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June 17, 2019

Talking life in a culture of death and what is a righteous government?

Carmen’s back!

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:

  1. Maine’s “right to die” law and a resource for Christians in the conversation
  2. 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.
  3. 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:
    1. New York City funding abortions for women from outside of New York state.
    2. What you need to know about the Hyde Amendment

Next up, Adam Carrington from Hillsdale College talks with Carmen about:

  1. SCOTUS-mas: the Supreme Court is schedule to issue opinions in 24 cases between now and the end of June.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.


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