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Friday, October 7, 2022

Daily Headlines on contemporary issues that run counter to a Biblical Christian worldview.

Abortion | Christian Fear | Gender Care | End Times Books 

Abortion – Politico – “66 clinics across 15 states have stopped offering abortions post-Roe… As of Wednesday, abortions are almost entirely unavailable in 14 states and significantly limited in a 15th, according to a new report from the Guttmacher Institute… As of Wednesday, abortions are almost entirely unavailable in 14 states — Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin. And access is significantly limited in a 15th state, Georgia, where the procedure is allowed until the detection of fetal cardiac activity, which usually happens around six weeks of pregnancy.”

Christian Fear – The Washington Stand – “The Left Isn’t Afraid of Christian Nationalism. They’re Afraid of Christians…. A strange development is taking place in the American political landscape. At precisely the moment the Left is sounding the alarm about the growing threat of “Christian nationalism” (see here, here, here, and here), they are increasingly employing religious arguments in support of their policy preferences. Perhaps the most glaring example is California Governor Gavin Newsom’s (D) decision to quote Jesus in a series of billboards he placed in seven states to advertise the state’s new abortion tourism laws. Recently, California decided they will not only pay for the abortions of people who live in other states, they’ll cover travel expenses as well.”

Gender Care – Reuters – “Across the United States, thousands of youths are lining up for gender-affirming care. But when families decide to take the medical route, they must make decisions about life-altering treatments that have little scientific evidence of their long-term safety and efficacy.”

End Times Books – Slate – “Why Growing Parts of the Christian Right Are Convinced It’s the Apocalypse… If you peruse the list of recent releases in Christian publishing, you’ll get the sense that “the end times” are upon us. This summer saw the release of survival guides, books about current events, and prayer manuals all oriented around a rapture, a second coming of Christ, or an otherwise cataclysmic event at the hands of God…. According to Publishers Weekly, this spate of end-times books is being printed to meet demand. It’s what the readers want.”

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