In this podcast-extended episode, we welcome back Liz Yore of Yore Children to discuss the history of the Church in China and Hong Kong. What happened between the Vatican and China, and what does then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick have to do with it? Pope Hopes Provisional Agreement With China Will Be Renewed Bishop Lei Celebrates the Birth of China's Communist Party in Leshan Cathedral The Cardinal Kung Foundation Bitter Winter: A Magazine on Religious Liberty and Human Rights The Holy Face Devotion Communism and the Conscience of the West - Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Last week, more than 80 organizations—including the Colson Center, Alliance Defending Freedom, and Focus on the Family—sent a letter to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. The purpose was “to denounce . . . the so-called ‘Respect for Marriage Act, ‘in the strongest possible terms.” The letter outlined three problems with this legislation. First, the act would require recognition of any state definition of marriage, making possible options such as polygamous or open marriages. This would sacrifice the well-being of children for adult happiness. Second, the act sets up religious organizations and businesses to be sued for upholding that marriage is between a man and a woman. So, religious foster agencies, social service organizations, and other organizations and businesses contracted with the government could expect to be targeted. Third, this legislation could threaten the tax-exempt status of non-profits that believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. The so-called “Respect for Marriage Act” would establish and expand the wrongly decided Obergefell ruling. If you care about religious liberty and children, please contact your senator today. Resources: Call Your Senators About the Respect for Marriage Act>> Possible Script to Say to Senator's Office About Marriage Act>> Letter From Coalition to Senate Minority Leader>>
Rebecca and Liz recap the case, which was discussed in Episode 2, and review the decision handed down by the Supreme Court earlier this year. They also discuss the importance of this decision in the context of all other religious liberty cases from the high court's term this past year. Background SCOTUS Decision Check us out on Facebook and Twitter. Our website, we-dissent.org, has more information as well as episode transcripts.
It's a deep dive into law and religion in this conservative supermajority iteration of the Supreme Court. Kate talks with Micah Schwartzman of UVA and Nelson Tebbe of Cornell about some of the major religious liberty cases that have come before the Court in recent years, and what the Court may be signaling for the future.
Christians are being persecuted around the globe and their religious liberty severely limited, the House wants to (dis)respect marriage with their new bill, Christians should be very engaged in the political scene, and the major deficit of dads in the U.S. is having dangerous repercussions.P.S. I was super tired when I recorded this episode. I re-recorded several sections and my responses were still sometimes not as coherent as I would have liked them to be. If you have any questions and just want to talk, feel free to email me at email@example.com or message me on Facebook anytime. Just promise to keep things respectful. The topics in all the episodes for this show are tough topics and emotions need to be kept at a low in order to have civil conversations. Blessings.Song: IntentionsArtist: AnberlinAlbum: VitalCopyright 2012
Boyd looks at why it's so important to protect religious liberty. It's only by allowing people to bring their full selves to the public square do we, in turn, truly foster an environment of curiosity, growth, and change.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First Liberty Live! is continuing our series of special double-header episodes with two exemplary intellectual leaders: former solicitor general of the United States, Paul Clement, and Kristan Hawkins, president and founder of Students for Life. Host Stuart Shepard catches up with Clement for the first time since our decisive victory for Coach Kennedy to get his take on the Supreme Court opinion and what could come next at the Court. Stuart also talks to Kristan Hawkins about the recent Dobbs Court decision and the wave of cancel culture she has faced in its aftermath.
Hal Shurtleff, host of the Camp Constitution Report which originates on Catching Fire News https://catchingfire.news/ interviews Mr. Michael King of Massachusetts Family Institute on religious victories in the State of Massachusetts and Beyond.
