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The Briefing 09-25-14

Podcast Transcript 1) Obama UN address reveals insufficiency of secular vocabulary in facing evil Obama’s Address to the United Nations General Assembly, Wall Street Journal ---Transcript 2)...

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  • Family
  • Incest
  • Islamic State
  • Marriage
  • Obama
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The Briefing 05-23-14

Podcast Transcript 1) Pro-choice advocates threatened by limitations on abortion due to distastefulness of abortion With New Bill, Abortion Limits Spread in South, New York Times...

  • Abortion
  • Audio
  • Family
  • Fatherhood
  • Poverty
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The Briefing 01-27-14

Considering the tragedy of “brain death” and the gift of human life; Contraceptive Mandate: “Like a picture you can look at and see two totally…

  • Audio
  • Brain Death
  • Children
  • contraception mandate
  • Family
  • Goodfellas
  • Jahi McMath
  • Marlise Muñoz
  • Terri Schiavo
  • Vincent Asaro
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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 09-12-13

Russian President speaks to the American people about the Syrian conflict; Britain’s shift toward approval of same-sex marriage and away from marriage; Transgender student seeks…

  • Audio
  • Britain
  • Family
  • Homecoming
  • Homosexuality
  • Marriage
  • Putin
  • Russia
  • Syria
  • Transgender
  • Vladimir Putin
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Sorry Kids: Back to School = Back to Bedtime

Sorry kids, back to school means back to bedtime. One of the odd characteristics of our time is our apparent need  for scientific verification of...

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The Briefing 03-22-13

Story 1 - Seeing through the spin: Why did Pediatrics group back same-sex marriage? Pediatrics Association Says It Supports Same-Sex Marriage, Wall Street Journal (Shirley...

  • Audio
  • Church of England
  • Family
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • United Nations
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How Did This Happen? The Family Crisis as a Theological Crisis

Writing a generation ago, sociologist Christopher Lasch pointed to the weakening of the family as the most significant and dangerous development of our times. In...Read this essay →

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The Briefing 08-16-12

Why 90 Million Americans Won't Vote In November... Republicans Fret Over Ryan’s Appeal... French Catholic Church Pro-Marriage Prayer Provokes Gay Rights Row... Drought Forces Reductions...

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  • Drought
  • Family
  • Republican
  • Roman Catholic
  • Voting
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Soft Patriarchy, Firm Realities: A Conversation with Bradford Wilcox

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An Interview with Josh Harris

We all first met him when he wrote his provocative book, "I Kissed Dating Goodbye."  Since then, Josh Harris has written several books including his...Read this essay →

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Falling Flat: The Unethical Case for Monogamy

Is faithfulness in marriage a good thing, or has monogamy become overrated?  The Los Angles Times has recently reported on the state of monogamy in...Read this essay →

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How to Think about Reproductive Services as a Christian

The joy of having children is something sought after by all kinds of people, specifically for Christians who understand the gift children are from the...Read this essay →

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What Women Want: A Response to Feminism

Women are no longer happy.  According to Maureen Dowd, reporting for The New York Times, as women grow older they become less and less happy. ...Read this essay →

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The Changing of Minds on Contraception

Contraception is a very important and sensitive issue that leads many evangelical couples to very different conclusions. As couples marry, they find that they have...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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Polyamory: One Relationship? Two? How Many Faithful Relationships for You?

The idle of choice in relationships is destroying faithfulness between couples. Polyamory is the practice of sexual relationships between many couples who are faithful only...Read this essay →

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The Lost Art of Great Cooking

Great cooking is hard to find these days. One of the most important rooms in every home, the kitchen, was once the heart of the...Read this essay →

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Storytelling and a Child’s Imagination

Does storytelling matter to children? Guest-host Russell Moore speaks with writer and musician Andrew Peterson about the importance of telling the right stories--and telling the...Read this essay →

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How to Protect Orphans from Hollywood

Why are people so afraid of orphans? Orphans often find themselves demonized by Hollywood, and it's happened again with the release of a new horror...Read this essay →

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Debunking the Myths of Fatherhood

Fatherhood is incredibly important and has the power to give life or death to children. What makes a man a good father? At the intersection...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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The End of Gender As We Know It

In today's New York Times Jennifer Finney Boylan argues that the concept of two clearly defined--and distinct--genders is now outdated. Is gender a fluid concept?...Read this essay →

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On Second Thought — Why Mother’s Day is a Bad Idea

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The Urgency of Motherhood

More than ever, we are in need of courageous mothers. On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes to the program Rebecca Hagelin, Senior Communications Fellow at...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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The Morning After Pill and the End of Parenthood

The drive for reproductive control is a central obsession of the left, and it has infected many who would otherwise classify themselves as conservative as...Read this essay →

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When Abortion Collides with Totalitarianism

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The Real Population Threat

For well over a century, many prophets of doom have predicted world overpopulation would lead to ecological disaster, famine, poverty and other woes. As Philip...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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