Sex as a Metaphor, Morality in Law, and Divine Judgment
The controversy over a recent article using sex to describe Christ and the Church caused quite a stir, but it’s a relationship well-grounded in Scripture.
John StonestreetMaria Baer
The controversy over a recent article using sex to describe Christ and the Church caused quite a stir, but it’s a relationship well-grounded in Scripture. John and Maria discuss the implications. A recent decision by Walgreens to not sell the abortion pill has legal ramifications nationwide.
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Segment 1 – The Sex-as-Metaphor Dust-Up
“Sex as Sacred”
Segment 2 – What role should morality play in lawmaking?
“Walgreens won’t distribute abortion pills in states where GOP AGs object”
“America Has Gone Too Far in Legalizing Vice”
“Of Vice and Lent”
Segment 3 – Cynicism as Standard
“Young women disbelieve a marriage story“
Segment 4 – Stories of the Week
“Discerning Divine Judgment: Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address”
“The New Equal Rights Amendment Erases Women”
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