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Monday, November 28, 2022

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

| Fauci | Marijuana | Soros Radio | Methodist Gone |

Fauci Deposed – World – “Fauci sits for deposition hearing on COVID-19… The Republican attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana have filed a lawsuit alleging the Biden Administration and social media companies worked together to censor speech about the origin of COVID-19 and the effectiveness of masks. Last month, a federal judge ruled that Fauci’s public comments made him a key figure and said he must sit for a deposition.”

Marijuana Danger – Christian Action League – “Smoking Marijuana is more Dangerous than Smoking Cigarettes, Groundbreaking Study Finds… A groundbreaking new study that ties marijuana usage to higher rates of emphysema and other types of lung damage should impact the debate over cannabis legalization in North Carolina, pro-family leaders say.

Soros Buying Conservative Radio – FoxNews – “Soros takeover: FCC clears path for liberal group to buy Spanish-language conservative talk radio stations… Miami’s iconic, Spanish-language conservative talk radio station Radio Mambi is one of the 18 stations the Soros-backed Latino Media Network will purchase from Televisa Univision for a reported $60 million. Radio Mambi, which is historically linked to the Cuban exile community and offers an anti-communism view, will be controlled by liberals once the deal is finalized.”

Methodists Leaving – ChristianHeadlines – “249 North Carolina Churches Vote to Leave UMC over Homosexuality Debate…On Saturday, during a special session of the UMC North Carolina Conference, delegates voted 957-165 in favor of the disaffiliation of 249 churches from the mainline denomination. The number of departing congregations represents about 32 percent of the regional body’s churches and about 22 percent of its membership, The North Carolina Conference reports.”

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