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Crosstalk 10-17-2014 News Round-Up CD

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Jim Schneider scanned numerous news sources to bring you up-to-date on stories and issues that should be of interest to Christian listeners. They included:


--A high court in Pakistan upholds the death sentence of Asia Bibi, a Christian mother of 5, who was accused of blasphemy against Mohammed.


--A Dallas lab worker believed to have handled specimens from the Liberian man who became the first person to be diagnosed and die of Ebola in the states is now quarantined aboard a Carnival cruise ship off the coast of Belize.


--The Centers for Disease Control is saying you can give Ebola but you can't get it on a bus.


--New York Giants to play the Cowboys in Dallas but must learn how to prevent catching Ebola.


--Several Ebola vaccines in development for worldwide use are made using aborted fetal cell lines in spite of the fact that moral alternatives are said to be equally effective.


--U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is claiming that Ebola is a direct consequence of man-made climate change.


--An audio clip of John Kerry claims that life on earth will end if we don't stop global warming.


--A political cartoon shows President Obama worrying about global warming while numerous legitimate threats surround him.


--Another audio clip from John Kerry rejects any link between Islam and extremism.


--Brigitte Gabriel estimates that there are 300 million radical Muslims and that the history of Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union and Japan before WWII proves that the peaceful majority are irrelevant.


--Jim describes some of the results of the ISIS rampage in Syrian border town.


--A human rights foundation has released a manifesto for secularism that labels the Christian “right” as an example of a community based upon ethnicity, religion and culture alongside ISIS and Boko Haram.


--Boy Scouts reminded to look to Canada where scout numbers have dropped dramatically and there are over 2,000 cases of abuse.


--A 72 year old Washington state teacher investigated for child porn possession tells police he seeks out images of child incest and that he's touched children in the past.


--Middle school students that participated in a controversial sex education program in Hawaii were rewarded with gift cards from the University of Hawaii's Center on Disability Studies.


--Colorado voters to vote on whether unborn babies are persons.


--Supreme Court blocks key parts of the 2013 law in Texas that has closed all but 8 abortion facilities.


--Leading scientists set to caution a U.K. Parliament inquiry against the creation of babies using the genetic material of 3 parents.


--Italian nurse arrested for allegedly killing up to 38 patients because she felt that they or their relatives were annoying.


--A Southern California school district and feds settle a transgender complaint.


--Tennessee abortion activists have raised more money than pro-lifers for their campaign on Amendment 1.


--4 Southern Oregon University students claim school officials threatened to call police and take disciplinary action against them because they were passing out free copies of the U.S. Constitution.


--A state appeals court will decide soon whether chimpanzees are entitled to legal personhood in a case that could lead to expanded rights for animals such as gorillas, elephants and dolphins.


--The White House will not reveal the 2015 Obamacare rates until the election is over.


--The Bowe Bergdahl investigation is finished but is now being reviewed by commanders.


--A Department of Homeland Security official is allowing illegals to gain papers that resemble citizenship papers in exchange for bribes.



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