Intellectual historian Sarah Irving-Stonebraker joins the show for a conversation about the history of religious liberty, exploring the emergence and development of the concept from its first explicit usage by the third century church father Tertullian to its more recent secular evolution towards the present. Key moments in the history of religious liberty are covered, including the medieval period, the Reformation, colonisation, the American constitution and the French Revolution, conscientious objection and the Australian context. Dr Sarah Irving-Stonebraker is Senior Lecturer in History at Western Sydney University and co-editor of the Journal of Religious History. She was awarded her PhD in History from Cambridge University (2007) and has been an Assistant Professor at Florida State University and a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford University. Her first book, Natural Science and the Origins of the British Empire (Cambridge), was awarded The Royal Society of Literature and Jerwood Foundation Award for Non-fiction. She has two current book projects: Forgotten Histories of Religious Liberty in Australia, 1788- Present and The Death of History and the Hope of Christianity. The Political Animals is hosted by Dr Jonathan Cole, an academic, writer, speaker and translator specialising in political theology: the intersection of religion and politics. Jonathan was a senior terrorism analyst at Australian intelligence agency the Office of National Assessments where he worked on Islamist terrorism and the global jihadist movement. He is the author of Christian Political Theology in an Age of Discontent: Mediating Scripture, Doctrine, and Political Reality. You can follow Jonathan and the show on Twitter and Facebook.
Liz, Rebecca, Alison and Monica discuss the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which overturns the fundamental right to abortion care. The co-hosts break down the decision, the ramifications of the decision, and commiserate over the future of the rights of women to make their own health care choices. Background Oral Arguments SCOTUS Blog Page Text of SB8 FFRF, CFI, and AA coalition amicus brief AU, AHA, Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice, and Interfaith Alliance Foundation coalition amicus brief Rebecca's blog on the leaked opinion Relevant Cases Roe v. Wade Planned Parenthood v. Casey Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt Check us out on Facebook and Twitter. Our website, we-dissent.org, has more information as well as episode transcripts.
How did Americans in the generations following the Declaration of Independence translate its lofty ideals into practice? A conversation with Richard D. Brown, author of Self-Evident Truths: Contesting Equal Rights from the Revolution to the Civil War. We talk about religious liberty, Ephraim Wheeler, the rights (or lack of rights) of women, and also about Richard Brown's first book Revolutionary Politics in Massachusetts: The Committees of Correspondence and the Towns 1772-1774, and about the September issue of the New England Quarterly, which will focus on the influence of Bernard Bailyn.
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GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Ryan M. Yonk is Senior Research Faculty at the American Institute for Economic Research. He holds a PhD from Georgia State University and a MS and BS from Utah State University. Prior to joining AIER he held academic positions at North Dakota State University, Utah State University, and Southern Utah University, and was one of the founders of the Strata Policy. He is the (co) author or editor of numerous books including Green V. Green, Nature Unbound: Bureaucracy vs. the Environment, The Reality of American Energy, and Politics and Quality of Life: The Role of Well-Being in Political Outcomes. He has also (co) authored numerous articles in academic journals including Public Choice, The Independent Review, Applied Research in Quality of Life, and the Journal of Private Enterprise. His research explores how policy can be better crafted to achieve greater individual autonomy and prosperity. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Scott Walter is president of Capital Research Center. He served in the George W. Bush Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy and was vice president at the Philanthropy Roundtable, editing Philanthropy magazine and producing donor guidebooks on assistance to the poor, school reform, public policy research, and other topics. Walter has written for and been quoted in such outlets as the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Chronicle of Philanthropy. A Georgetown graduate, he served as a senior fellow at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty and as senior editor of AEI's flagship publication.
Today we have Kristen Waggoner joining us on The Way Home podcast. Kristen Waggoner is general counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom, the largest legal organization that protects religious freedom, free speech, parental rights, and the right to life. Today we discuss the fall of Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs case and religious liberty for all…
Cases with issues of religious liberty regularly make their way before the Supreme Court, and this year was no exception. In the decisions that the Court rendered in summer 2022, there were at least four cases where questions of religious liberty were adjudicated. If you have been listening to our show for some time, you may know that we regularly create episodes about religious liberty cases whenever the Supreme Court decides them, and our resident expert and guide to understanding these cases and the impact of the decisions is Professor Rick Garnett of the Notre Dame Law School, who is the founding director of the Program on Church, State, and Society, as well as a fellow of the Religious Liberty Initiative. This year, Rick has joined me for two consecutive episodes, with this being the second. In the first episode––right before this one––we talked about the decision in the Dobbs case, which overturned Roe v. Wade. Now we will talk about a host of religious liberty cases concerning state funding for school choice, the right to religious expression for government employees, non-discrimination on the basis of religion for private speech in public spaces, the religious rights of prisoners on death row, and even a “non-case” about religious exemptions to vaccination mandates. I hope you will find this conversation as helpful and educational as I do.
Religious Liberty: Continuity or Reversal? w/ Dr. Michael Dunnigan Has the Catholic Church changed its view on religious liberty or has it remained the same, especially after the Second Vatican Council’s document Dignitatis Humanae? Michael Dunnigan is a canon lawyer and civil lawyer. His areas of interest include comparative law, the rights of the faithful, […]
John Hale from Corporate Travel will talk with Teresa about travel restrictions, tourism, and pilgrimage. FRC's Arielle Del Turco, Assistant Director of the Center for Religious Liberty talks religious persecution in the west.
The Supreme Court handed down a victory for religious liberty in the case Carson v. Makin. The court rejected a policy in Maine that excluded faith-based schools from private-school choice programs. Ed Stetzer sits down with Religious Freedom Institute's Eric Patterson to talk about this case and the efforts being taken to defend our religious liberties in the culture.
In this episode, Brent and Lindsay discuss the historic ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court in Dobbs, overturning the abortion precedents set in Roe and Casey. They celebrate the decision and discuss the call of the church in a post-Roe world. They also talk about the victory for religious liberty at the Supreme Court in the Coach Kennedy case. ERLC ContentHow to talk to your church about the Dobbs Supreme Court decision: A guide for pastors and church leadersExplainer: Supreme Court rules no constitutional right to abortion6 ideas for leading your church in pro-life ministry in light of Dobbs: The Mississippi abortion case and how a pastor can disciple his peopleWhat you should know about the Supreme Court decision on abortionExplainer: Supreme Court Strengthens Religious Expression for Teachers and CoachesCultureBaptist Press event: Life After RoeNational Review: Ben Sasse on DobbsTGC: After Roe, How Do We Stand for Life?Christianity Today: Abortion Bans Should Ban AbortionConnect with us on Twitter@ERLC@LeatherwoodTN@LindsNicoletSponsorsDobbs Resource Page | The release of the Dobbs decision marks a true turning point in the pro-life movement, a moment that Christians, advocates and many others have worked toward tirelessly for 50 years. Let us rejoice that we live in a nation where past injustices can still be corrected, as we also roll our sleeves up to save preborn lives, serve vulnerable mothers, and support families in our communities. To get more resources on this case, visit ERLC.com/Dobbs.Sexual Ethics Resource Page | Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the constant stream of entertainment and messages that challenge the Bible's teachings on sexual ethics? It often feels like we're walking through uncharted terrority. But no matter what we face in our ever-shifting culture, God's design for human sexuality has never changed. The ERLC's new sexual ethics resource page is full of helpful articles, videos, and explainers that will equip you to navigate these important issues with truth and grace. Get these free resources at ERLC.com/sexualethics.
Hour 1 The Steve Gruber Show— Live from the No Panic Zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice—God Bless America—God Bless You and let's do this! This is the Steve Gruber show— And I'm here to flush out the lying politicians—the tech giants—and the babbling herd of sheep— Here are three big things you need to know right now— ONE— It was just a matter of time—now the thought police are trying to erase Abraham Lincoln—the man who saved the nation and freed the slaves is being targeted for removal at an Ivy league school— TWO— The heat is on for Democrats—the number of those retiring from Congress is exploding now to 32—as they are running for the exits before the roof caves in—The Red Roof that is— THREE— Despite all the hysteria on the cases decided so far— there are still 2 Big cases hanging in the balance—that were pushed to yet another unscheduled so-called decision day—forcing us to wait for the answers again— Well the court is out of time now—with the final two decisions coming in just a little bit later today—that was announced yesterday—so it will happen— And it seems to me that with every passing Day—and every time they haven't releases the opinions—it indicates that the last 2 cases to be released—could be the biggest bombshells of the entire Supreme Court term— And that is really saying something—considering Roe V Wade was overturned—the Second Amendment was strengthened and Religious Liberty picked up two big wins— and that's all in just the last week— One of those cases—still to be resolved— is the Remain in Mexico policy challenge—implemented by former President Donald Trump—and targeted by the Biden Administration to be cancelled—it could have a big impact on how border security is handled going forward—which could be a major decision— Under President Trump it forced asylum seekers to remain in Mexico to wait for their hearings—Biden and his open border team—want to allow them all to wait here—which often results in illegal aliens disappearing into the interior of the country never to be seen again— and right now I have to wonder—if this court is willing to go further and declare the condition of the border a violation of Federal Law— or worse—find something about it Unconstitutional— we will soon find out— And maybe the biggest case of all that we are still yet to hear—is West Virginia Versus EPA—and this case has the possibility of returning the entire nation to the Constitutional Republic that we had before the New Deal rolled out by Franklin Roosevelt in the 1930's— First and foremost by pushing back over bearing regulations on how states generate power— coming from un-elected bureaucrats in the alphabet agencies—which not only include the EPA—BUT a host of other agencies like The Consumer Product Safety Commission that can wreak havoc on small companies—or the FCC that can tell me what I am allowed to talk about—or the Federal Election Commission that could nationalize ballot harvesting or tell states how they must run elections in other ways— or the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission—or FERC that could ban all pipelines and other forms of transporting oil, natural gas and other fossil fuels— and that is just the short list— of the nearly unlimited power of Washington's regulatory agencies—that do not appear anywhere in the Constitution— You see the case began when the state of West Virginia said ‘Enough!' And challenged the Environmental Protection Agency—and how it regulates so-called greenhouse gases—and other emissions coming from both coal fired and natural gas fired powered plants— That in and of itself is important in pushing back against government over-reach and the incredible unfettered power that has been collected by unelected officials in all of these government alphabet agencies— And this has been going on—like I said—ever since FDR unleashed the regulatory state on America—when he launched the New Deal in the Early 1930's—more and more through the years—the United States Government has handed off more and more power to agencies like the EPA but that is just the beginning— And I want to explain this to you carefully one more time before we learn the court's decision— It's all about this idea called The Chevron Doctrine—which has evolved over the past 85 years into a bureaucratic monster—that basically says—if a statute is silent on a certain point—the courts should defer to an executive agency's interpretation to decide what happens—as long as the interpretation is reasonable—whatever that means— And let's be very clear on this point: What it means in practical application is “Regulation without Representation”—because these rules—which really are laws—are put into place with the power to take your property—your money and more importantly your freedom—because these agencies can have you convicted of violating the rules created without any input from elected representatives—fine you exorbitant amounts of money and have you tossed in jail—often with very little recourse to fight back— because appeals are almost always handled by the same agency that leveled the charges in the first place— I don't think that's what James Madison and the rest had in mind when they were writing— The Covid 19 pandemic—tore the curtain back on all of this—when OSHA tried to make vaccines mandatory for companies with 100 employees or more—But the Supreme Court said OSHA did not have such broad authority— of when the CDC told landlords across the nation—it was extending a moratorium on rent—telling landlords they could not collect a dime— another gross over reach by unelected bureaucrats—drunk with power! Which brings us to what could really happen now—The Court has shown clearly that it is more than willing to go beyond any given case—to address the fundamental problems—and that's why Roe V Wade got tossed— We also know that Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh have a great disdain for the Chevron Doctrine—and sounded more than willing to get rid of it—during oral arguments— So, the Court is now poised to adopt the non-delegation doctrine—and this would devastate the regulatory agencies that have been dominating America's landscape since the 1930's— This goes again to Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal—that Congress could pass laws that delegate its power to administrative agencies—with massive power to address and dictate how we handle public health, safety, welfare, the work place and so much more— But the Non-Delegation doctrine—argues that is not Constitutional—and it's not how our Representative Republic is supposed to work—and the pending ruling could up end the entire regulation framework built by both parties over the past several decades— that have punished Americans financially while they lined their pockets— In fact, if the court adopts the non-delegation doctrine, which I believe it will today—it will fundamentally alter the structure of The United States Government as you have always known it—and return that power to Congress— It will impact Agriculture and the use of pesticides, workplace safety, environmental protections, working conditions, overtime pay, discrimination rules—and yes vaccinations—in fact it will impact just about every citizen in the country—and return us to the principals as laid out by the founders of this great nation— If you thought the Democrats have been screaming so far—you ain't seen nothin yet! The biggest problem they face—is they will finally realize they have lost the Supreme Court and their ability to force policies onto the nation—that otherwise would NEVER get through Congress or the legislatures of the 50 states—you see killing the regulatory state—will kill their unchecked power—and that is something they apparently have not been thinking about— BUT it is something that is going to send them over the edge— They will be screaming about the end of Democracy and other such histrionic non-sense—when in actuality—dumping the Chevron Doctrine will actually put us back on the path to the Republic we were first supposed to be—and in fact this Supreme Court may save the Republic in the process at last and right the many socialist wrongs of FDR, Barack Obama, and now Joe Biden— And when it happens—and it will—just remember—that means President Trump wins again. It also means America First wins big—and so do you! And that will also drive the progressives wild!
