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  1. ADF’s Gregory Baylor and March of Life President Jeanne Mancini’s praise the end to the HHS birth control ma

    10.06 / 20:14 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Gregory S. Baylor and March for Life President Jeanne Mancini have both issued statements regarding a new rule that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued Friday that expands protections in the Obama-era abortion-pill mandate for organizations with pro-life religious or moral convictions. That mandate had forced many employers, regardless of those beliefs, […
  2. ‘JONAH: The Musical!’ Goes Home, DVD set for October 17 release

    10.06 / 16:27 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    Now, bring it home: JONAH: The Musical!—the first filmed version of a Sight & Sound Theatres® biblical stage epic—releases Oct. 17 on DVD and digital platforms for home entertainment. “When it opened in 600-plus movie theaters last May, JONAH: The Musical! blew open a new chapter for us,” Sight & Sound CEO Matt Neff said.  “Now it can travel with anyone almost anywhere–on […]…
  3. Toby Mac’s ‘Hits Deep Tour’ set for 29 dates in 2018; joined by Danny Gokey, Mandisa, Ryan Stevenson a

    10.06 / 16:27 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
     Seven-time GRAMMY® winner TobyMac will once again bring his dynamic “HITS DEEP Tour” to 29 markets next year, alongside a talent-packed line up including Danny Gokey, Mandisa, Ryan Stevenson and Finding Favour.The 2018 “HITS DEEP Tour” is a partnership with K-LOVE, Air1, Awakening Events and Food for the Hungry. Kicking off at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Energy Arena in […]…
  4. House passes late term abortion ban, but bill will not pass Senate

    10.06 / 10:53 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    As pro-lifers rejoice, the reality of the House voting to pass a 20-week abortion ban (with some exceptions) will certainly die in the Senate. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, was sponsored by strongly pro-life Rep. Trent Franks, R-AZ., passed 237 to 189 as two Republicans voted against the bill with three Democrats voting for it. The […
  5. Sporting News: Camera operators at NFL games told to avoid crowd shots of ‘counterprotests’, players go R

    10.06 / 10:53 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest had fizzled by the end of last season, but with President Donald Trump’s attacking the protesting NFL players, the league’s TV partners decided to air live coverage of the national anthem before Week 3 games. The Sporting News revealed that the “Booing” and counterprotesting by fans is being purposely downplayed…
  6. Scotland Transgender study: 96% hurt themselves and have ‘incredibly high levels’ of mental health issues

    10.06 / 10:53 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    Up until recently it was called gender dysphoria, but the transgender movement has tried to minimize the stigma of mental illness. A new study reveals that virtually all transgender students are self-harming in Scotland and found “incredibly high levels” of mental health issues in transgenders. The pro-gay “Stonewall” school report for Scotland with the University of Cambridge […]…
  7. Judge strikes down Kentucky’s law requiring a sonogram prior to an abortion, it ‘upsets’ the patients

    10.06 / 10:53 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    Federal Judge David Hale  struck down a Kentucky pro-life law requiring women to obtain an ultrasound prior to an abortion, asserting that mandating mothers to look at the images of the babies prior to the procedure “appears to inflict psychological harm on abortion patients.” “Requiring physicians to force upon their patients the information mandated by H.B. 2 has more potential to […]…
  8. Texas Right to Life praises President Trump’s nomination of Don Willett to Fifth Circuit court of appeals

    10.06 / 10:53 theglobaldispatch.com Theglobaldispatch.com - Religion
    President Donald Trump announced the nomination of the Honorable Justice Don Willett to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.  Justice Willett currently serves on the Supreme Court of Texas, first appointed there by Governor Rick Perry in 2005.  Justice Willett has successfully won re-election with the help and endorsement […