, an assistant superintendent at Pittsburgh Public Schools, explaining to KDKA News the district’s plan to teach ­“anti-racist math” in classrooms.

“I sincerely hope other innocent people will be spared the same ordeal for simply voicing their convictions.”

Finnish Member of Parliament PÄIVI RÄSÄNEN, following the Helsinki Court of Appeal’s Nov. 14 dismissal of hate speech charges against her for tweeting a Bible passage condemning homosexuality in 2019.


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