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Events that happened this week in Christian history include the death of a trailblazing African America Episcopal bishop, the arrival of an influential reverend to America, and the baptism of John Eliot.

The current divide between red and blue in America has ushered in an age of skepticism, especially in the church. The Left knows they cannot win elections unless they divide the family in the church.

At a religious liberty summit in Rome, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito dismissed criticism by foreign leaders, including U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the ruling he authored overturning Roe that returned abortion laws back to individual states. 

An annual report detailing Minnesota's abortion data reveals that five babies were born alive after the procedure and no efforts were made to save their lives. 

An analyst for a Chinese state-controlled media outlet threatened that the Chinese military could shoot down Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s plane if U.S. fighter jets escort her to Taiwan during a planned visit to the island.

The only church in Marble serves as a visible reminder of the town’s past. With a population of just 133 souls at the last census, Marble is small even when compared to other mountain towns across Colorado.

Joe Rogan, who has one of the most popular podcasts in the world, made a major blunder when he confused the late Jerry Falwell Sr. with televangelist Jimmy Swaggart by describing the former as having been caught with "hookers."