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The Briefing 10-27-16

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  • By failing to address America's astronomical national debt, we are stealing from the next generation
  • From the terminally ill to the mentally ill: Europe's ever-expanding euthansia laws
  • Canadian doctor helps 94-yr-old commit suicide who wasn't terminally ill but feared he was a burden
  • Denying coverage for terminal illness, insurance offers California mother suicide pills—for $1.20

The Briefing 10-26-16

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  • Which Hillary Clinton? Sanders and Warren vow to hold Hillary's feet to the fire on left-wing policies
  • The false promise of "comprehensive sex education": Louisville schools look to standardize sex ed
  • The Vatican, cremation, and worldview: What the historic Christian teaching on burial says about faith

The Briefing 10-25-16

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  • Can a moral revolution rewrite history? Britain to posthumously pardon men convicted of gay crimes
  • Once a bastion of Calvinism and Catholicism, Scotland now has the "gayest Parliament in the world”
  • The end of capital punishment? Support for the death penalty falls to lowest point in decades
  • Advocates of partial-birth abortion insist it's rare. Why won't they say it's wrong?

The Briefing 10-24-16

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  • Hillary finds enthusiastic support in the media for her unblinking defense of late-term abortion
  • Are doublespeak and hypocrisy merely tools of the political trade? A defense of being two-faced in the New York Times
  • Study indicates secular people tend to invest greater trust in those who are religious

The Briefing 10-21-16

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  • ISIS on the run: Major offensive in Mosul comes on the heels of the fall of highly symbolic Dabiq
  • With marijuana on the ballot, cash-strapped states are looking to capitalize on cannabis
  • Whose child is this? With the redefinition of marriage comes the expanded definition of parenthood

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While most evangelicals were watching Gunsmoke and taking their kids to the newly opened Walt Disney World, Schaeffer was listening and watching as a new worldview was taking hold of the larger culture.

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