(Breakpoint) A couple of years ago, Jeremiah Johnston and his wife binge-watched the Amazon series “The Man in the High Castle.” The series is set in a world where Nazi Germany and Japan won World War II and now occupy the United States.
It’s a world where euthanasia is mandatory, and the ashes of victims fall on passersby. In other words, it’s a world without Christianity, not to mention Judaism. (Read More)
(LifeNews) A leading pro-abortion U.S. Senator today objected to a Senate vote on legislation that would stop infanticide. The vote would come after Virginia Governor Ralph Northam endorsed infanticide on a radio show last week.
Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse had wanted to vote on Monday on a bill to protect babies born alive after failed abortions. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) In last evening’s State of the Union address, President Trump made a special point to call out Governors Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) and Ralph Northam (D-VA) for their very recent advocacy of late-term abortion—up to the moment of delivery. In Northam’s case, he openly supported infanticide… (Read More)
(Alliance Defending Freedom) Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a friend-of-the-court brief Tuesday in federal court on behalf of Michigan legislators who strongly support a state law that helps connect more children with loving families by creating a friendly environment for adoption agencies. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) The head of a pro-Israel ministry says Christian organizations that are supporting the BDS movement should be ashamed of themselves.
On Sunday the Israeli government released a report it says reveals close links between the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanction movement against Israel and terrorist groups. (Read More)
(FRC) She sat in the dirty utility room, rocking him back and forth. He was tiny, barely 10 inches long when the doctors delivered him. His parents didn’t want to hold him, she was told. So for 45 minutes — the only 45 minutes he would have on earth — Jill cradled him, watching his chest rise and fall. (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) An explosion of bills in Texas is raising concern across the country that the coming showdown in Texas over religious freedom is nothing less than the launch of a national showdown on First Amendment religious freedom.
The 6 bills specifically targeting Christianity may be a preview of things to come. (Read More)
(LifeNews) While Congress and legislatures in other states have tried to pass laws called the Born Alive Infants Protection Act, which require doctors to provide appropriate medical care and treatment for babies who are born alive after a failed abortion, the state of New York is moving the other direction. New York now essentially allows infanticide. (Read More)
(Breakpoint) In 1902, Rudyard Kipling published a collection of children’s stories that became known as the “Just So Stories.” These were fanciful “explanations” for how various animals acquired their best-known characteristics, like the camel’s hump, the leopard’s spots, and the elephant’s trunk. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Language is a powerful tool and Matt Walsh has always understood that. Just as Democrats have turned the term “illegal immigrants” into “undocumented migrants” to be able to put a better spin on their views about border security, Walsh thinks it’s time for a new term to take advantage of that lexicon. (Read More)
(DailySignal) Just 28 days ago, Nancy Pelosi claimed the speaker’s gavel and promised that her House would be “bipartisan and unifying.” What have we seen since?
House Democrats are pushing to open the floodgates of millions of taxpayer dollars to pay for elective abortions—even as Pelosi insists that she can’t offer more than a dollar to build a border wall. (Read More)
(FRC) Pro-life individuals have a responsibility to communicate the pro-life message. Through civic participation, many pro-lifers put their beliefs into action, campaigning and voting for pro-life politicians and holding elected officials accountable for their positions on pro-life issues. However, when it comes to discussing pro-life issues with their friends and acquaintances, many pro-lifers hesitate. (Read More)
(LifeNews) The number of abortion clinics in America continued to decline in 2018, following a trend that has seen an overall decrease of 159 abortion facilities since 2012.
Overall, in 2018, 40 abortion facilities closed or no longer qualify as abortion clinics.
Today, there are a total of 697 abortion centers left in America – seven fewer than there were at the end of 2017. (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) Two of the most influential Christian organizations—The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) have announced they will now support the inclusion of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression in federal Civil Rights protections. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) Our approach to 2019 isn’t as much about resolving for change as it is about recognizing the challenges in front of us and confidently confronting those obstacles directly. We understand the realities of living in a fallen world, yet as believers we can have hope and confidence to face those realities by speaking truth and love. That’s what we will be doing in 2019. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Malvia, et al. found that from 1982-2005, the incidence of breast cancer had almost doubled. Breast cancer is now the leading cause of cancer deaths in women in India. India’s burden of breast cancer is ever increasing and now impacting 1.5 million women a year.
Moreover women suffering from breast cancer were a decade younger than women in western countries. Most breast cancers in India occur in women in their 30s and 40s! (Read More)