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The Briefing 06-12-14

Podcast Transcript 1) California ruling opposes teacher tenure law for sake of children's education California court rules teacher tenure creates impermissible unequal conditions, Washington Post...

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  • Economy
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  • Religious Liberty
  • Teacher Tenure
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Two Is Better Than One—Who Knew?

For some time now, scholars like W. Bradford Wilcox at the University of Virginia and Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute have been telling...Read this essay →

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The Briefing 09-26-13

Leader’s must be clear. President Obama has not been.; Obama increasingly restrained by liberals; Hypocrisy in Congress: Congressional members exempting themselves from Obamacare; Government ran…

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  • Congress
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The Briefing, Friday, November 30, 2012

TODAY: Another Decision Day at the Supreme Court -- Marriage on the Line / Does the Fiscal Cliff Really Matter? / The Gender Police Hit...

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The Briefing 08-02-12

Federal Reserve’s Statement After Its Meeting Wednesday... Author Gore Vidal Dies... Partisan Divide Growing On Gay Marriage... Michael Phelps: Most Decorated Olympian In History

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The Briefing

A tale of two mine disasters... The legal complications of cohabitation... Elites look at the Elites... Poverty in the suburbs... Aging and the economy... Why...

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  • California
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  • Economy
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Render Unto Caesar? On Paying Taxes After Obamacare

The recent passage of health care legislation by the United States Congress has many Christians concerned that their tax dollars could potentially be used to...Read this essay →

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Limiting Our Carbon Footprint: No More Babies

What do birth rates and greenhouse gasses have in common? Nothing. Unless you're debating whether or not to have children because you're concerned about the...Read this essay →

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Bruce Ware on “Big Truths for Young Hearts”

Ever thought of reading systematic theology to your kids at bedtime? Well, Bruce Ware did. A professor of theology and the president of the Evangelical...Read this essay →

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Rethinking Retirement

The economic downturn has forced many Americans to delay retirement, if not abandon the concept entirely. But where does retirement fit in a Christian worldview?...Read this essay →

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The Delay of Marriage and the Decline of Church Attendance

W. Bradford Wilcox of the University of Virginia has written a must-read article in the "Houses of Worship" column of The Wall Street Journal. Wilcox...Read this essay →

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TIME Magazine on “10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now”

TIME magazine's current cover story is "10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now."  The March 23, 2009 issue of the magazine is supertitled, "Annual Special...Read this essay →

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When the Recession Hits the Christian Home

Families everywhere are experiencing tremendous economic hardship and Christian families have not been immune to these difficulties. But how do Christian convictions on family, gender...Read this essay →

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Are Human Beings a Negative Cost?

When one of the British government's leading environmental advisors suggested that responsible families should have no more than two children in efforts to combat overpopulation,...Read this essay →

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What Is Christian Economic Responsibility?

Are evangelical churches rightly understanding basic ideas of Christian economic responsibility? Only a day after the House of Representatives passed Pres. Obama's $819 billion stimulus...Read this essay →

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Evangelicalism in the Obama Era

One week before Inauguration Day, Dr. Mohler welcomes special guest Richard Land to the program for a helpful retrospective on the 2008 election and a...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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Uncertain Economic Times and Booming Church Attendance

A recent story in the New York Times notes the surge in attendance in evangelical churches during times of economic uncertainty. On today's program, Dr....Read this essay →

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Are American Evangelicals Spoiled by Blessing?

Ask a lot of American evangelicals and you'll find many are characterized by a pronounced sense of discouragement, even worry, about everything from the economy...Read this essay →

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Are American Evangelicals Spoiled by Blessing?

Ask a lot of American evangelicals and you'll find many are characterized by a pronounced sense of discouragement, even worry, about everything from the economy...Read this essay →

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Making Moral Sense of the Economic Crisis

The American economy continues to dominate the media coverage, and for good reason. But are Christians generally prepared to offer a distinctly biblical interpretation of...Read this essay →

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Spare the Rod? America’s Parents Just Won’t Get With the Science

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Are We Promised Prosperity?

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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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Ask Anything Wednesday

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

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A Christian Response to Uncertain Economic Times

The American overcrisis has overtaken the national consciousness from Wall Street to Main Street. On today's program, Dr. Mohler considers the intersection of economics and...Read this essay →

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Is a ‘Demographic Winter’ Coming?

Demographers and sociologists have for several years now noted the startling decline of fertility rates not only in Europe, but across the globe. However, few...Read this essay →

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Is a ‘Demographic Winter’ Coming?

Demographers and sociologists have for several years now noted the startling decline of fertility rates not only in Europe, but across the globe. However, few...Read this essay →

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Listening to the Culture at the Cineplex

Do the movies we watch tell us anything about our cultural values and worldview? On today's program, guest host Russell Moore not only reveals his...Read this essay →

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The Pro-Life Cause: Working for Reduction or Elimination?

When it became public that Tony Campolo had been named to the Democratic Party's platform committee, pro-life Democrats expressed hope that an 'abortion reduction' plank...Read this essay →

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