Back in 2007, Barbara Walters interviewed a family and their 7-year-old boy about his supposed journey to “becoming” a girl. Walters was uncritical, accepting that a child could change genders, and accepting that a child could understand the implications of all the surgeries, the chemicals, and the sterility, that were going to be inflicted on him. Click on the link above to learn about the tragic journey of “Jazz Jennings” and where he is now. Click on the video below to see a 30-second explanation of how insane Jazz’s parents and Barbara Walters were.
This is why you don’t let children choose their gender pic.twitter.com/wBTlE7hkWq
— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) September 15, 2023
“I would like to show you how you can read less, more — and twice as fast. It’s based on one simple idea: It’s better to thoroughly read and absorb one or two good books than ‘finish’ five or ten by reading them cover to cover and then moving on.”
“I believe the great weakness of our generation of Christians is our lack of a long-term outlook…
“When I look at the inspiring, yet ultimately misguided, aspirations of people like Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos I can’t help but wonder at the impact believers might have if we rediscovered the long-term mindset that God intended for us.”
“American taxpayers will spend $50 trillion (about $150,000 per person) to avoid 0.009 ℃ of warming. A high school student could tell you that this makes no sense….”
In Luke 16:26-33, Jesus talks about the cost that comes with following Him. That’s the point of the passage, but He mentions in passing something applicable to climate change too, that counting the cost before you set out on an expensive project is just common sense. Combatting climate change comes with an enormous cost and seemingly insignificant benefits. Consider what other benefits $50 trillion could buy, if it were spent elsewhere. Clean drinking water for millions, just to mention one possibility.
Dr. Jean Twenge is a psychologist whose 16-year-old daughter does not have social media. Why? Because girls today with social media are lonelier and more depressed than ever.
How’s “just follow your heart” working out for us? Maybe we need to start looking for a more awesome, more knowledgeable, more loving guide…