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The Briefing 01-16-14

Considering recent controversies, is “brain death” truly death? Controversy over New York woman declaring ‘combat on her cancer’ New Mexico judge has ruled assisted suicide…

  • Assisted Suicide
  • Audio
  • Brain Death
  • Combat on Cancer
  • Jahi McMath
  • Madeline Arakawa
  • Marlise Muñoz
  • Right to Die
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The Briefing 08-13-13

Bulger conviction reveals moral order even in organized crime; Wed-leases, monogamish, and throuples: the linguistic and moral revolution; Australian Prime Minister promises legal same-sex marriage…

  • Assisted Suicide
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  • Kevin Rudd
  • Marriage
  • Organized Crime
  • Wed-Lease
  • Whitey Bulger
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The Briefing 05-21-13

Yesterday, Dr. Mohler recorded a Special Edition of The Briefing in light of the tragedy in Moore Oklahoma. Please be sure to listen to that episode in...

  • Abortion
  • Assisted Suicide
  • Audio
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Demographic
  • Gosnell
  • Homosexual Marriage
  • Morality
  • Vermont
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The Briefing 05-16-13

1. Controversies embroil President Obama and threaten his agenda Controversies Threaten President's Agenda, Wall Street Journal (Peter Nicholas and Janet Hook) A Brief History of...

  • Assisted Suicide
  • Audio
  • E-books
  • Fifty Shades of Grey
  • gay marriage
  • IRS
  • Minnesota
  • Obama
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • Taxes
  • Vermont
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The Briefing 01-18-13

Story 1 - Forty years after Roe, human dignity hangs in the balance The Woes of Roe, The New York Times (Gail Collins) Good Riddance,...

  • Assisted Suicide
  • Audio
  • Human Dignity
  • Jews
  • Mohamed Morsi
  • Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
  • Pro-Choice
  • Roe v. Wade
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Women and Children First? A Tale of Two Ships

The tragic sinkings of the two ships Titantic and Lusitania reveal two very different stories.  On the Titantic, many men gave up their seats for...Read this essay →

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Ask Anything Wednesday

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The College Campus and the New Gender Revolution

As Karin Venable Morin points out in National Review, more and more college campuses are developing co-ed dorm rooms, even apart from students' requests. As...Read this essay →

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Marvelous Suicide and Beneficial Abortion — Worldviews Matter

The current "Great Recession" brings a host of moral questions as we experience a massive economic earthquake. Indeed, some see the economic crisis as an...Read this essay →

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Ask Anything Wednesday

Call with your question - you set the agenda.1-877-893-TALK(8255)Read this essay →

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Has The ‘Twilight’ Phenomenon Reached Your Home?

Stephenie Meyer's blockbuster Twilight series has become a publishing phenomenon and, now, a blockbuster at the box office and DVD release. However, given their subject–adolescent...Read this essay →

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Commemorating Veterans Day 2008

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Remembering the Life and Legacy of Jonathan Edwards

Do American evangelicals have anything to learn from Jonathan Edwards? It's been 250 years since his death, but his influence on American evangelicalism remains ever-present....Read this essay →

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Ask Anything Wednesday

Call with your question - you set the agenda.1-877-893-TALK(8255)Read this essay →

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How Much is Enough?

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Dying with Dignity: Human Exceptionalism and the Euthanasia Debate

Do Western ideals of human autonomy and the alleviation of human suffering demand a much broader idea of euthanasia and assisted suicide? Some bioethicists are...Read this essay →

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On the Front Lines of the Bioethics Debate: A Conversation with Robert P. George

On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes professor Robert P. George into the studio for a fascinating conversation about a wide range of issues.Read this essay →

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“At Death’s Window”: Anne Lamott And Assisted Suicide

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Rehabilitating Judas?

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Biblical Literacy In Our Churches: How Are We Doing?

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