The Daily Populous

Monday December 23rd, 2019 morning edition

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Mark Galli, the editor in chief of Christianity Today who authored the op-ed, acknowledged to MSNBC on Sunday that the magazine has lost subscribers, but he said there has also been an outpouring of support.

"We have lost subscribers but we've had 3 times as many people start to subscribe.".

Galli called on evangelicals who continue to support Trump "despite his blackened moral record" to "remember who you are and whom you serve.

Consider how your justification of Mr. Trump influences your witness to your Lord and Savior.".

He slammed Christianity Today as a "far left magazine, or very 'progressive'" on Twitter, saying "no president has done more for the evangelical community."

Christianity Today was founded by the late evangelical preacher Billy Graham and called former President Bill Clinton's administration "morally unable to lead" in a piece published in 1998.

He said his father voted for Trump and "would not agree with Christianity Today's opinion piece.". »

It Seemed Like a Popular Chat App. It’s Secretly a Spy Tool.

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Calls to a phone number for Breej Holding rang unanswered, and Pax employees did not respond to emails and messages.

When The Times initially contacted Apple and Google representatives with questions about ToTok’s connection to the Emirati government, they said they would investigate.

Apple removed ToTok from its App Store on Friday and was still researching the app, a spokesman said. »

Can Social Anxiety Lead You to Misread Facial Cues?

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These individuals have and anxiety about any situation in which there’s the potential that they will be negatively evaluated.

They enter into ordinary interpersonal situations on edge, and will be primed to interpret ambiguous situations in a way that confirms their negative expectations.

What role, posed the Israel authors, might facial cues have in providing information through their own “crucial channel” of ?. »