Notre Dame Cathedral Burns-Was It An Accident or Was Something Else at Work?

Notre Dame Cathedral Burns-Was It An Accident or Was Something Else at Work?

This week, the world watched as one of Christianity's most beloved cathedrals went up in flames. Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris dates back to 1163. The 856-yr-old gothic cathedral went up in flames as Parisians gathered in the streets, feeling helpless, and began singing hymns. Officials have stated that there was no suspicion of arson, but the dozens of attacks on Christian chapels and cathedrals in Paris and throughout France since the beginning of the year beg the question, was this a workplace accident or an act of vandalism. Radical Islamists have been carrying out acts of vandalism and desecration, including torching Christian churches and cathedrals around France. For whatever reason, French officials are reluctant to state the obvious that these are anti-Christian attacks. Author and historian Bill Federer, who has written the book, "What Every American Needs to Know About the Quran", weighs in on these attacks on Christendom, not only in the West, but in Africa and China. 

Part 2 - Encore presentation. Pastors' roundtable on the passage of SB 23, Ohio's Heartbeat Bill. 

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