Daily Headlines on contemporary issues that run counter to a Biblical Christian worldview.
| Marriage | Kids | Trans | Abortion |
Marriage Act – CBN – “’A Gratuitous Swipe at People of Faith’: Conservatives Urge Americans to Call GOP Senators Before Monday Vote… Conservatives and faith leaders are sounding the alarm about a bill making its way through the lame-duck session of Congress – a controversial measure that would codify same-sex civil marriage in federal law… “What we can expect should this bill become law is more litigation against those institutions and individuals trying to live according to their sincerely held religious beliefs and moral convictions,” he wrote.”
Failing Our Kids – FoxNews – “’Atrocious and embarrassing’: Failing School Gets $5.3 Million in Tax Dollars Yearly… BALTIMORE (WBFF) – It’s hard to believe that a student with a 0.13 GPA, who missed hundreds of days of high school, could be ranked near the top half of his class. That is until you take a closer look at where he goes to school… According to her son’s transcripts, in four years, he’s earned 2.5 credits, he’s passed just three classes, and he was late or absent to school 359 days. France says she didn’t know any of this until February. Because, prior to then, the school never told her that her son was being promoted through the grades even though he failed most every class.”
Trans Teaching – World – “A pro-parent ruling LAW | Court affirms right to opt schoolchildren out of transgender teaching…Those three parents were vindicated on Oct. 27 when a federal judge chastised school district officials for allowing a teacher to promote her own views on gender dysphoria and gender transitioning. The court’s ruling, which rejected the school’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, does not end the case. Yet the decision from U.S. District Judge Joy Flowers Conti expressed support for parental rights and signals a likely win for the three mothers.”
Abortion Ban – Huffington Post – “Georgia Supreme Court Reinstates Abortion Ban… Georgia’s ban took effect in July, after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade… The decision immediately prohibited enforcement of the abortion ban statewide. Abortion providers had resumed performing the procedure past six weeks.”