Evangelicals Say Worshiping Alone Replaces Church, Book Banning By Parents, Vanderbilt’s Trans Surgeries On Minors

Top headlines for Friday, September 23, 2022

For the first time, a biennial survey has found that most Evangelical Christians in the United States believe that worshiping alone or only with one's family can be a valid substitute for going to church, a possible effect of widespread closures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The American Library Association has claimed that efforts to ban or restrict books in school libraries are on the rise amid concerns from parents regarding sexually graphic material depicting child sex and pedophilia.

An international coalition of religious freedom advocates and organizations from across the political spectrum are calling on the U.S. State Department to take stronger action on Nigeria.

Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn and Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee are calling for an investigation into Vanderbilt University Medical Center following allegations that it has been performing body mutilating surgeries on teenagers suffering from gender dysphoria.

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