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The Briefing 06-23-16

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  • Brexit and the question of identity: Is the UK more fundamentally British or European?
  • Obama admin continues to pave over Christian conscience in California insurance ruling
  • New York's "blue laws" endure as a residual witness to America's Christian heritage

The Briefing 06-22-16

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  • Character in leadership: Does it matter to evangelicals in the 2016 presidential race?
  • Dignity in crisis: An alarming number of able-bodied men not working or looking for work
  • Distributing condoms to teens increases sexual activity and pregnancies, new study shows

The Briefing 06-21-16

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  • Russian athletes banned from Olympics due to Moscow's complicity in doping charges
  • Former SS guard at Auschwitz convicted in what may be the final Nazi war crime trial
  • Gender differences continue to shine through despite society's best efforts to gloss over them

The Briefing 06-20-16

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  • When sensationalism masquerades as scholarship—and then is unmasked: The unraveling of "The Gospel of Jesus's Wife"

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

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In the coming weeks, we are going to be learning a great deal more about the presidential candidates. But it’s also increasingly true that we’re going to be learning a great deal about ourselves as evangelical Christians in America. Perhaps we had better brace ourselves for what we’re going to learn.

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