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Thursday

The Briefing 06-30-16

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  • America's new state religion: California bill threatens existence of Christian higher ed
  • California to consider legalizing recreational marijuana in November with "Adult Use of Marijuana Act"
  • The economics of morality: Microsoft first major company to try capitalizing on marijuana
Wednesday

The Briefing 06-29-16

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  • Why are the most important moral questions of our time being decided by the Supreme Court?
  • Independent report shows SCOTUS decisions are trending left. Are we really surprised?
  • Can Christians still be pharmacists? Yesterday's SCOTUS decision a major blow to religious liberty.
  • From covenant to contract: No-fault divorce is wreaking havoc on another generation
  • Islamic terrorist attack in Istanbul another attempt at upending civilization as we know it
Tuesday

The Briefing 06-28-16

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  • In landmark case, SCOTUS doubles down on "constitutional" right to an abortion invented 40 yrs. ago
  • Ex-Gov. of Virginia avoids conviction in unanimous SCOTUS decision upholding due process
  • Most British millennials were strongly against Brexit—but not enough to vote.
Monday

The Briefing 06-27-16

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  • Brexit means change for both Britain and Europe. But just what will that change bring?
  • Influential conservative George Will exits GOP over loss of party's conservative identity
  • One year after Obergefell, historic decision still sending shock waves throughout society

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

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