City streets across America have been filled with protesters and rioters over the past week since the death of African American George Floyd. Here are five things people should keep in mind about the ongoing protests and riots.
Attorneys for two former Minneapolis police officers involved in the fatal encounter with George Floyd say their clients were full-time officers for four days or less when the incident occurred and were following the lead of their senior colleague.
Facebook has shut down a social media group organized for mothers who are opposed to drag queen story hours at local libraries.
One of the sites on the banks of the Sea of Galilee near where some believe Jesus miraculously fed the 5,000 as described in all four Gospels has been flooded by heavy rains that have forced archeologists to abandon their excavation.
The right to peaceful protest is guaranteed by the First Amendment, and I will defend that right to the death. However, when you start destroying people’s homes, businesses, and neighborhoods, and when you start injuring and killing people, you have crossed the line.
The church must continue to speak clearly, especially the majority-white church.
Critics of the pro-life movement are abusing this crisis to dictate what our responses must be.
I feel I would be utterly thankless if I did not take this time of celebrating our blood-bought liberties to remind you and others that Church is an essential part of our existence.
America needs Jesus. No greater reminder of that fact can be seen than the recent protests in the streets of the nation.
To make Jesus' overturning tables analogous to the violence we’re discussing, our Lord would have harmed innocent bystanders, destroyed their property, and burned down their homes and businesses. None of which happened, of course.
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