The Temple Institute launched its Red Heifer program about a decade ago, but even in Temple times, an animal that fulfilled the Biblical requirements was exceedingly rare. Failing to produce a suitable candidate from ranchers in Israel, The Temple Institute began investigating alternative sources for a red heifer including many ranches in the US.
From Nigerian villages devastated by Fulani militia to Afghans fleeing the Taliban, religious oppression is a global crisis. International Christian Concern has unveiled their 2022 Persecutor of the Year Awards report, shedding light on the atrocities men and women of faith face around the world.
While the Biden administration continues to talk about its commitment to the "two-state solution," a majority of the Palestinians are saying that they support the Islamist Hamas terror group and want to see more terrorist attacks against Jews.
While American supermarkets have been experiencing shortages and prices have been rising, so far, we haven't truly seen food rationing. We've been rationing infant formula, but that's about it. European countries, however, cannot say the same and it could be a warning to what will happen here in the near future.
The US consumer is tapping out under the weight of inflation, maxed out credit cards, collapsed personal savings, and negative real-wage growth.
The Presbyterian Church of the United States of America, an umbrella group representing churches across the country claiming over 1.7 million members, has passed several anti-Israel resolutions including one that labeled Israel an apartheid state.
Western Christians facing legal penalties for sharing the Bible say their persecution has opened up new opportunities to share the gospel with wider audiences than ever.
In times of chaos and economic instability, dangerous political leaders and demagogues capture the public imagination. Past economic crises led to the rise of Napoleon, the launch of the Bolshevik Revolution, and the consolidation of German state power in the hands off Adolph Hitler.
A tidal wave of evictions could be ahead. More than eight million Americans are behind on rent payments, and the CDC's series of eviction moratoriums has long since expired. In other words, the government safety net to keep people off the streets is gone.
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