Couple heartbroken after surrogate aborts their biological child, Canada’s churches (and other stories)

A roundup of news from around the interwebs.

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For anyone interested in the ongoing upheaval in France—this is a long but good overview of why a group of generals and military officials recently stated that the social fabric of the nation was falling apart.

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Tim Challies posted my review of historian Niall Ferguson’s Doom: The Politics of Catastrophe in The American Conservative. For anyone wanting to understand the current crisis in historical context, this book is very much worth the read.

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There’s been plenty of attention paid to the binge of statue-smashing across the United States and the United Kingdom last year, but in the meantime Spain’s socialist government has passed truly Orwellian legislation re-writing history to favor their ideological compatriots. First Things has a long-form essay explaining how they’re doing it.

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If you’re a parent, you should take a minute to read this—“The Most Dangerous Apps of 2021.” Especially now, when your kids are in front of screens for such a significant portion of the day.

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True North has published a decent summary of the various pastors facing charges over violation of pandemic health restrictions.

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On that subject, Raymond de Souza writes in the National Post that the COVID-19 pandemic could hasten the decline of Christianity. As I noted in Convivium Magazine, Christians are already a miniscule minority in Canada; de Souza believes that trend may worsen.

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In another chilling example of why commodity culture is so poisonous, Live Action has an awful story titled “Couple heartbroken after surrogate aborts their biological child.”

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More soon.

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