Daily Headlines on contemporary issues that impact a Biblical Christian worldview.
“Such late-term abortions are legal in six states and the District of Columbia, according to tracking sites including Guttmacher.org, with 44 states limiting abortions either at conception or at some point before birth.
The Boulder Abortion Clinic where Hern works is one of four clinics in the U.S. that publicly advertise abortions past 24 weeks of gestation – counting from the mother’s last menstrual period – according to a study reported in the June 2022 edition of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health.“
“Ninety-nine percent of Evangelical Protestants believe that engaging in spiritual disciplines such as prayer, reading the Bible and having a strong Christian faith positively impact mental and physical health, according to a recent report by Grey Matter Research and Infinity Concepts.
“Only 19% of post-abortive women who supported abortion-on-demand actually sought help, but one-in-three said they would have benefited from talking to someone about their emotions.
The survey data show that abortion is more common than widely recognized. One of the women who regrets her abortion is Karin Barbito, whose teenage abortion led to years of torment, substance abuse, homelessness, and bouts of incarceration.”
Tim Keller’s Critique of Liberal Secularism
“Keller, the most influential Christian apologist and evangelical leader of his generation, died Friday at age 72. One spring day in 1970, a tall, slightly awkward undergraduate named Timothy Keller was standing with friends on the main quadrangle of Bucknell University’s campus in central …”
“While the number of Americans who celebrate Christmas as a cultural holiday is going strong, there has been a shocking rise in the number of people ditching Christianity — what sociologists call “nonverts.”
Pew Research Center estimates that Christians will be a minority of Americans by 2070 if current trends continue.
And it likely will, with the largest percentage of those losing their religion being young adults who are about as old as that REM reference: people around 30 and under.”
“The U.K. has some of the lowest levels of religiosity and belief in God in the world, according to a global study spanning dozens of countries.
The study by King’s College London’s Policy Institute found that large numbers of Britons do not believe in God, while those who say that God is not important to their life has reached record levels since the 1980s.
Researchers found that belief in Heaven and those praying and identifying as religious have also steadily fallen over the last four decades.”
AP reporter spars with State Department official over pronoun email confusion: ‘It’s wrong’
“State Department deputy spokesman Vedant Patel was pressed by a reporter in a contentious exchange Thursday over the department’s new policy that reportedly mandates the use of pronouns in all State Department emails.
At the conclusion of Patel’s Thursday briefing, Associated Press reporter Matt Lee, who covers the State Department, asked Patel to address the new internal pronoun policy which reportedly mandates all employees to include their pronouns in the ‘from’ field on all agency emails. Lee said he discovered the “mandatory” policy hours earlier during an email exchange with Patel’s colleagues.”