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Why Were These Ancient Adults Buried in Jars on the Island of Corsica?
Researchers are unsure of the unusual funerary practice’s purpose but point out that such burials were typically reserved for children


https://www.smithsonianmag.com..../smart-news/archaeol

Why Were These Ancient Adults Buried in Jars on the Island of Corsica?  | Smart News      | Smithsonian Magazine
 Why Were These Ancient Adults Buried in Jars on the Island of Corsica? | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine
Researchers are unsure of the unusual funerary practice's purpose but point out that such burials were typically reserved for children
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ViacomCBS Reportedly Sees ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ As Gateway To Toys And Theme Park Attractions, in my opinion it will fail, and I say this as a Trekker who wants to see Star Trek succeed.


#startrek #startrekprodigy


https://trekmovie.com/2021/04/....15/viacomcbs-reporte

ViacomCBS Reportedly Sees ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ As Gateway To Toys And Theme Park Attractions – TrekMovie.com
 ViacomCBS Reportedly Sees ‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ As Gateway To Toys And Theme Park Attractions – TrekMovie.com
The suits think the new kids show is "critical" to the future of the franchise.
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Do you know who the original inhabitants of the United States were? They are known as the First Nations peoples, and they include many tribes spread across this vast land—including the Cherokee, Navajo, Lakota, Delaware, Spokane, Apache, and so many more tribes.

Did you know that all of these tribes had historical traditions describing the great flood recorded in Genesis? Remarkably, traditions of this global flood have been among over 120 tribes from the continental United States—to say nothing of the rest of the world! Almost every tribe of which we have real historical data has a memory of the great flood.

#thegreatflood

https://answersingenesis.org/t....he-flood/flood-legen

Flood Legends from the Americas, Part 1  	      	      	      	     | Answers in Genesis
 Flood Legends from the Americas, Part 1 | Answers in Genesis
Oral traditions of the global flood from the continental United States are more prevalent than previously thought and confirm the truth of the Genesis account.
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Spanish language media reported last Sunday that radical pro-abortion supporter Maria de Valle Gonzalez Lopez died during what she labeled her “dream” abortion operation. She was 23 years old and was the leader of the Radical Youth in the La Paz municipality in the province of Mendoza. Her death has sparked a fierce debate about abortion in Argentina and led for calls for women to know that the procedure can sometimes carry serious risks.

On April 11, The 23 year old underwent a legal abortion procedure in a local hospital. The operation turned out to be fatal for her. This fact came as a shock to the public as this was the first recorded death following the approval of the country's controversial pro-abortion bill passed on December 30, 2020, which legalized abortion in some cases. Previously, abortion was illegal in the predominately Catholic country.

Dr. Luis Durand, an Argentinian surgeon, told ACI Prensa journalists that “while some believe that the death of the young woman could’ve occurred due to some misconduct, in reality abortion is not a medical practice. Just a few months ago, it was a crime under Argentinian law. In the case of abortion, the death of the child is always brutal. It is burned through injecting substances into the uterus, or it is removed through dismemberment, or it is subjected to extreme uterus spasms which asphyxiate it.”

Durand added that an infection or sepsis may appear in women who take the drug Misoprostol when doctors fail to complete extract the child and his or her remains linger in the woman's uterus.

“This is why it is false premise to believe that such a procedure is truly safe,” he said.

Walter Sanchez Silva, the author of the ACI Prensa article, wrote that the silence of feminists surrounding Maria del Valle Gonzalez Lopez’s death is striking.


#prolife #abortionismurder #mariadevallegonzaleslopez

https://www.voiceforlife.org.n....z/media/argentinian-

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Understanding the Japanese mindset

By Hoi-Yan, an OMF missionary⁠
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"Why are they so resistant to change?" This was my honest thought after one year of serving as a missionary in a Japanese church.⁠

I had requested to be placed in a Japanese church so that I can learn about the Japanese church and culture firsthand. Yet over time, I felt increasingly frustrated. I felt that I was not being heard. I was discouraged that my ideas and suggestions were rejected all the time.⁠

"At Bible College we were taught to not make any changes in the first three years of working at a new church," the Japanese pastor in my church shared with me. Coming from Australia this was perplexing. In Australia, which is a relatively young nation, new ideas are welcomed. Change is a good thing, not a threat.⁠

Even though I was confused it occurred to me that I should ask why rather than jump to conclusion. I am glad I did. ⁠
"When you introduce a change you’re effectively saying that what they used to do is not good enough. We need to be considerate of those who have faithfully guarded past traditions," the pastor explained.⁠

It was one of the most humbling and eye-opening conversation I had during my time there and it helped me to grow a deeper appreciation of the Japanese mindset, in particular, their respect for tradition and others’ feelings. ⁠
It was a moment of realisation. Different is not wrong but something to be cherished.⁠

#omfjapan #prayforjapan
#japanstyle

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