73% of Taiwanese Protest Homosexual Marriage, Chemical Abortions on the Rise, NASA Space Vehicle Lands on Mars

Tuesday, November 27th, in the year of our Lord 2018

By Kevin Swanson

The Late Missionary to Sentinelese: “Jesus Loves You”

The young missionary killed by the Sentinelese off the coast of India last week had trained for years to reach those people through All Nations, a missions training organization.

The All Nations spokesperson, Mary Ho, said 26-year-old John Chau was “a gracious and sensitive ambassador of Jesus Christ who wanted others to know of God’s great love for them.” In his last entry in his diary, John noted that he had made contact with some of the tribesmen on the island, and had told them “I love you, and Jesus loves you,” reports The Christian Post.

In the Mark 16:15 passage, we read, “And Jesus said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.”

100 Hindus Brutally Beat Pastor, Son in India

A pastor and his son were brutally beaten in India’s Telengana State on November 9th. A mob of 100 Hindu radicals attacked Pastor Kristudasu and his son Hanok, putting them in the hospital for three days.

Pastor Kristudasu told International Christian Concern, “I doubted if we would survive with the kind of brutality I have seen and experienced. When my son came to my rescue, the attention was shifted onto him and he was brutally attacked with punches and beatings. He is still not normal with all the internal pains and bruises even after more than two weeks since the incident.”

Court Disregards Taiwanese Vote Affirming Heterosexual Marriage

The Taiwanese voted in three separate referendums over the weekend to support God’s institution of marriage between a man and a woman, and to oppose homosexual faux marriage, reports Christian Headlines.

73% of Taiwanese voters backed the referendum holding to the traditional one-man, one-woman definition of marriage. However, the more radicalized high court of Taiwan ruled last year to legitimize the same-sex perversion of marriage, and the Taiwanese government has announced that the people’s referendum will have no effect upon the court-ordered perversions.

Also, the more pro-China party won the national election over the weekend, marking a new direction for the nation of Taiwan.

NASA’s Space Vehicle Lands on Mars After 300 Million Miles

Another billion dollars of taxpayer money went into a spacecraft landing on Mars yesterday.

NASA’s InSight space vehicle landed on the Red Planet after a six-month journey covering some 300 million miles, reports the Associated Press. The previous space vehicle, Rover, covered 12 miles of Mars’ surface. InSight is expected to explore more of the interior of the planet.

And NASA isn’t done spending money on Mars yet. The next vehicle, Rover II, is planned for a landing in February of 2021.

Surgical Abortions Down, Chemical Abortions Up

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control that was put out last Wednesday shows that the overall number of abortions in the United States decreased by 2% between 2014 and 2015.

However, the report also indicated that chemical abortions are on the rise. The World View spoke to Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue on why these chemical abortions are perceived as a more “convenient way” to take the life of a child.

“I believe that’s because they’re being sold to women. They’re being marketed, but what they don’t tell women is that they have a higher rate of complications than surgical abortions and that it could take hours or even days for the abortion to take place. It’s very unpredictable. And, in the meantime, they can experience a lot of pain, a lot of contractions, a lot of cramping; it can be very painful. So it’s not really as glamorous as they want to make it sound, but the reason they want to make it marketable is because they have these clinics. And the reason they have clinics that only offer medication abortions is because they have a lower overhead there.”

Job 34:21 reminds us “[The Lord’s] eyes are on the ways of man, And He sees all his steps. There is no darkness nor shadow of death where the workers of iniquity may hide themselves.”

Northern Ireland Did Not Legalize Abortion

Christian Today reports that a bill that would have legalized abortion in Northern Ireland (and decriminalized late-term abortion in England and Wales) failed to pass a Parliament vote on Friday.

Prime Minister Theresa May had opposed the bill.

Baby Survived Chemical Abortion Through Abortion Pill Reversal Protocol

Praise God! Some babies survive the attempts to murder them! A medical doctor named Brent Boles posted a Facebook picture of him holding a baby who survived a chemical abortion.

The post has gone viral with this comment by Dr. Boles: “When a woman takes the abortion pill, she often immediately regrets it. This patient did exactly that. The abortion providers will lie and tell people that there is no way to reverse it. That is not true. This patient found www.AbortionPillReversal.com and I am on the panel of pro-life providers who are willing to try to reverse the poison they were given.”

Good Samaritan Saves Choking 7-Month-Old

And finally, a Good Samaritan saved the life of a 7-month-old baby in a Golden Corral restaurant in South Carolina on Thanksgiving Day, reports WMBF News.

The baby appeared to be choking to death, when a woman named Deborah Rouse stepped in to hit her multiple times on the back.

Her mother, Hannah Marie Jarvis, said on Facebook that Rouse “saved my baby from choking to death. Most importantly, thank you Jesus for hearing our desperate cries for Calli this Thanksgiving afternoon. Christ was with us today. Christ made sure that He was going to protect my baby today and that’s just what He did.”


And that’s The World View in 5 Minutes on this Tuesday, November 27th in the year of our Lord 2018. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldView.com. I’m Adam McManus. Seize the day for Jesus Christ.

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General Motors Lays Off 14,000

Yesterday, General Motors announced it plans to lay off 14,000 factory and white-collar employees at North American plants, reports the Associated Press.