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Unless you have been hiding in a cave or underground for the past few months, or even weeks, you know that the propensity for major wars in many parts of the globe is happening. Iran has already "kickstarted" a multi-front Middle East war against Israel.
China has continually grown aggressive with Taiwan. In March, the Chinese Communist Party launched 25 warplanes and three warships toward Taiwan in a show of force and intimidation as tensions between the two nations continues to rise.
A man who identifies as a woman faces charges for allegedly planning to carry out mass shooting attacks against multiple schools in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the 18th Judicial District Attorney's Office announced this week.
The alleged plan comes on the heels of a deadly shooting at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, where six people—including three children—were shot and killed by yet another transgender person. Audrey Hale, the perpetrator, was shot and killed on site after messaging a friend on social media that "I am planning to die today."
The perpetrator of the alleged plan, 19-year-old William Whitworth, was charged late last week after police investigated threats to the schools in the Colorado Springs Academy School District. Police says Whitworth identifies as "Lilly." He has been charged with two counts of criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree, one count of criminal mischief, one count of menacing and one count of interference with staff, faculty or students of educational institution, The Epoch Times reported.
Looking at things through natural eyes, without faith and spiritual insight, it is not looking good for young people in America when it comes to their faith in the Lord.
Already in 2018, Barna could report that, "More than any other generation before them, Gen Z does not assert a religious identity. They might be drawn to things spiritual, but with a vastly different starting point from previous generations, many of whom received a basic education on the Bible and Christianity. And it shows: The percentage of Gen Z that identifies as atheist is double that of the U.S. adult population" (emphasis in the original).
Quoting from 'The Kaleidoscope Effect: What Emerging Generations Seek in Leaders,' an article on Logos.com notes that, "Whereas 85% of the silent generation (born 1928–1945) call themselves Christians, just 56% of today's younger Millennials (born 1990–1996) do the same, even though the vast majority (about eight in 10) was raised in religious homes. Over the past 70 years, each successive generation has included fewer and fewer Christians, and the overwhelming majority of the Christians remaining today are over the age of 35."
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