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The Briefing 03-24-17

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  • 51 years after asking, "Is God Dead?" TIME Magazine now asks, "Is Truth Dead?"
  • Despite clean hearing, Senate Democrats vow to filibuster Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court nomination
  • How Anne Hathaway became a U.N. ambassador for paid parental leave

The Briefing 03-23-17

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  • How the secularization of America has led to more partisanship and deeper cultural divide
  • "Prophetic opposition"? The history and theology behind Princeton's decision not to honor Tim Keller

The Briefing 03-22-17

  • Judge Neil Gorsuch remains poised and unscathed as Supreme Court nomination hearing continues
  • Time for every brand to pick a political side? The politicization of every dimension of American life
  • Beyond 'He' or 'She'? TIME magazine and the hyper-individualization of gender and sexuality

The Briefing 03-21-17

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  • In ongoing confirmation hearing of Neil Gorsuch, opening statements illustrate just what's at stake
  • Money, budgets, and morality: Trump budget faces hurdles on both sides of the political aisle
  • Is it government's job to make us happy? International Day of Happiness had some asking the question

The Briefing 03-20-17

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  • An "ideological food fight"? Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch begin today
  • When feminism and abortion collide, feminism loses: British doctor pushes for sex-selective abortion

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These are days that will require courage, conviction, and clarity of vision. We are in a fight for the most basic liberties God has given humanity, every single one of us, made in his image.

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