Indiana Bans Most Abortions, Kansas City Pitcher Wears Bible-Themed Glove, Bible Shortage In Hong Kong

Top headlines for Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Indiana has passed a law that bans most abortions, becoming the first state since the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade to do so.

Thousands gathered in Yankee Stadium in New York City on Saturday for Joel Osteen’s “Come Home to Hope Event” — the first time in over three years the Osteens held a large-scale stadium event due to restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kansas City Royals pitcher Luke Weaver is catching the attention of Christian baseball fans for sharing his faith on the field by wearing a self-designed glove called the “Bible Glove.”

The mother of the 12-year-old Archie Battersbee announced the death of her son on Saturday after his life support was withdrawn.

As the Chinese Communist Party imposes restrictions on religious content in Hong Kong, a shortage of Bibles is being reported in the city where its high degree of autonomy was ended two years ago with the enactment of the National Security Law.

Warning of what he called a “clash of civilizations” throughout the world, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orba?n pushed back against criticism of his policies.

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