You've probably seen these stories, which I'll be stashing away in the "I can't take it anymore" file.
Anyway, 11 year old Madeline Kara Neumann is dead because her parents prefer prayer to insulin, which could have saved their daughter's life.
Said Leilani, the girl's mother: ""We just believe in the Bible, that's all. This is our faith."
Her husband added that, "We believe the word of God and live according to its precepts."
I've been looking for the one where He gives us permission to murder by omission, but I can't find it. Maybe they were focused on the one about faith being sufficient to move mountains. They even admit they didn't have enough of it. Bad luck.
I wish I knew where the law stands on this, because there oughta be one.
The mother has a couple of posts at a website called America's Last Days, run by Unleavened Bread Ministries. You can read it here.
Oh, if it's any comfort, the police chief also said that "The mother believes the girl could still be resurrected."
Audio of the 911 call here.
"Maggots in the rice" - of sugar and spice and everything nice.
One of my female adult students of Chinese derivation wrote her research paper against China's one-child policy. I followed one of her sourced links and found this: doctors discover 23 sewing needles in woman's head.
This was done to her after she was born. I can't even comment. I have daughters.
This one's about giving life, not taking it, but you're still not going to like it. A human is born a woman, transitions to a man, but retains his/her female sexual organs (after undergoing a double masectomy), and is now pregnant.
"How does it feel to be a pregnant man? Incredible," he adds. "Despite the fact that my belly is growing with a new life inside me, I am stable and confident being the man that I am."I'm confused.
And I really almost can't take it anymore.