Questions Covered: 08:09 – Does the Dobbs decision outlaw procedure for ectopic pregnancies? 10:08 – Do you think they will try to overturn other laws like interracial marriages? 12:04 – Are there any laws that protect pregnancy centers especially with the danger that they face after Dobbs? 28:40 – Could we now force men to have vasectomies to avoid pregnancy? …
A surprise witness testifies, two sugars Cassidy Hutchinson, in the January 6th committee and is IMMEDIATELY debunked. Cassidy, you goofed up. Shocking and disgusting is the news that Jane's Revenge has begun strategically attacking pro-life pregnancy centers using a map created by university professors. More ideological and spiritual possession from domestic terrorists who are determined to use violence to get their way. Additionally, Jack Posobiec gives his take on the sentencing of Ghislaine Maxwell - urging her to come clean with the records. And finally, the Supreme Court has upheld a Christian coach's right to prayer at games in a massive win for Religious Liberty. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Save up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to MyPillow.com/POSO and use code POSO To get $500 of free silver on a qualifying purchase go to https://allegiancegold.com/POSO/ with code POSO
This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-hosts Gerard Robinson and Cara Candal talk with Arif Panju, a managing attorney with the Institute for Justice and co-counsel in the U.S. Supreme Court school choice case, Carson v. Makin; and David Carson, the lead plaintiff. Panju shares the key legal contours of Carson v. Makin and the potential impact of […]
Questions Covered: 23:44 – Would the football coach case also affect religions we don't like? 29:35 – Did the justices address the rights of the child in the Dobbs decision? https://www.catholic.com/magazine/online-edition/what-is-the-deal-with-dobbs-v-jackson …
The Supreme Court has been making waves with two recent religious liberty cases, Kennedy v. Bremerton School District and Carson v. Makin. Sarah and David delve into the Kennedy opinion, involving a high school football coach who was fired for praying on the field. The case overruled the Lemon test, used in First Amendment cases for decades, but there's still much to be decided in the future. Plus: More on the political fallout from the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health ruling. Show Notes:-Kennedy v. Bremerton School Dist.-Advisory Opinions: Supreme Court Hears Football Coach Prayer Case-French Press: Roe is Reversed, and the Right Isn't Ready-Advisory Opinions: Supreme Court Overturns Roe and Casey-Wall Street Journal: The Law Firm That Got Tired of Winning
A new MP3 sermon from The World View in 5 Minutes is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Landmark religious liberty victory Subtitle: The World View in Five Minutes Speaker: Adam McManus Broadcaster: The World View in 5 Minutes Event: Current Events Date: 6/28/2022 Length: 9 min.
6/28/22 6am CT Hour John, Glen and Sarah chat about religious liberty case, immigration crisis at southern border and more. Brian calls listeners to be courageous and loving when talking to those who don't understand why the reversal of Roe was good for women and babies and not a setback. Laura explains concrete ways to create a culture of life through our everyday actions including donating and volunteering at pregnancy help centers. Andrea breaks down what the coach Kennedy case was about and what the results of the Supreme Court mean for us.
On today's Breitbart News Daily we begin with a massive Supreme Court victory on the subject of religious liberty and we report some shockingly awful news at our border where dozens of illegal aliens have died in an abandoned trailer. Then, a quick update on the left's pathetic efforts to save face in the wake of the overturning of Roe vs. Wade. They continue to have a difficult time providing cogent and unifying arguments that will persuade people to their side, we believe. This leads us into our woke update for today that features a man who isn't merely beating women in a female skateboarding competition, he's beating female children, aka girls. A quick economic update includes data on how more Americans are feeling incredibly insecure about key elements of their personal finances. And finally, NBC is putting together a star-studded night to raise money for Ukraine. We have two guests today. First is former NFL Player Jack Brewer who is an advocate for faith and family values and has made a major effort to help fatherless youths. Then we speak to Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts who does seem to be moving the legendary D.C. think tank in an "America First" direction.
A series of recent Supreme Court cases, including the right to abortion, privileges the religious freedoms of Christians. Micah Schwartzman, professor and the director of the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy at the University of Virginia School of Law, joins to discuss his recent article asking if the same protection applies to people of the Jewish faith.
The Supreme Court ruled today on a case about prayer in public schools. So what does that, and other recent judicial opinions, mean for "freedom of religion"? On Today's Show:A series of recent Supreme Court cases, including the right to abortion, privileges the religious freedoms of Christians. Micah Schwartzman, professor and the director of the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy at the University of Virginia School of Law, joins to discuss his recent article asking if the same protection applies to people of the Jewish faith.
Mary Miller, U.S. Representative for the 15th District of Illinois, highlights the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX and explains a new bill concerning minors undergoing “gender-reassignment” surgery. Chris Mitchell, CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief, discusses the latest news as Israel prepares for its fifth election in less than four years. Morse H. Tan, Dean of Liberty University's School of Law, breaks down what's driving the recent spike in violent crimes in large cities. Mary Beth Waddell, FRC's Director of Federal Affairs - Family and Religious Liberty, gives an update on the federal legislation FRC is tracking including the NDAA and gun bills. Ken Klukowski, a senior counsel at Schaerr Jaffe, offers an overview of the remaining cases the U.S. Supreme Court has to decide this term. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
On today's program, a former World Vision executive is convicted in Israel of aiding a terrorist group, but independent observers say this verdict is a miscarriage of justice. We'll have details. And an independent report into the behavior of Christian musician Chris Rice found what it calls credible evidence of child abuse. We begin today with a major win for religious liberty. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that religious schools can't be excluded from a Maine program that offers tuition aid for private education, a decision that could ease religious organizations' access to taxpayer money. A final reminder that our fiscal year ends on June 30, at the end of this month. That's just a week away. Our goal for June is $20,000, and so far we've raised about $8,000, so we have a ways to go. So if you would like to help us get back on track and finish the year strong, just hit the donate button at the top of the page. And if you give during the month of June, we'll send you a copy of a book I wrote with Christian journalism legend Marvin Olasky called “Prodigal Press: Confronting The Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media.” The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Jeff McIntosh. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, Emily Kern, Rod Pitzer, and Casey Sudduth. Writers who contributed to today's program include Anne Stych, Steve Rabey, Kim Roberts, Bob Smietana, Shannon Cuthrell, Jesse T. Jackson, Jessica Lea, Mark Sherman, and Christina Darnell. Special thanks to the website Church Leaders for contributing material for this week's podcast. Until next time, may God bless you.
