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The Briefing 01-20-14

Virginia on the front lines of same-sex marriage debate; Arguments over same-sex marriage reveal a difference of authority; On disagreements over most important issues –…

  • Audio
  • Children
  • Christian Theological Seminary
  • Conservatives
  • Indiana
  • Indianapolis
  • Joy
  • Liberals
  • Matthew Myer Boulton
  • Parents
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • Virginia
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The Briefing 12-10-13

Same-Sex Marriage legal in Australia – but legal challenges remain; Latest Obamacare controversy – Massive wealth re-distribution; American education not measuring up. The major solution…

  • Audio
  • Australia
  • Education
  • North Korea
  • Obamacare
  • Parents
  • Same-Sex Marriage
  • Wealth Redistribution
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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 05-10-13

1. Hiding behind "Science" - The Emergency Contraception Controversy Sneering at Parents, Hiding Behind “Science” — The Emergency Contraception Controversy, AlbertMohler.com (Dr. Albert Mohler)Prude or...

  • adultery
  • Audio
  • birth control
  • Homosexuality
  • Hot Wheels
  • In Vitro Fertilization
  • Mark Sanford
  • Parents
  • Plan B
  • teens
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The Briefing 01-23-13

Story 1 - 40 years after Roe: Americans remain deeply conflicted 'Roe v. Wade' about much more than abortion, USA Today (Kate Michelman and Carol...

  • Abortion
  • Children
  • Parents
  • Pro-Life
  • Roe v. Wade
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The Injustice of Helpful Parents — Yet More Insanity

French President François Hollande recently announced that he wants French schools to put an end to homework. That is certain to thrill school children in...

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The Briefing

From Stephen Hawking's book to the New York Times' perspective on God and politics, Dr. Mohler provides detailed analysis of the important news and cultural...

  • Audio
  • Barbara Boxer
  • God
  • Parents
  • Politics
  • Stephen Hawking
  • study habits
  • The New York Times
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Seen But Not Heard?

Whatever happened to being seen but not heard? Diana West asks that question in a recent essay, noting that there has been a massive shift...Read this essay →

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Having the Talk: Educating Your Children About Sex

Parents are finding that their children know a startling amount of information about sex from a very young age.  A recent study published by Pediatrics...Read this essay →

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When Medicine and Faith Collide — What About the Child?

Recent cases involving parents who claim a religious reason to refuse medical treatment for children have cast this issue back into the Public Square --...Read this essay →

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How Will History Remember the Gay Marriage Debate?

In his acceptance speech last night at the Academy Awards, actor Sean Penn told supporters of California's Proposition 8 that their opposition to gay marriage...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 Green Bible, Presidential Politics, and Evangelicals

With HarperOne's release of the Green Bible, the mainstream media is once again asking if evangelicals are finally developing an "environmental consciousness." On today's program,...Read this essay →

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

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California Prop 4: Abortion, Parental Authority, and Child Safety

Voters in California are now accustomed to a long list of ballot initiatives every election season, some more noteworthy than others. This November, Proposition 4...Read this essay →

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Raising Children in an Affluent Society

Americans have never lived in a period of greater and more widespread affluence. But how does this unprecedented level of affluence impact the Christian family?...Read this essay →

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The Christian Family and Teenage Pregnancy

The recent news that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's seventeen year-old unmarried daughter is pregnant sparked a firestorm of conversation in the political world. But the...Read this essay →

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The Christian Family and Teenage Pregnancy

The recent news that Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's seventeen year-old unmarried daughter is pregnant sparked a firestorm of conversation in the political world. But the...Read this essay →

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A Bolt From the Blue — A Homeschooling Decision in California

Like a bolt from the blue, a California appeals court has ruled that the state's parents have no constitutional right to homeschool their own children....Read this essay →

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Boys Being Diagnosed As … Boys

The number of children -- especially boys -- diagnosed with ADHD has skyrocketed in recent years. On today's show, Dr. Mohler says while some boys...Read this essay →

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Shirking Our Parental Responsibility

A recent cover story in The Wall Street Journal reports about the controversy surrounding the school district superintendent in Argyle, Texas. When Jason Ceyanes began...Read this essay →

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Making The Right Educational Choice For Your Children

More and more Christians are exiting America's public schools, leaving many to ask what their options are. On today's program, Dr. Mohler looks at the...Read this essay →

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“The New Family Trump Card” — Family Time vs. Church Time

Is "family time" encroaching on "church time?" Leadership, a publication in the Christianity Today family of magazines, surveyed 490 pastors last year, asking them about...Read this essay →

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A Cry From the Heart of a Generation — The Pain of Divorce

Kenneth Lowe is a young man with a message -- and a rather stark message at that. He has written a powerful essay that serves...Read this essay →

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Youth Ministry In A New Key?

An Encore Presentation From 11/03/06Read this essay →

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Youth Ministry In A New Key?

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The ‘Cuddle Puddle’ and American High Schools

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Back To School: How Should Christians Be Involved In Their Children’s Education?

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