3 Million Students Can Change Gender Without Parental Consent, Chinese Christians Must Register To Attend Church
Top headlines for Tuesday, March 14, 2023
A strong majority of American adults believe it's important for schools to teach traditional values of Western civilization, but how well they think schools teach these values varies by age, according to a recent survey.
In an update on his ongoing battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer, Christian author and speaker Tim Keller shared that new tumors have developed, requiring him to undergo a repeat of the immunotherapy treatment he received last year.
At least 3 million K-12 students are enrolled in public school districts where they can change their name and preferred pronouns to reflect their chosen gender identity without parental consent, according to a recent report.
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Christians in China's populous Henan province are now reportedly required to register on a government app to attend worship services and must make online reservations before taking part in worship, according to a report from a U.S.-based human rights group.
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