I do my best to respond to some common questions about abortion. Will making abortion illegal actually reduce abortions? Even if abortion is wrong, don’t you have to be a Christian to understand why it’s wrong, and is it right to impose a Christian view of morality on others? Do pro-life people only care aboutContinue reading “Episode 37: Answering Questions about Abortion”
In this episode, I respond to a viral video made by Skye Jethani and Phil Vischer, arguing that Pro-life Christians should not see Roe v. Wade as relevant in their voting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvWD7ykNjCc Summary: 1. No, Christians are not turning a blind eye to “un-Christian policies” because of Roe v. Wade. 2. Of course Republican presidentsContinue reading “Episode 32: Yes, Roe v. Wade Should be a Voting Issue for Christians”
Is Trump bad for the GOP? Are evangelical Christians moving to the left? When we vote, are we making a binary choice or expressing our ideals?
My friend Matt and I take a few Facebook discussions to real life—well, podcast life, which is a good bit closer to real life than Facebook! We discuss some of our agreements and disagreements about “Defund the Police,” BLM, Aunt Jemima, the “Progressive Elites,” cancel culture, and more.
Twitter, Trump, and the two meanings of free speech.
I discuss what it was like to listen to oral arguments for the first time and share my opinions on Baca v. Colorodo and Chiafalo v. Washington, two cases about faithless electors.
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I explain why a unanimously-passed federal law prohibiting animal cruelty is a terrible idea.