Crosstalk: November 15, 2017
Jim presented the following examples that show how the culture of death continues in our world today. However, there are examples where God has placed individuals in specific circumstances and they are standing up for life. Stories included:
--A shooting near a California elementary school (about 130 miles north of Sacramento) has resulted in the loss of lives.
--A New Mexico pharmacy is facing a lawsuit after one if its employees refused to fill a prescription that they thought might be used to abort an unborn baby.
--Planned Parenthood lawyers are urging a federal court to block an Indiana law that requires the abortion industry to give women an ultrasound of their unborn child at least 18 hours before an abortion.
--Jennifer and Jonathan Soros (George's daughter-in-law and son) gave $5,000 each to Planned Parenthood.
--A Missouri satanist who had an abortion, is suing the state to strike down a Missouri law making her wait.
--California forcing pro-life crisis pregnancy centers to promote abortion.
--The FBI has now asked the Senate for unredacted documents obtained from abortion providers, signaling that agents may be investigating whether Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers illegally sold fetal tissue and body parts.
--The Trump administration is blocking political and financial support for abortion groups in the highest echelons of international diplomacy, including the most recent G7 and G20 meetings.
--Abortion activists in England bashing Operation Christmas Child because its leader is a pro-life Christian.
--Many Michigan lawmakers think the answer to this question should be 'yes': If someone attacks a pregnant woman and kills her unborn baby, should he be charged with two crimes?
--President Trump named former Scalia clerk Alex Azar as the new Health and Human Services secretary.
--Doctors in Canada have reported an increase in the conversations about legalizing assisted suicide for children.
--The Alliance Defending Freedom has filed an application with the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of a Belgian man whose mother was euthanized without him being informed.
--A Democrat legislator says that women have every right to abort a baby just because they have Down Syndrome.
--Frank Stephens, a Down Syndrome man, gave an eloquent speech in favor of life before the House Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and the Education Committee on Appropriations.
--A coalition of environmental groups wants to have a federal court grant personhood to the Colorado River and its tributaries.
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