Daily Headlines on contemporary issues that impact a Biblical Christian worldview.
” Conversion therapy is a controversial practice of changing a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity through various means, often involving psychological or spiritual interventions.”
“Recent studies conducted by Pew Research Center have concluded that in 2020, 64% of Americans, including children, were Christian. People who are religiously unaffiliated, sometimes called religious “nones,” accounted for 30% of the US population. Other religions accounted for 6%.
If this rate continues, it is projected that by the year 2070, Christians will shrink to just above one-third (35%) while “nones” would rise to between 34 and 52% of the population.
What is happening to our country founded on Judeo-Christian values? Mission creep.”
Conservative school board hopefuls win seats in Texas; major city rejects abortion, marijuana decriminalization
“Conservative school board candidates saw mixed results in Texas elections last weekend and voters in one large city overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure that would have decriminalized abortion and marijuana.”
The men were held in solitary confinement for the first two months following their arrests and were initially denied access to a lawyer.
“Iran’s Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA) said the Arak Criminal Court convicted Mehrad and Fazeli-Zare in 2021 on blasphemy charges and sentenced them to death. The two men also received six-year prison sentences for “running groups to act against national security.”
“A public university in Florida will allow students to submit test scores from a college entrance exam that is said to be more rooted in Western classical and Christian traditions as an alternative to the ACT and SAT.
New College of Florida announced that it plans to become the first public university in the state to accept Classic Learning Test scores in place of the ACT or SAT by fall 2024.”
“The Holy Land Experience, one of America’s largest biblical theme parks, lies in ruins after Trinity Broadcasting Network spent more than $130 million on the project.
AdventHealth purchased the Orlando property from TBN in 2021 for $32 million. According to NBC News affiliate WESH, AdventHealth submitted plans to build a hospital on the site.”
“A constitutional attorney is sounding the alarm about a case he says could have sweeping religious liberty ramifications.
John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute, a nonprofit civil liberties organization, said his client, Rich Penkoski, was slapped with a five-year restraining order that prevents him from protesting online or in person the activities of an LGBT organization in Oklahoma.
As CBN News previously reported, the situation unfolded after the preacher posted his moral and religious concerns online, expressing his beliefs about a church that purportedly supported same-sex marriage and a drag queen performance in front of kids.”