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Thursday

The Briefing 02-16-17

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  • Character and credibility: Trump administration roiled by resignations of Flynn and Puzder
  • Bioethics and humanity's future: Gene editing in human embryos gets green light from advisory board
  • "Naked is normal": Taking credit for jumpstarting the sexual revolution, Playboy brings back nudity
Wednesday

The Briefing 02-15-17

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  • When businesses get political, how should Christian consumers respond?
  • History, sin, and memorial: Yale to drop Calhoun's name from College due to his legacy on slavery
  • In upcoming synod, Church of England to "take note" of retired bishops' letter encouraging LGBT reform
Tuesday

The Briefing 02-14-17

  • Celebrating St. Valentine's Day: How the rise of romantic love led to the transformation of marriage
  • The persistence of spirituality in our secular age: Beyoncé and fertility goddesses at the Grammys
  • Inundated with bad news: How the 24-hour news cycle affects our psyche
Monday

The Briefing 02-13-17

  • Why the judicial usurpation of politics is a threat to the American constitutional order
  • Neil Gorsuch refuses to get political in catch-22 Q&A session with Senator Schumer
  • How worldview impacts demographics and demographics reveal worldview
Friday

The Briefing 02-10-17

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  • President v. Court: What the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision means—and doesn’t mean.
  • Why decorum matters in the US Senate: GOP Senators rebuke Elizabeth Warren for indecorous comments
  • A profane trend in publishing: More and more books have expletives in their titles
  • Are American universities equipped to defend the truth, or one of the reasons truth is so disputed?
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