June 17, 2019
She opens this episode with an a “Where in the Word” examination of John 17 and then talks with Brandon Showalter from the Christian Post about:
- Maine’s “right to die” law and a resource for Christians in the conversation
- Decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California refusing to consider a request by pro-life advocate David Daleiden to overturn a $195,000 contempt charge against him for posting videos exposing abortionists trafficking in baby body parts.
- The ongoing shift in America toward a more pro-life ethic and the increased efforts by abortion enthusiasts to counter that trend. In the conversation, Carmen makes reference to two related stories:
Next up, Adam Carrington from Hillsdale College talks with Carmen about:
- SCOTUS-mas: the Supreme Court is schedule to issue opinions in 24 cases between now and the end of June.
- What does it mean to be conservative in terms of the role of government today? There is a growing divide among self-described conservatives in the United States on what is a righteous government that makes for human flourishing and is respectful of Biblical principles related to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
- A jury in Ohio found against Oberlin College in a case that should serve as an eye-opener for institutions who pursue narratives at the expense of the truth.