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Why Science Hopes for Extraterrestrial Life

As multiple honest scientists have observed, a major reason for the search for purely physical explanations for phenomena is to prove God is not the answer. Why is this? Because, if there is no God, then the Bible is nullified, along with the moral law it teaches. In short, people hate being told how they should live their lives, even by their Creator. As a logical extension of this rebellious attitude, the hope of many scientists is to find life on other planets and nullify the “myth” that God created life on the earth as the Bible says He did.

China and Russia’s Growing Alliance

In a recent meeting in Beijing, the presidents of China and Russia, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, “pledged a ‘new era’ of partnership between the two most powerful rivals of the United States, which they cast as an aggressive Cold War hegemon sowing chaos across the world” (Reuters, May 17, 2024).

Millions of Abortions, Not Enough Babies

Birthrates have been falling for decades in numerous nations around the world, presenting a serious and growing population crisis. On May 13, 2024, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “Suddenly There Aren’t Enough Babies. The Whole World is Alarmed.” The article began, “The world is at a startling demographic milestone. Sometime soon, the global fertility rate will drop below the point needed to keep population constant. It may have already happened.

Harrison Butker’s Speech: Right, Wrong, and Possibly Prophetic

Getting more flak than most of his fellow kickers would if they had missed a 20-yard field goal, the Kansas City Chiefs’ Harrison Butker “kicked up” quite a controversy with his recent address at the Benedictine College 2024 commencement. His speech deserves attention—for what it gets right, what it gets wrong, and how it could (believe it or not) tie into Bible prophecy.

Public School Board Revokes Parent Rights

In Washington County, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C., the school board recently decided that parents cannot opt their young children out of elementary school lessons focusing on LGBTQ+ themes. Concerned parents sued the school district, requesting the right to prevent their children from being forced to participate in the lessons on the basis of their religious beliefs. Interestingly, the three sets of parents bringing the lawsuit were Muslim, Jewish, and Christian.