The Berlin Senate wants to allow parents to bury “embryos and fetuses from abortions” in the future. A law is in the making.
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China and other countries that adhere to traditional family values have made it much more difficult for Europe and the United States to push gender policies through the UN General Assembly.
Couples who struggle with infertility have many options today. One of them is invitro fertilisation (IVF). However, there are some ethical dilemmas that come with this treatment. Some pros and cons from a Christian perspective.
The average European child spends 3-4 hours online every day. That also means that our children, kept in check by their parents, who spend 1-1.5 hours a day online, balance out their peers who spend 6-8 hours a day online.
Unmarried couples should not have sex before marriage. And two lovers should not cohabit until they are married. These statements are not outdated, science shows. Research demonstrates that the Biblical teachings on marriage and sexuality have great benefits for people. “Men tend to live longer when they are married.”
What would you do if the American President invited you for a meeting at the same moment as your daughter's first musical recital? Of course, you would go to the President. "No", former Vice President Mike Pence says. "You should go listen to your daughter."
Kids don't like studying. They don't like to be lectured, taught, instructed, or corrected. If they could have a day of their dreams, it would be playing all day and eating sweets and junk food. Nobody would dream of spending a day at school.
A group of Ukrainians have started a collective to call Christians to protect their spiritual values. The initiative is called “Platform of Christian Unity in the Baltic and Black Sea Region,” and it aims to organise meetups for Christians around Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, and Poland.
German Catholic bishops are convinced that unborn life should be safeguarded through criminal law. Evangelicals do not entirely agree.
We gave into the social pressure and the demands of online schoolwork: at the age of 12, our kids got their own phones. Well, not iPhones, nor smartphones... but "dumbphones". You know, the ones with buttons.