- - Monday, November 23, 2015

(1a) At least 100,000 Texas women have resorted to inducing their own abortions (VOX)

(1b) 100,000 Texas Women Are Not Giving Themselves Abortions The headlines were bold but the numbers were hazy. (The Federalist) 

(2) Christians After Paris, by Mark Tooley (National Review)

“Finally, Christians should not react to the Paris attacks apocalyptically. Western civilization has endured far worse than ISIS, which is dangerous, but whose shelf life is limited. Christians should be resolute and confident about the future, not panicked.

At the special mass for terror victims at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, worshippers stood for “La Marseillaise,” and the French tricolor was flashed onto the altar. Some American Christians are dismissive of patriotism. But God has a purpose for nations, and we all should pray that His hand remains on France.”

(3) US Religious Leaders Make Forceful Appeal to Admit Refugees, by Rachel Zoll (AP)

(4) Republican Candidates Talk Religion, Security at Iowa Forum (AP)

“All the people on this stage … love our nation, love our country, and love God,” Fiorina said. “People of faith make better leaders. Faith gives us humility.”

(5) Archbishop of Canterbury’s Doubts After Paris (Breitbart)

“Justin Welby, who as Archbishop of Canterbury is de facto head of the Anglican Communion, the world’s third largest Christian denomination, said he was left asking where God could be in the suffering of the French victims.”

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