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A commercial appears on the television screen. It’s going to be an unusually long commercial. Snow is falling and the words and music of “Silent Night” are playing softly in the background as one picture after another, obviously intended to be heartbreaking and haunting, appear on the screen. The voiceover is plaintively and pleadingly asking for help, urgently and immediately needed, that will insure the “rescue” of these unfortunates who “have only known cruelty,” and whose lives are in “imminent danger every day.” These unfortunates are “suffering so much,” they “need a warm and loving home,” and they need “a chance at life” that viewers can give them if they only will.
The woman’s voice in the commercial pleads for viewers to go immediately to the...
Startling news from the Pew Research Center's 2017 study regarding Americans' views on abortion. Most alarming is the opinion on the legality of abortion by those who identify as Christian when asked. In all categories of respondents, with the exception of white evangelical protestants, the majority of those identifying as Christians surveyed said that they believe abortion should be legal in allor at least most cases. What is just as concerning is that the study shows that public support for abortion among American adults in general remains as high as it has ever been in two decades of polling with favorability for abortion still resting on the uptick for the second year in a row.
What does this tell us about the state of Chris...