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Thursday

The Briefing 02-11-16

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  • Argument rejecting CDC's advice for women of childbearing age to abstain from alcohol a rejection of God's design
  • Attempts to change vocabulary around alcohol abuse remove moral responsibility
  • Crisis pregnancy centers challenge law that forces them to be complicit in the culture of death
Wednesday

The Briefing 02-10-16

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  • Results of New Hampshire primary reflect the truth that even geography matters to worldview
  • Bernie Sanders's "religious feelings" have no doctrinal content yet still trouble atheists
  • GOP shouldn't cut the "God talk," religion a good indicator of worldview and policy
  • Florida man's crime of assault with a deadly alligator a picture of human ingenuity in sin
Tuesday

The Briefing 02-09-16

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  • Rise of socialism's popularity on the Left reveals many unaware of historical failures
  • Clash of worldviews on the Left puts Hollywood and young voters at odds with feminists
  • Global unrest has direct impact on 2016 presidential race in the candidacy of Rand Paul
Monday

The Briefing 02-08-16

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  • NARAL's outrage over Doritos ultrasound ad reveals that pro-choice means anti-baby
  • Feminist laments lack of sympathy from feminist friends after miscarriage, mourns child
  • Necco candy chooses gay couple for Valentine's ad, attempts to capitalize on moral revolution
  • $4.5 billion: cost of the battle for our eyeballs over 50 years of Super Bowl advertising

Ask Anything: Weekend Edition

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Dr. Mohler answers select questions in special “Ask Anything” editions of The Briefing.

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Hard times come with hard questions, and our cultural context exerts enormous pressure on Christians to affirm common ground at the expense of theological differences. But the cost of getting this question wrong is the loss of the Gospel.

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