Muslims kill 52 civilians in Congo, Africa; UPENN female swimmer blasts male swimming against women; ‘American Idol’ contestant sings ‘for the glory of God’

It’s Monday, March 21st, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at I’m Adam McManus.

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Muslims kill 52 civilians in Congo, Africa

Between Sunday, March 13, and Monday, March 14, armed Muslim insurgents killed 52 people in attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa located in the Irumu province, reports International Christian Concern.

For years, dozens of armed Muslim militias have wreaked havoc in Congo, a predominately Christian nation. The largest among these groups is the Allied Democratic Forces, an affiliate of ISIS which aims to create an Islamic Caliphate in Central Africa.

Psalm 92:7 declares, “Though the wicked spring up like grass and all evildoers flourish, they will be forever destroyed.”

Putin deploys deadly hypersonic missiles for first time

On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed that he deployed deadly hypersonic missiles in Ukraine for the first time ever, reports The Daily Star.

The Russian military says it used the Kinzhal hypersonic missile to destroy an underground ammunition depot in Delyatyn.

Missiles, such as the 3M22 Zircon, are able to fly so low that they evade traditional anti-missile defense systems.

Musk’s satellites allow Ukrainian drones to pound Putin’s tanks

Elon Musk‘s Starlink satellite system is giving Ukrainian forces the edge in winning the drone war as the nation fights back with technology to track down invading Russians, reports The Daily Mail.

With the technology, the drones can be directed to drop anti-tank munitions to help ward off the Russian attack.

Early Saturday morning, SpaceX announced that the 230-foot rocket, dubbed the Falcon 9, launched 53 Starlink internet satellites into low orbit without a hitch from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

UPENN female swimmer blasts male swimming against women

Will Thomas, age 22, is a biological male who swam for three years on the men’s swim team at the University of Pennsylvania. Ever since he has been pretending to be a woman, Will has switched his name to “Lia.”

Now, he has been permitted to swim on the UPENN women’s swimming team, breaking all sorts of records.

In an interview with podcaster Savannah Hernandez, which has been viewed 1.6 million times, one female swimmer on the UPENN team explained that the team is upset that they are competing against a man.

FEMALE SWIMMER: “We are all very disappointed and frustrated with someone who has capabilities more than us women have, to be able to compete at this level, and take opportunities away from other women.

“I have a teammate who did not make finals today, because she was just bumped out of finals. It’s heartbreaking to see someone who went through puberty as a male, and has the body of a male, be able to absolutely blow away the competition.

“You go into it with a mindset that you don’t have a chance. It’s hard to compete against someone with the aerobic capacity, the muscle development, the body of a man. It’s hard.”

Planned Parenthood passes out condoms from ice cream truck in Texas

In response to the pro-life Texas Heartbeat Act, Planned Parenthood has been peddling abortion and condoms out of an ice cream truck in the Lone Star state, reports

In an attempt to draw attention to the truck, Alex McGill Johnson — the CEO of the murder giant — tweeted this weekend: “Ice cream, you scream, we all scream for abortion rights! Catch us around [the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin] and stop by to grab some free Bans Off swag, condoms, and education on the cold-hearted policies of the Texas legislature.”

To be clear, the only one cold-hearted in this story is Planned Parenthood. God says, “All who hate Me, love death.” (Proverbs 8:26)

‘American Idol’ contestant sings ‘for the glory of God’

And finally, have you heard the unmistakably low voice of the Liberty University sophomore on American Idol?

TAYLOR: “My name is Luke Taylor. I am 20 years old and I’m from West Chester, Pennsylvania.”

He performs with the Liberty School of Music Chamber Singers and is also the bass vocalist in the school’s a cappella group, Shine.

TAYLOR: “My voice started to drop around 16 or 17, the beginning of my junior year. It was a very dramatic drop. I went from being 4’11” and singing alto to being 6’1” and singing below bass.”

Taylor sang Johnny Cash’s song “Ring of Fire,” prompting a humorous comment from Lionel Richie.

TAYLOR: “I fell in to a ring of fire.”

RICHIE: “He sings lower than Cash.” (laughs)

TAYLOR: “I fell into a burning ring of fire. I went down, down, down and the flames went higher. And it burns, burns, burns. The ring of fire, the ring of fire.”

A commercial music major, Luke Taylor says his success is not about him but “for the glory of God,” reports the Christian Post.

1 Chronicles 16:24 says, “Tell of God’s glory among the nations, His wonderful deeds among all the peoples.”


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