The church where the mass shooting took place is taped off in Sutherland Springs
Governor of Texas Greg Abbott led the call for prayers for the town of Sutherland Springs where 26 people died in a church shooting on 5 …
A senior US paediatrician says her profession has been “infiltrated” by transgender dogma which is resulting in “large scale child abuse”.
Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Paediatricians, complains: “Transgender ideology is not just infecting our laws. It is intruding into the lives of the most innocent among us — children — and with the apparent growing support of the professional medical community.”
Uber driver Bryan Kemper converts people to pro-life views while travelling in his car
Credit: Kjetil Ree/Wikimedia
Uber has had some unfavourable publicity recently, but one Uber driver has found that his customers are a captive audience for his anti-abortion discussions.
Suffering Christians: an average of five churches are attacked every Sunday in Nigeria
Plea to halt genocide in Nigeria
Christian leaders and human rights campaigners in Nigeria are warning that the systematic Islamist attacks in northern Nigeria are aimed at …
Alabama’s Supreme Court judge ruled that life begins at conception
An Alabama Supreme Court ruling has important implications for the pro-life movement, because it has accepted that the death of an unborn baby may have been a homicide. A killing can only be classed as a homicide if the victim is a person – not just a ‘foetus’.
LGBT pressure for the ‘right answers’ from science has resulted in biased research
According to a major US magazine, LGBT studies are being fabricated in order to support politically-correct opinions.
But now the scientific community itself is exposing the corrupted science that has involved using selective data to achieve the desired outcome.
Campaigners to sue US government for failing to stop jihadist genocide
Appeal to Trump to stop genocide
Frustration over the Obama administration’s inaction over the mass murder of Christians has led the American Centre for Law and Justice (ACLJ) to sue the US government.
After a long campaign to win the term ‘genocide’ for the relentless slaughter of Christians, as reported in this paper, the ACLJ claims that the Obama Administration refuses to take action.
By Dr Jim Denison
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More than any election I can remember, this campaign has left many in our country bitterly divided against those with whom they disagree.
Especially troubling is what The Washington Post calls “the post-election hate spike.”
In light of such vitriol, a perceptive reader reminded me of a relevant insight from C.S. Lewis in The Screwtape Letters. This classic book contains advice from a senior tempter to his apprentice. Its backward logic brilliantly unmasks some of Satan’s most subtle strategies. Consider this example:
by Dr Jim Denison – 9 November 2016
“The most stunning political upset in American history.” That’s how ABC News commentator George Stephanopoulos described Donald Trump’s victory in last night’s election. Mr. Trump shocked the world by winning the White House as Republicans maintained control of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Early this morning I watched history being made as the president-elect accepted his decisive victory with a speech that was gracious and positive. In coming days, we will explore the meaning of his election for our culture. For now, let’s remember that Christians are called to pray for our leaders (1 Timothy 2:1–2) and to support them (Romans 13:1). Such intercession for our incoming leadership begins today.
Many Christians are asking what else we should do. To address this question, I’ve written an in-depth essay: