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The Briefing 04-16-14

Fervor over “blood moon” does not reflect well on Christians; India’s recognition of 3rd gender reflects global confusion over sexuality; Revolutionary Colorado Senate Bill 175…

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  • Audio
  • Blood Moon
  • Colorado Senate Bill 175
  • Gender
  • India
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The Briefing 09-17-13

The Irrationality of Evil: Tragedy and Terrorism in D.C. Navy Yard; Limits of human justice: Indian judge sentences four to death in New Delhi rape…

  • Aaron Alexis
  • Audio
  • Death Sentence
  • Delhi
  • Gender
  • New Delhi
  • Rape Case
  • Shooting
  • Washington DC
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The Briefing 01-25-13

Story 1 - Research to resume on deadly flu virus - a recipe for human insanity Research to Resume on Modified, Deadlier Bird Flu, New...

  • gambling
  • Gender
  • Labor Unions
  • Lottery
  • secularism
  • Swine Flu
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The Briefing 12-11-12

Story 1 - Is the Biblical account of Jesus's birth historical fact or just unenlightened religious devotion? What Do We Really Know About Jesus? Newsweek...

  • Audio
  • Christmas
  • Gender
  • Hugo Chavez
  • Toys
  • Virgin Birth
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The Briefing 12-05-12

Story 1 - Good News In California - Judge Restores Rights For Parents, Christians, And Mental Health Community Judge Refuses to Block Calif. Gay Therapy...

  • Audio
  • Counseling
  • Disabilities
  • Fathers
  • Freedom of Speech
  • gay
  • Gender
  • Homosexuality
  • Text Messaging
  • Texting
  • therapy
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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 11-15-12

Swedish School’s Big Lesson Begins With Dropping Personal Pronouns... French Lawmakers Debate Same-Sex Marriage Bill

  • Audio
  • France
  • Gender
  • Personal Pronouns
  • Sweden
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Will Marriage Be Preserved For The Next Generation?

Marriage is under attack and many wonder if it will be preserved and defended for future generations.  From rewriting definitions to legislative battles, lines are...Read this essay →

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Boys Wearing Skirts to School? What’s Going On?

Clothing makes a statement, and if The New York Times is any indicator of where the culture is headed, clothing is speaking loudly.  According to...Read this essay →

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Women Fighting in Combat: is this a Good Idea?

Women are finding an increasing role in the military: fighting in combat along side with men. Is this an appropriate role for women to fulfill?...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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A President Leaves a Denomination over Women’s Roles, Again

Former President Jimmy Carter has announced that he is leaving the Southern Baptist Convention, again, over issues of male headship in the Church and home....Read this essay →

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Ask Anything Wednesday

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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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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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African-American Men and the Local Church

Walk into the average evangelical church and you'll notice a higher proportion of women in attendance than men. Studies suggest that the disparity is all...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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Single-Gender Classrooms: A New Option for Families

The mainstream media has taken notice of a number of educators leading a movement for same-gender classrooms throughout the nation. At the front of the...Read this essay →

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God, Politics, and Politicians

How are we to think about the religious commitments of political candidates? Are their actual beliefs off-limits in terms of public policy?Read this essay →

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The Dangerous Book for Boys: The Reality of Gender Difference Comes Home

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The Dangerous Book for Boys: The Reality of Gender Difference Comes Home

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Conservative Judaism, Homosexuality and the Church

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Cross-Dressing Kindergarteners: Gender Confusion In America

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Reading The Culture: “When Jane Becomes Jack”

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Does God Get To Name Himself?

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The Sexualization Of America: Victoria’s Secret In Primetime

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Is the School Library Safe?

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