The Christian Outlook – June 25, 2022 Kevin McCullough talks with Alexandra DeSanctis, writer for National Review, about her forthcoming book on abortion, “Tearing Us Apart,” and Bill Bunkley talks to Abby Johnson, formerly of Planned Parenthood, now a champion for the cause of life and the battles ahead. Dr. Albert Mohler looks at the U.S. Supreme Court decision on a case coming out of Maine, allowing families to use state resources to get a private, and now religious, education for their children. Gino Geraci and Jim Dennison, of the Dennison Forum, talk about the overall state of things in our culture today. John and Kathy, the Ride Home, talk with Eric Andrea, of First Trinity Lutheran Church in Pittsburgh, about the Prodigal Son and God's gift of repentance. Gino Geraci and Doug Groothuis talk about his recent article, “The Revolutionary Truth about Transgenderism.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Left Doesn't Get Religious Liberty, The Left's Commitment to Injustice, Dangerous New Title IX Regulations, and Joe Biden Visits Saudi Arabia. With Josh Hammer, Ben Weingarten, Inez Stepman, and Emily Jashinsky. The NatCon Squad is produced by the Edmund Burke Foundation and White House Writers Group. Follow us on Twitter: @NatConTalk For more information visit our website: nationalconservatism.org
On today's Quick Start podcast:Uvalde Hearing Sparks Outrage, More QuestionsPorn Hub Execs Step Down After Disturbing Revelations on MinorsBreaking Down Big Religious Liberty Win in the Supreme CourtMAIN THING: Is the US Military Going 'Woke'? Former US Marine Jason Buttrill Joins Quick Start
Sarah and David breeze through a few Supreme Court opinions released Tuesday to focus on United States v. Taylor, and how Maine is more rural than Alaska (go figure). David points out that Carson v. Makin, which held that Maine's “nonsectarian” requirement in schools violated the Free Exercise Clause, is yet another victory for religious liberty in the U.S. And finally, a casual discussion of toddler yoga, skirt skepticism, and how to have fun at your job. Show Notes:-United States v. Taylor-Carson v. Makin-Peltier v. Charter Day School-CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective, LLC v. Tex. Alcoholic Beverage Comm'n
Liz, Rebecca, Alison and Monica break down the latest case threatening the separation of church and state, Kennedy v. Bremerton, which involves a Christian high school football coach praying at the 50-yard line after games. The hosts review the facts of the case, outline what happened at oral arguments and make predictions on what this means for the rights of public high school students of minority faiths or no faith at all. Background Oral Arguments SCOTUS Blog page FFRF, CFI, SCA, and AHA's coalition amicus brief American Atheists' amicus brief Vox - “The Supreme Court's ‘praying coach' case, explained” Relevant Cases Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe (2000) Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971) Check us out on Facebook and Twitter. Our website, we-dissent.org, has more information as well as episode transcripts.
The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Maine cannot prohibit parents from using a state tuition program to send their children to religious private schools. First Liberty and the Institute for Justice brought the case. In The Daily Article for June 22, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison covers that good news, quotes Justin Welby on three ways to restore broken relationships, and encourages Christians to manifest the character of Christ in the power of his Spirit every day. Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe
In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch and author of "A Republic Under Assault" about his group's discovery of CRT being taught to West Point cadets. There was a huge Supreme Court Victory today for religious liberty and school choice. David Hodges, attorney at the Institute for Justice who worked on the Carson vs Makin case joins the show to discuss. Kamala is forced to lower cost of getting a picture with her. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 05:14)What About Disinformation About Disinformation? Biden Administration Says it Shuts Down Disinformation BoardHow the Biden Administration Let Right-Wing Attacks Derail Its Disinformation Efforts by Washington Post (Taylor Lorenz)Part II (05:14 - 12:22)‘More People Believe in U.F.O.s than Believe in Congress': House Subcommittee Holds Hearings Over Phenomena Still ‘Unidentified'Congress to Hold Its First Hearing on UFOs in More Than 50 Years by Wall Street Journal (Joseph de Avila)UFOs: Few Answers at Rare US Congressional Hearing by BBC NewsAt House Hearing, Videos of Unexplained Aerial Sightings and a Push for Answers by New York Times (Julian E. Barnes)Part III (12:22 - 15:14)Scientists Debate Dispatching Cosmic Roadmap to Earth but Some Are Critical of ‘Celestial Outreach'These Scientists Want to Send Space Aliens a Cosmic Road Map to Earth by Wall Street Journal (Aylin Woodward)Part IV (15:14 - 19:25)Was Jesus in Hell in the Time Between His Death and Resurrection? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart V (19:25 - 21:23)Should We Sing Worship Songs that Come from Doctrinally Aberrant Churches? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart VI (21:23 - 22:56)Would the Reversal of Roe v. Wade Be a Detriment to Religious Liberty? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart VII (22:56 - 25:45)Do We Have to Affirm Creation Ex Nihilo? Didn't God Make Adam Out of Dust? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingSign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor 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.