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Canadian Christians Branded As “UnCanadian” For Traditional Religious Beliefs

    Canadian Christians Branded As “UnCanadian” For Traditional Religious Beliefs   December 6, 2018 By Jonathon Van Maren Reprinted from: Prophecy News Watch (article originally appeared on Bridgehead.ca)     Attacks on freedom of religion and freedom of conscience are a near-constant in Canadian news cycles of late, from physicians fighting in court for […]

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Scotland Makes Lesbian, Homosexual, Bisexual and Transgender Indoctrination Mandatory For Schools

It is much more and far greater than merely a sad day the path that the once strong bastion of fundamental true Bible teaching and believing Scotland has taken. More than a mere sign of the times. But who is paying attention to the signs of the times? Who is speaking out against the abomination […]

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Doctors in Canada Propose Euthanizing Disabled Children

  Doctors in Canada Propose Euthanizing Disabled Children International By Alex Schadenberg December 3, 2018   |    Ottawa, Canada Reprinted from: LifeNews.com     Canada legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide in June 2016 under the term Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). In December 2016, the federal government announced that the Council of Canadian Academies […]

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BreakPoint: Assisted Suicide and Manipulating the Vulnerable

  BreakPoint: Assisted Suicide and Manipulating the Vulnerable A Cautionary Tale from Down Under by: John Stonestreet &  Roberto Rivera Category: , Christian Worldview, Life and Human Dignity November 26, 2018 Reprinted from: Breakpoint     No matter what advocates claim, in the end, assisted suicide will eventually lead to the most vulnerable among us […]

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“Between 6,000 and 10,000 churches in the U.S. are dying each year” – and that means that over 100 will die this week

For every action, inaction, circumstance there are consequences. We can determine our actions, our inactions and have a say over our circumstances. We have free will and choose that which we will do, that which we will believe, how we are to behave, so on; who we associate with, what we do, how we fashion […]

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