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Hundreds of Botched Abortions Were Carried out at Abortion Chain, Report Discovers

Marie Stopes International clinics have been investigated and found to have performed 373 botched abortions, which resulted in women needing emergency medical care.

According to The Christian Institute, the Care Quality Commission undertook an investigation into the medical practices of the abortion giant and discovered that, in a period of just eight weeks, medical personnel at the clinics performed 373 botched abortions.

Additionally, 11 women needed to be transferred to a hospital after undergoing an abortion procedure.

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'God Has Tears in His Eyes': Switchfoot Addresses Charlottesville Tragedy at Virginia Concert

On Sunday night, while performing before thousands in northern Virginia, Grammy Award winning pop/rock band Switchfoot addressed the racially charged unrest that made headlines worldwide. “My heart goes out to my friends in Charlottesville,” began frontman Jon Foreman, to cheers of agreement from the crowd

As Foreman shared about his personal connection to the events that unfolded one hundred miles away, a hush fell over the thousands of fans gathered at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Va.

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The Cana Wedding Wine Jars Were Likely Crafted in a Cave and Archaeologists Think They’ve Found It

Do you remember the story of Jesus’ first miracle when he turned water into wine at a wedding feast in Cana of Galilee? This miracle is recorded in John 2:1-11. Recently, archaeologists have discovered what they believe is the workshop where the vessels were made that likely held the water (and wine) at the wedding feast.

An archaeological team with the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) is currently excavating a quarry that was used for producing chalkstone containers during the Roman era, according to Christian Today. The quarry is located in Reina in Lower Galilee.

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What is the Biblical Significance of the Upcoming Solar Eclipse? 8 Christian Leaders Explain

On August 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible across the U.S. Hundreds of viewing parties for this amazing and rare astronomical phenomenon have been scheduled from coast to coast, but many Christian leaders believe this event is more than an incredible scientific occurrence. Many believe it is a prophetic sign that we are living in the end times and that Christ's return is imminent. Many of these leaders point to Scripture passages, particularly in Revelation, which talk about the end of the age and the signs to look out for. Here is what 10 Christian leaders had to say about this total solar eclipse. What do you think? Is this event truly a sign of the end times? Are you planning on viewing it?

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Is This Unearthed Fishing Village the Birthplace of Three of Jesus’ Apostles?

Archaeologists excavating in northern Israel believe they may have discovered the biblical city of Bethsaida, the hometown of three of Jesus’ apostles on the shores of the Sea of Galilee.

For decades archaeologists have searched for the fishing village where apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip lived, according to the New Testament (John 1:44; 12:21). Three possible sites in the area had been identified but all were inconclusive.

This summer, however, during the second year of excavating, a team from Israel’s Kinneret College discovered remnants of a Roman-era bathhouse, potsherds and coins from the first to third centuries.

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Will Polygamy Be Legalized in the U.S.?

Acceptance of polygamy is at an all-time high, according to recent Gallup poll. The survey found 17 percent of Americans say the practice of having more than one spouse is “morally acceptable,” up from 14 percent a year ago and more than double the 7 percent who found it acceptable when Gallup started polling in 2003.

This despite the fact that polygamy is still illegal in all 50 states.

Even though polygamy is practiced in some religious sects, Gallup found nonreligious people are much more accepting. Between 2011 and 2017, 32 percent of Americans who did not identify with a religion found the practice “morally acceptable.”

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Christians Killed, Injured in Church Shooting in Southern Nigeria

At least 11 people were killed in an attack on a Catholic church service in southern Nigeria today that apparently was rooted in a conflict with a relative of one of the parishioners, authorities said.

At least 18 others were injured in the shooting at St. Philip’s Catholic Church in Amakwa Ozobulu, near Onitsha of Ekwusigo Local Government Area (LGA) in tiny Anambra state, a state official said.

A police statement emailed to Morning Star News stated that “unknown gunmen” attacked.

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