This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 17:15)
Are Morals Just Values? Does Moral Truth Change by Consensus? Confronting the Political and Moral Challenge of Communitarianism
- GOP’s Presidential Candidate Must Find America’s Moral Center by Wall Street Journal (William A. Galston)
Part II (17:15 – 24:01)
Let’s Test the Theory of the Middle Ground: Case Study Number One, Bud Light
- How Bud Light Blew It by Wall Street Journal (Jennifer Maloney)
- Bud Light maker stripped of LGBTQ+ rating for caving to Dylan Mulvaney backlash by USA Today (Jessica Guynn)
Part III (24:01 – 28:55)
Let’s Test the Theory of the Middle Ground: Case Study Number Two, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in Dodger Stadium
- Dodgers Reverse Course and Reinvite Group to Pride Night by New York Times (Benjamin Hoffman)
- Dodgers apologize and invite Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to Pride Night by LA Times (Steve Henson and Sonja Sharp)
- The Dodgers faltered by disinviting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence but came to their senses by LA Times (LZ Granderson)
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