People wrong each other every day. Some are sorry for their misdeeds while others are content to "get away with it." But during the End Times there will come a day of reckoning when all will be held accountable and will not be able to rebut the charges leveled against them. Their words of dissent will be "stopped."
"No one on the Last Day will legitimately be able to shake their fist to God and say, 'How you're treating me is unfair,'" Christian apologist Lee Strobel tells The Christian Post amid the recently release of his newly-revised New York Times bestseller The Case for Christ.
God will set all wrongs right, and Strobel speaks from personal experience. "I've been the victim of crime before and the perpetrator was never discovered and you feel that injustice," he said. "I think all of us long for the Final Days when the scales will be set right. When God will judge … Because nobody escapes God." more >>
The American Family Association has compiled a list of 10 cases to showcase why Target's bathroom policies that allow male customers who identify as female to go into women's bathrooms and dressing rooms is dangerous to women and children.
"The overwhelming evidence continues to pile up against Target's policy to allow men into women's restrooms and dressing rooms in its stores," AFA President Tim Wildmon wrote on Thursday.
Target has defended its decision by stating: "We welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity. ... Everyone deserves to feel like they belong." more >>
Controversial Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has compared himself to German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in his plan to kill 3 million drug users in his country, which has drawn outrage and condemnation from Jewish groups.
Reuters reported that during a speech in Davo City on Friday, Duterte said: "There are 3 million drug addicts (in the Philippines). I'd be happy to slaughter them."
"If Germany had Hitler, the Philippines would have ...," he added, pausing and pointing to himself. more >>
A young father in Washington state who relatives say was focused on going to church, taking care of his family and living a crime free life was shot dead in his car Monday on his way to see his wife and newborn son at a local hospital.
Federal Way police told The Seattle Times they were not ruling out the possibility that the young father, Dennis Sloboda, 33, was a victim of road rage as he explained to one of his six brothers, Anton Sloboda, shortly before he was found dead. But the officer indicated there could be more to the story as well.
Police spokeswoman Cathy Schrock said they "think there is more information out there, and we are just waiting to get it." more >>
A grieving Indiana man who expected to go to jail when an Ohio police officer who pulled him over for speeding on Sunday was left overwhelmed with hope when the officer offered him prayer after learning his 15-year-old sister, Eliza Fletcher, had just died in a car crash.
"At 3 a.m. I got a phone call stating that my sister had been killed in a car accident due to some young dumb punk! I haven't slept and instantly got on the road. Of course we were speeding, trying to get back to Detroit. And we got pulled over in Ohio," wrote Mark Ross in a now viral Facebook post with a photo of him and the officer, Sgt. David Robinson.
Ross, who said he had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant, explained that he was certain the encounter would have landed him in jail but what happened next left him stunned and grateful. more >>
CHARLESTON, S.C.— A 14-year-old boy is believed to have shot and killed his father before going to a nearby elementary school in South Carolina and wounding two children and a teacher on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.
A teacher called 911 to report a gunman and police arrived within 7 minutes at Townville Elementary School in Anderson County, located near the Georgia state line about 100 miles (160 km) northeast of Atlanta.
One of the 6-year-old children shot was in critical condition and in surgery at Greenville Memorial Hospital, Scott Stoller, Anderson County's director of emergency services, told the Anderson Independent Mail. more >>