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Thursday

The Briefing 02-04-16

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  • In historic mosque visit, Obama attempts to reduce teaching of Islam to moralism
  • In influential mosques across the globe, demise of the West a common theme preached
  • Statement for religious freedom signed in country that does not recognize Christian faith
  • Death of militarized fourth-grader in Afghanistan exposes horror story of child combatants
  • Proponent of forcing bakers to bake gay cakes changes mind, champions freedom of conscience
Wednesday

The Briefing 02-03-16

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  • US looks to register women for the draft, comes face-to-face with egalitarian implications
  • Recent pro-life victories in Kentucky made possible by election of pro-life governor
  • While some religious liberty battles are inevitable, Bevin shows how others are avoidable
  • China detains Christian pastor, sends signal to those who would challenge the atheist regime
Tuesday

The Briefing 02-02-16

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  • Iowa Caucus resets political equation as candidates and their worldviews face real voters
  • As India seeks to halt sex-selective abortions, USA still offers legal abortion-on-demand
  • Britain legalizes genetic modification of human embryos for research, sidelines ethics
Monday

The Briefing 02-01-16

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  • Origin of "-phobic" in cultural vocabulary reveals link between conversation and worldview
  • Multiplication of new gender pronouns a rejection of God's design of man as male and female

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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The challenge of the moral revolution threatens to shake the very foundations of Christianity in the United States and far beyond.

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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

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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