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The Briefing 05-08-13

1. Relief in Cleveland reminder of global sex slavery problem Three Women Reunited with Families After Years of Captivity CNN (Michael Pearson and Martin Savidge)...

  • Abandon
  • Audio
  • China
  • Cleveland
  • Dogs
  • earthquakes
  • Immigration
  • Kidnapping
  • Methodist Church
  • Mothers
  • Ogletree
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • Sex Slavery
  • Walk-away Moms
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Bad Language in the Pulpit?

A number of noted evangelicals have recently argued for a legitimate use of scatological or coarse language in the pulpit. If we're to connect with...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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Honoring Our Fathers and Mothers in Old Age

As the Baby Boomer generation ages, more and more Americans are struggling to figure out how to best care for their aging parents. On today's...Read this essay →

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Controversy in Ft. Worth: When Biblical Complementarianism Makes the News

When the college at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced its plans to introduce a bachelor's degree in the humanities with an emphasis on homemaking for...Read this essay →

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Debunking The Myth of “Having It All”

The cover story in the most recent issue of U.S. News and World Report prompts an interesting conversation today on motherhood in modern America and...Read this essay →

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Religious Discrimination and the Narrowing Exception Clause

An Encore Presentation From 05/17/07Read this essay →

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What Our Greeting Cards Say About Us

Our greeting cards betray us. According to Hallmark, Americans gave approximately 103 million Father's Day cards this past weekend, but only half of those were...Read this essay →

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Religious Discrimination and the Narrowing Exception Clause

A newly proposed bill in the U.S. House of Representatives contains a notably narrower exception clause for religious institutions who are unwilling to hire active...Read this essay →

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Linda Hirshman And The Mandate For Women To Get Back To Work

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