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The Three Deadliest Words in the World …

“It’s a girl.” We’ve written many times about the evil of gendercide, including our all-time most read post, Gendercide: The War on Baby Girls. Other popular posts related to this subject include One Courageous Response to Gendercide – The War Against Females and On My Birth There Was No Singing: Gendercide in India Last

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A Look at China’s Ghosts: The One-Child Policy Captured on Canvas

We have written many times in this blog about gendercide – the war against females and the impact on societies. We have also written on the need for artists to speak prophetically to culture. Here is a story that combines the two. Balladeer and Chinese artist Li Tianbing has powerfully

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One Courageous Response to Gendercide – The War Against Females, Part 2 of 2

In the previous post we introduced you to Ana Santos, a dear friend. Here is more of her story in her own words. The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to

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God Plus Ordinary People = Impact

Over the years I have been struck by the fact that God inhabits the ordinary. The birth of a child is an everyday miracle. God often uses unknown people to change their community or world. Dallas Willard captures this concept in The Divine Conspiracy: “The obviously well kept secret of

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Just Because They’re Girls: Evil Worse than the Slave Trade & the Holocaust

In a dark dungeon I stood with a broken heart on centuries-old dry excrement. I was visiting the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana, a transshipping point for African captives in the British Atlantic slave trade. In each dungeon, hundreds of slaves were so tightly packed that these desperate humans could

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Abortion’s Bitter Legacy

A few weeks ago, I posted “On My Birth There Was No Singing,” exposing gendercide in India. Now Jonathan V. Last, senior writer at the Weekly Standard, writes a review of Mara Hvistendahl’s book Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys Over Girls, and the Consequences of a World Full of Men. Ms. Hvistendahl unpacks the consequences

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On My Birth There Was No Singing: Gendercide in India

In a recent Associated Press article, Despite Economic Growth, India Lets Its Girls Die, Muneeza Naqvi tells the story of how Indian society allows baby girls to die from neglect and starvation. Despite laws against such things as sex-selective abortions and growing economic power, India continues its war against women

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The Hand That Rocks the Cradle

How is poverty related to male “superiority”? Why are 100 million women missing? How are today’s feminists exactly the opposite of the first feminists? These and other questions are addressed in Darrow Miller’s 45-minute presentation entitled, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Rules the World. At a conference at Wilberforce Academy Darrow gave this

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