Afghanistan’s Christians go dark, conscience rights (and other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.

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At First Things, Carl Trueman takes a look at what a post-Roe America might look like.

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OnlyFans has already dropped its short-lived plan to ban pornography on its platform after a backlash by users and porn-peddlers.

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At this summer’s Life Awards ceremony, David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress gave a speech on his work and why he has so much hope for the movement. Give it a watch—it’s only 6 minutes long.

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LifeNews has published an incredible photo of a baby miscarried at 11 weeks. This is the age at which most children are aborted. Imagine this child after an abortionist got through with him. Horrifying.

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As the evacuation in Afghanistan comes to a close, ADF International is reporting that Christians are shutting off their phones and going into hiding. Repression and persecution are returning after a two-decade reprieve.

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The CBC (of all places) has published a column explaining why violating freedom of conscience for medical professionals is so incredibly dangerous. At this point, all three federal leaders in the Canadian have abandoned conscience rights.

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More soon.

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