• Proposition 8 •
March 27, 2013
Story 1 – The arguments and implications in historic Supreme Court hearings
Supreme Court Oral Argument Audio 03/26/2013 Supreme Court of the United States
Marriage in the Dock—The Supreme Court Considers Same-Sex Marriage, AlbertMohler.com
Story 2 – On MSNBC: A jumbled mass of unspeakable moral confusion
‘The Melissa Harris-Perry Show’ for Friday, March 23rd, 2013, MSNBC
Story 3 -…
March 26, 2013
The next two days are destined to stand among the most significant days in our nation’s constitutional history, but the issues at stake reach far beyond the U.S. Constitution. Nothing less than marriage is in the dock, with the nation’s highest court set to consider two cases that deal with the question of the legalization of same-sex marriage.
March 5, 2013
Story 1 – Lawyers pushing Supreme Court to call homosexual marriage a ‘fundamental right’
Supreme Court is urged to allow gay marriage nationwide, Los Angeles Times (David Savage)
Story 2 – On Proposition 8, court dismissal would be victory for homosexual marriage
A third possibility on Prop. 8, Los Angeles Times (Erwin Chemerinsky)
Story 3 – Growing political…
March 1, 2013
Story 1 – What can Evangelicals learn from the Papal resignation?
Benedict Formally Ends His Papacy, Leaving Vatican, New York Times (Rachel Donadio)
Story 2 – Obama’s ‘evolution’ on gay marriage: overturn California gay marriage ban
U.S. to Urge Justices to End California Gay Marriage Ban, New York Times (Adam Liptak)
Story 3 – Businesses substitute moral authority for…
December 3, 2012
TODAY 1. The Supreme Court and Same-Sex Marriage — A Decision Not to Decide is Still a Decision. 2. First Same-Sex Marriage in West Point’s Chapel — What it Means. 3. Sharia Law Combines with Autocracy in Egypt. 4. The Two-Edged Sword of Palestinian Statehood. 5. Does Justice Require that Stay-at-Home Moms Leave Home? I discuss all these and more in today’s edition of The Briefing: A Daily Analysis of News and Events from a Christian Worldview.
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 a Toy Store / The United Nations Grants Palestinians Observer State Status, But Where is the State? I discuss all these and more in today’s edition of The Briefing: A Daily Analysis of News and Events from a Christian Worldview.
January 29, 2010
Both sides in the federal trial over same-sex marriage have now rested, and the nation awaits the decision of U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker. Nevertheless, the judge’s decision will not put the matter to rest, no matter his ruling. Both sides have pledged, if they lose, to appeal his ruling all the way to the…
December 30, 2008
The year 2008 began with the anticipation that history would be made, and on that count the year certainly did not disappoint. Nevertheless, the year unfolded with more surprises than usual. The intellectual task of reviewing a year is always fascinating, usually difficult, and often humbling. That is certainly the case with the year 2008….
November 24, 2008
November 10, 2008
It’s been nearly a week since voters in California voted to pass Proposition 8, preserving traditional definitions of marriage through a constitutional amendment. But will of the people is already being challenged by litigation and activism from the gay-rights community. On today’s program, Dr. Mohler looks at the news and clash of worldviews coming in…
November 5, 2008
October 30, 2008