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Wednesday, June 23, 2021By R. Albert Mohler Jr. — 2 years ago
DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING
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Do Human Beings Have An Unlimited Right of Autonomy? Millions of Americans Seem to Think So and the Consequences of This Claim Are Deadly
WASHINGTON POST (RUTH MARCUS)
Leaving abortion to the states makes them agents of oppression
(13:19 – 19:56):
The Radical Claim of Autonomy Threatens Human Dignity at the Beginning and End of Life and Confuses Human Gender and Sexuality at Every Point in Between
CNN (ALEXIS DRUTCHAS)
In America, is bodily autonomy a human right?
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The Olympics No Longer Knows the Difference Between Male and Female: A Reminder That Ontology Always Trumps Autonomy
Olympics-NZ weightlifter Hubbard to become first transgender athlete to compete at Games
Conviction and CommunicationBy Joe Thorn Jimmy Fowler — 4 months ago
Today Jimmy and Joe wind up talking about church communication and conviction by revisiting a topic they hit on Monday’s episode, and answering one listener’s email about his own church. A brother, and member of First Baptist Church Jacksonville, pushed back on our discussion of FBC’s new membership requirement. And another listener emailed us about his struggle to stay at a church he loves.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Who Was C.H. Spurgeon?By Joe Thorn Jimmy Fowler — 8 months ago
We bring on our good friend Dr. Ed Romine (PhD): the musician, the theologian, and the preacher who has spent a lot of time researching, studying, and writing about Charles Spurgeon. Ed joins us to talk about the 19th century London pastor and why his preaching and ministry was so influential. What set Spurgeon apart from his contemporaries? Why does his preaching hold up sop well even today? And where did Spurgeon go wrong?Get all the links and show notes at http://www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/spurgeonSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands