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This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. PART I (14:12 - 14:12) ‘There are Prior Worldviews at Work': The Inevitable Function of Theology in the Abortion Debate Too Much Church in the State by New York Times (Maurine Dowd) Why is the Supreme Court Using Religious Belief to Alter Secular Law? by Salon (Thom Hartman) The Supreme Court's Religion-Driven Mission Sets off a Firestorm by Washington Post (Jennifer Rubin) PART II (20:55 - 20:55) Gallup Poll Reveals Person's Religious Beliefs Most Influence Their Views on Abortion — What Else is New? Personal Religiosity and Attitudes Toward Abortion by Gallup (Frank Newport) Religion, Politics Inform Americans' Views on Abortion by Gallup (Frank Newport and Lydia Saad) PART III (23:40 - 23:40) Thinking about Christian Thinking: Starting Right and Ending Right Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning. Follow Dr. Mohler: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube For more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu. For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com. To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.
Bill Bartholomew welcomes The Womxn Project's Jocelyn Foye for a discussion on national news about potential SCOTUS overturn of Roe v Wade, and local reaction - and action - in Rhode Island.Support the show
The issue of abortion today is politically polarized. But it wasn't always that way, including in Virginia; State officials say more than 4,500 people housed in Virginia prisons are scheduled to be released early this summer; State regulators are reviewing Dominion Energy's proposal for its long-touted Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project; and other local news stories.
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JOIN MY MAILING LIST for special gifts and opportunities.For full show notes visit: www.amandastarkingsley.com/speaking-light-into-abortion/139One to one coaching available for listeners who want to deepen their healing work. If you are someone who chose abortion and find yourself struggling, hiding, or wishing you could move beyond your experience, you can book a free call with me. We'll talk about how you can start living the life you made your choice for. https://calendly.com/amandastarkingsley/free-consult-session
Today on The Dominic Enyart Show, we're talking about how we should react when a loser goes out and kills people. Very often, the media wants to meticulously study and analyze manifestos written by freakish losers. But here on TDES, we teach these manifestos should go directly to the trash. They shouldn't pass go. They shouldn't collect $200. But they should go directly to the trash. Mondays Bob Enyart Live (Broadcast Classics) Tuesdays The Dominic Enyart Show Wednesdays The Dominic Enyart Show Thursdays Theology Thursday (with Bob Enyart) Fridays Real Science Radio (with Fred Williams) Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
Tonight's rundown: President Biden speaks in Buffalo to address the racially motivated shooting. But is he trying to exploit the situation? The Boston Globe is blaming Fox News, Tucker Carlson, and Rupert Murdoch for the shooting McDonald's is selling its business in Russia Starbucks unveils it will offer to reimburse travel expenses for employees seeking an abortion Is Elon Musk backing out of his Twitter deal? Congress is holding UFO hearings on Capitol Hill. Will it reveal anything? This Day in History: First legal same-sex marriage performed in Massachusetts Final Thought: Killing the Killers two weeks out! In Case You Missed It: "Killing the Killers" is on sale now on BillOReilly.com Click here to watch exclusive clips from the History Tour with Donald Trump Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode couldn't have come at a more pertinent time. As women's reproductive rights come under assault in the US, as Roe V Wade gets rolled back and fat, sweaty men in suits make rules they will never have to obey – I'm joined by a writer who wrote a book about the cult of having babies.Anne Heltzel is the author of Just Like Mother, a contemporary Gothic techno-thriller about fertility, pressure, choice and cults. Okay, the real-world context may be heavy, but the book is a blast. It's both a surface-level thriller and a deep indictment of the way that modern life has got us all under pressure and running just to keep up.Anne and I talk about the creepiness of dolls, whether we give too much importance to twists, our shared experiences of feeling off-course in our twenties, and how everything, anything can be a cult if you just tweak it hard enough.Enjoy!Just Like Mother is published on May 17th by Tor Nightfire Other books mentioned in this episode include: In the Dream House (2019), by Carmen Maria MachadoRosemary's Baby (1967), by Ira LevinThe Seven Visitation of Sydney Burgess (2021), by Andy MarinoIt Rides a Pale Horse (2022), by Andy Marino You can download your free copy of Ash by Dan Soule from Amazon in your region until May 19th. Support Talking Scared on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TalkingScaredPodCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, and TikTok or email direct to firstname.lastname@example.org Download Novellic on Google Play or Apple Store.Support the show
With the impending potential overthrow of Roe v. Wade, we go through all the common pro-abortion arguments and give you methods on how to respond. We give overall discussion strategies, statistics, and even the most commonly used Bible verse taken out of context to support abortion. We address the 21 most arguments and then give you the SLED test for easy categorization of pro-choice arguments.
It's a long-proven theory: Conservatives are, in general, happier, more successful and better looking than liberals. Doug explains how and why.Commusocialists seek to pass the "Woman's Health Protection Act," which would strike down over 500 State laws in America.Plus: There is a rampage of food factory fires in the United States. Doug provides analysis that no one else is offering.
According to a report from Open the Books' Adam Andrzejewski, and thanks to a FOIA request, an investigation has revealed that a large influx of cash came back to the NIH and individual NIH scientists in the form of royalty payments from third parties after the companies were rewarded govt grants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A new documentary tells the story of seven women who formed an underground network for women seeking a safe abortion in pre-Roe Chicago. Directors Tia Lessin and Emma Pildes join us to discuss their film, "The Janes," which will screen as part of the upcoming Human Rights Watch Film Festival from May 20-26, and will be available to screen on HBO Max starting on June 8.
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We discuss the volatile abortion debate, SCOTUS battle, the real war on women, and the redefinition of words such as "choice" and "peaceful protests." We also address progressive church leaders who claim to be about 'helping the poor' but are generally silent today on the plight of Americans who are hurting due to skyrocketing inflation. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Republicans are hoping to regain control of the House of Representatives this November.And there's only one district in Washington state that's up for grabs.Democrat Kim Shrier's in the 8th.There's now a new wrinkle in the race with the leaked Supreme Court opinion on abortion.KUOW political reporter David Hyde explains.
In the 2022 state legislative session, over 500 abortion restrictions were introduced, with many extreme and restrictive anti-abortion bills passing. Rachel Sussman, Vice President of State Policy and Advocacy at Planned Parenthood Action Fund, talks to us about what the recent Supreme Court leak that threatens Roe v. Wade means for multiple states in the South and Midwest United States. Many states have gotten a head start on introducing harmful anti-abortion legislation. In fact, Oklahoma and Idaho have enacted copycats of Texas's S.8.—a bill that bans abortion after only six weeks of pregnancy and allows for private citizens to enforce the law against each other through legal action. Oklahoma's law is officially in effect (PPFA has asked for a stay on the law and is waiting on the decision), while the Idaho law has been stopped at the state court level. Florida, Kentucky, and Arizona have all enacted 15-week abortion bans which will go into effect with the upholding of the case at the center of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. In addition, Louisiana is contemplating a law that would allow patients to be charged with homicide (which comes with the death penalty in the state) if they receive an abortion. The bill could also criminalize emergency contraception, invitro fertilization, and birth control. (Since we recorded Louisiana lawmakers have taken a step back from this bill for now.) There are 26 states that are positioned to ban abortion with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, mostly throughout the Midwest and the South. This will leave entire regions of the country geographically stranded when it comes to access to abortion care. Abortion providers, clinics, and funds in states that will continue to provide abortion care will undoubtedly experience extreme logistical and structural challenges while attempting to absorb the patients traveling from out-of-state. Still, there are several states that are working to support and protect abortion in direct opposition to the Supreme Court's leaked decision. New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, and Connecticut have all voted to expand the type of medical practitioners who can provide abortions (such as nurse practitioners). Meanwhile, Oregon, California, and Connecticut are discussing usage of state dollars to directly support patients in accessing care. LinksPPFA on TwitterPPFA on FacebookBansoff.orgKeepourclinics.orgNational Network of Abortion FundsTake ActionFind advocacy opportunities at bansoff.org and follow PPFA on Twitter and Facebook.If you are in a state that is hostile to abortion, find groups that are actively protesting and join. If you are in a state that is protecting abortion access, urge your state governors, legislatures, and attorneys general to act to expand policies and services.As more people wonder where, in fact, they can access an abortion, amplify abortionfinder.org. This website lists clinics and providers across the country offering care.Donate to independent abortion providers, abortion funds! Finally, if you are comfortable, share your story. Whether at the dinner table or on Twitter, your voice is important. Support the show
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
This reporter had a shocking experience at an abortion facility. Constitutional expert, lawyer, author, pastor, and founder of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver discusses the important topics of the day with co-hosts and guests that impact life, liberty, and family. To stay informed and get involved - visit www.LC.org
Anti-abortion activists always try to depersonalize abortion, as if its some abstract issue that doesn't involve real people. With the impending fall of Roe v. Wade, Abdul re-personalizes it. He speaks with obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Heather Irobunda about what the fall of Roe would mean for millions of people and how it would affect her practice.