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The news came as a shock in the midst of a year of unrelenting shocks, yet another jolt of massive proportions. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died at the age of 87. That her death took place as Jews around the world had begun to observe Rosh HaShanah, the traditional Jewish New Year, was not lost on many Jewish commentators.
A little more than one in 10 (12 percent) of U.S. millennials and Gen Z agreed that they had never heard of, or don't think they've heard, of the word "Holocaust" before, and 15 percent of respondents thought it is acceptable for someone to have neo-Nazi views.
World Health organization Director General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has declared that finding a vaccine for COVID-19 is not the final goal. No, the ultimate aim is the "reordering of society."
Do you look on with astonishment at Antifa and other extreme groups rioting and shouting “death to America?” How could all this happen? Where did all these young people come from who hate the US?
Turkey's Erdoğan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani understand that in order for them to continue on the path of violating international law and rules of sovereignty, they must unite and counter those who threaten these ambitions.
Trump and his team were willing to break ranks with generations of American policymakers who insisted that terrorists are the true peacemakers and that the road to peace is appeasement.
Today, we like to think that we are so much more "advanced" than they were back then, but the truth is that our society is in the process of falling apart all around us. Could it be possible that we could learn some important lessons by looking back at how Americans lived 70 years ago?
Just when the church needs to be clear and bold about our triune God, the Scriptures, sin, and salvation, many evangelicals are evidently being influenced more by this cultural drift than by the Word of God.
The signing of normalization agreements between Israel and Muslim-majority Sunni Gulf States the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain represents the end of an era of pan-Arab belligerence towards the Jewish state, and the formal acknowledgment that it is a permanent fixture in the Middle East.