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May 2, 2013
1. In Boston, the gift of friendship turning toxic and dangerous
U.S. Detains 3 in Connection with Boston Bombings, New York Times (Katharine Q. Seelye, et al)
2. Obama Administration appealing Morning-After Pill ruling
U.S. Will Appeal Order on Morning-After Pill, New York Times (Pam Belluck)
3. Civil Unions in Colorado imply less and require less, for homosexuals and…
March 13, 2013
1) Gay marriage fight not about marriage; it’s about normalization.
Colorado House passes civil unions, but fans note marriage is equality Denver Post (Lynn Bartels)
Gay rights pioneers revel in progress of gay marriage, USA Today (Richard Wolf)
2) Preventing teen pregnancy through billboards and paying teens not to get pregnant?
NYC teen pregnancy prevention campaign comes…
March 4, 2013
March 4, 2013
Story 1 – Why are adultery laws there in the first place? And why do they seem archaic now?
Bill to repeal adultery, sexual immorality laws goes to Colorado House, The Denver Post (Lynn Bartels)
Story 2 – Bible classes in public schools not “ecumenical” enough – can the Bible ever be neutral?
Church, State and Bible Class…
December 11, 2007
A recent article in First Things suggests that American families have lost their freedom to actively engage as Christians in a society increasingly immersed in pornography. And while we are all aware of the prevalence of pornography within media, the mall is becoming a frontline in this cultural shift. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler takes…
December 10, 2007
For the first time since 1860 a diocese of the Episcopal Church has seceded from the national body. The vote came Saturday as delegates to the annual convention of the Diocese of San Joaquin in central California voted 173 to 22 to remove all mention of the Episcopal Church USA from its ruling documents. On…