May 5, 2024

Sunday, May 5, 2024
May 5, 2024

Support Biblical Truth 

untitled artwork

untitled artwork

World news biblically understood

TRENDING:

‘Milestone Victory For The Culture Of Death’: France Enshrines ‘Right’ To Abortion Into Its Constitution

On Monday, France became the first country to guarantee the “freedom” of abortion in its constitution.

Voluntary abortion has been legal in France since 1975 and is available until 14 weeks of pregnancy—but the bill amended Article 24 of the constitution to introduce a section that reads: “The law determines the conditions in which a woman has the guaranteed freedom to have recourse to an abortion.” It was approved by a 780-72 vote in a joint session of Parliament.

The discussion reportedly began in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. French President Emmanuel Macron said he would fight to prevent the same thing from happening in France.

Although many Parliament members and pro-abortion advocates applauded the passage of the amendment, and the hashtag “#MyBodyMyChoice” was projected onto the Eiffel Tower, pro-life advocates around the country opposed the decision.

“We imported a debate that is not French, since the United States was first to remove that from law with the repeal of Roe v. Wade,” said Pascale Moriniere, president of a French pro-life group. “There was an effect of panic from feminist movements, which wished to engrave this on the marble of the constitution.”

“I have the impression that we’re putting so much emphasis on women’s rights that we’re forgetting the right of the unborn child,” said Marjorie Legendre, seminary professor and member of Commission d’Éthique Protestante Évangelique (CEPE). “But who is the weakest in the story? Christians are called to defend the weakest.”

R. Albert Mohler Jr. said that the decision “is largely a publicity stunt by the nation’s elected leaders, but we must also recognize that the move represents a major milestone victory for the Culture of Death.

“Christians must realize that the move in France can only be explained by the nation’s radical secularization and the eclipse of the Biblical worldview,” he said.


Today's News Needs A Biblical Analysis.

Your Gift Today Helps Harbinger's Daily Reach More People With The Truth of God's Word.

Trusted Analysis From A Biblical Worldview

Help reach the lost and equip the church with the living and active truth of God's Word in our world today.

YOU CARE ABOUT

BIBLICAL TRUTH. SO DO WE.

 

Together, We Can Deliver A Biblical Understanding

Of News Events Around The World.

Pastors: Don’t Prepare The Bride To Meet The Antichrist, Prepare The Bride To Meet Her Bridegroom

As a pastor who believes in a pre-Tribulation rapture, let me say this: I am not preparing the bride for wrath; I am preparing the bride for a wedding.  I am not preparing the bride to have her garments stained by the wickedness of the world, I am preparing the bride to hold onto the purity and hope of Christ.

How Can You Love The King Of The Jews While Despising The Jews Of The King?

This is not to say that loving Israel saves you, but it does tell us what the attitude of the saved should be towards Israel. It is completely inconsistent to say you love the King of the Jews but despise the Jews of the King.

untitled artwork 6391

Has The Bride Of Christ Made Herself Ready For His Return?

In the Scriptures, we know that the church is the bride of Christ.  But during this time when we are awaiting the upward call of our Bridegroom, how are we living? 

ABC's of Salvation

TV AD

worldview matters

Decision Magazine V AD

TV AD

Amir V Ad #1

Decision Magazine V AD

On Monday, France became the first country to guarantee the “freedom” of abortion in its constitution.

Voluntary abortion has been legal in France since 1975 and is available until 14 weeks of pregnancy—but the bill amended Article 24 of the constitution to introduce a section that reads: “The law determines the conditions in which a woman has the guaranteed freedom to have recourse to an abortion.” It was approved by a 780-72 vote in a joint session of Parliament.

The discussion reportedly began in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. French President Emmanuel Macron said he would fight to prevent the same thing from happening in France.

Although many Parliament members and pro-abortion advocates applauded the passage of the amendment, and the hashtag “#MyBodyMyChoice” was projected onto the Eiffel Tower, pro-life advocates around the country opposed the decision.

“We imported a debate that is not French, since the United States was first to remove that from law with the repeal of Roe v. Wade,” said Pascale Moriniere, president of a French pro-life group. “There was an effect of panic from feminist movements, which wished to engrave this on the marble of the constitution.”

“I have the impression that we’re putting so much emphasis on women’s rights that we’re forgetting the right of the unborn child,” said Marjorie Legendre, seminary professor and member of Commission d’Éthique Protestante Évangelique (CEPE). “But who is the weakest in the story? Christians are called to defend the weakest.”

R. Albert Mohler Jr. said that the decision “is largely a publicity stunt by the nation’s elected leaders, but we must also recognize that the move represents a major milestone victory for the Culture of Death.