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Monday

The Briefing 12-05-16

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  • Moral outrage over currency? Bank of England apologizes for including animal product in new £5 note
  • By our outrage we reveal ourselves: France bans commercial showing happy children with Down syndrome
  • You'll know them by their outrage: Fury over Texas requiring fetal remains be treated as human remains
Friday

The Briefing 12-02-16

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  • A clash of civilizations? Exploring the nature of the conflict between Islam and the West
  • Moral evil and the danger of moral exhaustion: What 9/11's mastermind can teach us about terrorism
  • BuzzFeed piece on Chip and Joanna Gaines a shot at all "guilty" of holding to historic Christianity
  • For many around the world, Hollywood is America's sole ambassador. What message is being communicated?
Thursday

The Briefing 12-01-16

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  • Redefining parenthood, redefining civilization: Ontario's radical new "All Families Are Equal Act"
  • Who is the relevant authority on science? How evangelicals are baffling research scientists
Wednesday

The Briefing 11-30-16

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  • Authenticity in advertising or hypocrisy in posturing? Down Syndrome and recent advertising trends
  • A new kind of evangelicalism? The Doctrine of Scripture and Red Letter Christianity
  • Is it wrong to subject gorillas to captivity? Man, the image of God, and creation
  • As wildfires blaze across the American South, we should pray for the first responders and rain
Tuesday

The Briefing 11-29-16

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  • Secularists in Great Britain offended by Prime Minister Theresa May's vague statement on faith
  • Is it possible to understand the world without taking religion seriously? Missing religion at the BBC
  • How designers refusing to dress the Trumps exposed the left's inconsistency on moral objection
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