Daily Headlines on contemporary issues that run counter to a Biblical Christian worldview.
| Pro-Life Politicts | Gay Bishop | School Boards | Abortion Survival |
Pro-Life Politics – The Washington Stand – “Pro-Life Actions Help Propel Republican Governors to Re-election… In the wake of this year’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, many Republican politicos steered back from strong pro-life messaging in an inflamed political climate, leaning into other top voter priorities such as the economy and the border…. It turns out, Democrats were right — midterm voters cared about the abortion issue more than many Republicans gave credit for. While voters remain concerned over the economy, the border, and education, strong pro-life policy was a winning issue for several incumbent Republican governors.
Gay Bishop – Fox News- “United Methodist Church body elects openly gay bishop in violation of its rules: ‘Inmates running the asylum’.. The UMC Western Jurisdiction, which encompasses the western U.S. and Alaska, voted to promote Rev. Cedrick D. Bridgeforth of the California-Pacific Conference to the rank of bishop on Nov. 4 after Bridgeforth secured 73 votes out of the 93 cast. He needed 63 votes to win.”
School Boards – The Daily Signal – “DeSantis-Endorsed School Board Candidates Win in Florida… While school board races are historically nonpartisan, parents’ outrage over critical race theory, transgender activism, and COVID-19 lockdowns in schools have galvanized a parental rights movement that Republicans largely support and Democrats largely oppose. The parents rights group Moms for Liberty also endorsed many of the candidates DeSantis backed.”
Abortion Survival – Fox News – “Montana rejects ballot measure to require medical care for ‘infants who are born alive’… Montana voters rejected the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act that would have required medical professionals to perform lifesaving medical care on infants who survived abortions or were born prematurely… The pro-life measure would not have prevented Montana residents from receiving abortions, but would have required “medical care be provided to infants born alive” as a result of a natural or induced labor, failed abortion or a cesarean section.