Holocaust survivors reunite in Florida after 79 years, Fox News hired Bruce Jenner to offer analysis, Worldview listeners’ kids send cards to Judge Clarence Thomas

It’s Friday, April 1st, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I’m Adam McManus.

By Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com)

Nigeria Army stands by while Muslims burn homes of Christians

Last Tuesday night, a Nigerian Army Unit watched as Fulani Muslims burned down the homes of Christians which had just been rebuilt, reports International Christian Concern. The soldiers claimed that they had not been commanded to interfere by their superiors.

Not surprisingly, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is a Fulani Muslim himself.

Over the last eight days, the Muslim militants have also burned down the crops of the Christians, 20 food barns,10 water pumps, a Peogeot car, and a motorcycle.

Homosexual kinder teacher wants to talk about lover with kids

The Parental Rights in Education Bill is now the law of the land in Florida and the radical sex and gender crowd has been triggered, reports Christian talk show host Todd Starnes.

Their cronies in the mainstream media labeled the bill as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill – but the word “gay” is never mentioned in the legislation.

The law bans educators from teaching about gender identity and sexual orientation in grades kindergarten through third grade.

It also allows parents to have a say in what their kids are learning. Sounds pretty reasonable to everyone except the radical sex and gender revolutionaries.

Like Florida kindergarten teacher Cory Bernaert, a self-identified homosexual who lives with his romantic male partner, and appeared on MSNBC.

BERNAERT: “I know my kindergarten standards through and through. Nowhere in our curriculum does it have anything about teaching sexual orientation or sexual identity. So, for them to say that that’s happening, is kind of crazy.”

But then, within seconds, the homosexual kindergarten teacher insists that he should be allowed to talk with the children about his home life, and his romantic interest in his male partner.

BERNAERT: “We should be able to have discussions and that’s what we’re encouraged to do in kindergarten. My kids do have questions. They want to know who my partner is in pictures outside of my classroom. I should be able to speak to that. That’s what we do as educators. We build relationships with our kids. And, in order to build relationships, you talk about your home life. You talk about what you do on the weekends.

“It scares me that I’m not going to be able to have these conversations with my children, because they’re going to ask me what I did on the weekend. I don’t want to have to hide that my partner and I went paddle boarding this weekend. Because then they ask, ‘What does partner mean, Mr. Bernaert?’ I’m worried. Can I tell them what it means?

“I’m also worried for my kids. I have a little girl this year who has two moms and the kids are curious about her two moms. They want to know about her two moms. If they go to her, and ask her about her two moms, and she doesn’t know what to say, they’re going to come to me, and ask me. So, what do I do?”

Matthew 18:6 warns, “If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in Me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.”

Worldview listeners’ kids send cards to Judge Clarence Thomas

Recently, I urged Worldview listeners to invite their children to write get well cards to Judge Clarence Thomas  who had been hospitalized for a week.

The Gorman children in Estancia, New Mexico, wrote, “Dear Judge Clarence Thomas, We pray God gives you strength and wisdom. God be with you! Love, Gideon, Hezekiah, Judah, Elijah, Lenoa, Edith, and Clara.”

Mattie Gorman, their mother, wrote, “We were able to have an entire lesson about the Supreme Court and the children loved learning about it all! After explaining all that Judge Clarence Thomas has done, my older children very seriously looked at me and said they would pray that God gives Judge Thomas a long and strong life so that he could keep defending the weak, the innocent, and the defenseless!”

And Tanner, an 11-year-old in Peyton, Colorado, wrote, “Dear Justice Thomas, I am glad you are feeling better. Thank you for all you do to stand up for our country and freedom. You are my hero. I hope I’m as brave as you one day.”

Tanner, his sister Mia, and their parents Kristofer and Marion Johnson also watched portions of the documentary entitled “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words.”  (Check out the trailer.)

Fox News hired Bruce Jenner to offer analysis

Bruce Jenner, the Olympian who has been pretending to be a woman since 2015, has signed on to Fox News as a contributor, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott, who is also pretending that Bruce is a woman, said, “Caitlyn’s story is an inspiration to us all. She is a trailblazer in the LGBTQ+ community and her illustrious career spans a variety of fields that will be a tremendous asset for our audience.”

Deuteronomy 22:5 has some important words for Bruce. “A man must not wear women’s clothing, for the LORD your God detests anyone who does this.”

Holocaust survivors reunite in Florida

And finally, God spared the lives of Jack Waksal, age 97, and Sam Ron, age 98, who were working side by side as teenagers in the Pionki Labor Camp in Poland during the Holocaust. And now, 79 years later, God brought them together again in Boca Raton, Florida, reports GoodNewsNetwork.com.

Having endured slave labor, shoulder to shoulder, the two were separated after Waksal escaped into the forest where he lived off the land for six months including eating bark off trees. And Ron was moved to a different camp where American liberators saved him from a Nazi death march.

Amazingly, neither man knew the other had survived, until Waksal attended a United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s South Florida Dinner just LAST SUNDAY, and found his old camp comrade to be the guest speaker.

Waksal explained what a miracle it was that they both survived.

WAKSAL: “That is a miracle how we survived. There’s no question about it!”

Sam Ron described the emotional reunion just days ago, according to NBC Miami.

RON: “He jumped off the seat and came running over to my seat and said, ‘You’re my brother!’ I was very emotional. I’m normally not a very emotional guy.”

Just teenagers at the time of their imprisonment, the two managed to both immigrate to the United States, specifically to Ohio, where they both lived for 40 years unaware of each other’s existence before eventually moving to South Florida where they live only 40 miles apart.

In describing God, Job declared, “I know that You can do all things, and that no purpose of Yours can be thwarted.” (Job 42:2)


And that’s The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Friday, April 1st, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I’m Adam McManus (adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.