MacArthur sees threats as chance for jail ministry

(OneNewsNow) "Bring it on!" That's what Pastor John MacArthur is saying about threats of fines and jail time for holding indoor worship services at his California church.

"We received a letter with the threat that we could be fined or I could go to jail for a maximum of six months," MacArthur of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley told "The Ingraham Angle" television program (see interview below). "My biblical hero apart from the Lord Jesus Christ is the Apostle Paul … and when he went to a town, he didn't ask what the hotel was like – he asked what the jail was like, because he knew that's where he was going to spend his time."

Teacher’s Assignment Compares Police to KKK, Slave Owners

(Daily Signal) On the first day of classes, a high school teacher in Westchester County issued an assignment that included a comic style strip comparing police officers to slave owners and Ku Klux Klan members, the New York Post reported.

The assignment was part of a chapter on “European Colonization of America,” given by Westlake High School teacher Christopher Moreno to 11th-graders on Sept. 8, the Post reported.

The image depicted five versions of the same illustration that depicted one man kneeling on another’s neck, according to a picture of the assignment obtained by the Post. Types of men shown kneeling included a slaver, a KKK member, and a police officer.

The Persecution of the Church -- California Style

(FRC) In the not too distant past, it would have been difficult to imagine a scenario in the United States where government officials would have the temerity to threaten churches for holding indoor worship services. However, as the coronavirus pandemic abates, and the nation returns to work, certain states and cities continue to reveal a startling level of bias against churches. Nowhere has this mistreatment been more flagrant than in California...


But many pastors are refusing to stay silent about California's ongoing campaign against churches. One such example is Che Ahn, Senior Pastor of Harvest Rock Church who joined Tony Perkins on Washington Watch last Thursday to explain the unfolding situation in Pasadena.

Burger chains confusing love and perversion

(OneNewsNow) In Finland, where Burger King is running an ad campaign featuring its mascot kissing Ronald McDonald, one conservative activist says the restaurant chain has made another assault on youth and the culture.

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) and The Center for Morality tells OneNewsNow Burger King is promoting sexual deviance in the name of love with its new "Love Conquers All" slogan.

"It's sad because woke corporations are now in the vanguard of cultural Marxism," LaBarbera laments. "This stunt by Burger King has nothing to do with selling burgers and fries and everything to do with selling perversion and the left's sexual agenda."

The Domino Effect of Worldview

(FRC) New research from George Barna indicates that the percentage of Americans who hold a biblical worldview has declined yet again. Despite this decline, the outcome of the upcoming presidential election could very well be decided by evangelical Christians' level of participation.

FRC's new Senior Research Fellow for Christian Ethics and Biblical Worldview, George Barna, found in his most recent study from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University that only six percent of Americans hold a biblical worldview (i.e., a view of the world that is informed by Scripture). Earlier this week, George joined Tony Perkins on "Washington Watch"to discuss his findings and what they reveal about the 2020 election.

According to Barna, a worldview is the "filter through which you look at all experiences and information and decide how you're going to respond." Because worldview consists of a person's most fundamental assumptions and beliefs about truth, it is central to how humans experience the world and interact with one another in society. As Barna explained, "People do what they believe." The same holds true for how we engage politically.

UN Fails to Protect Kids from Sex Trafficking

(LifeNews) Pro-life organizations and groups working against sex trafficking are expressing alarm that Tlaleng Mofokeng will use her new role to push a dangerous sexual agenda on children across the world.

Mofokeng is the new special rapporteur on the right to health at the UN, The Church Militant reports. The position has a six-year term.

“[She’s] a doctor groomed by the international sexual and reproductive health establishment to advocate for unfettered sexual autonomy, including legal prostitution, homosexuality, abortion and children’s sexual autonomy,” said Stefano Gennarini, J.D., vice president for the Center for Legal Studies at C-Fam.

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