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2020 | Week of July 6 | Radio Transcript #1367 After surviving Y2K, I decided in the summer of 2000 along with two good friends to take some of the money I’d carefully saved and take a trip out west. I mean a big trip out west. Honestly, before that, I hadn’t been west of Kansas City, Kansas. We started planning, as I recall, on January 2—once we knew all was well and we weren’t going to be cooking on camp stoves, eating and using...

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2020 | Week of June 29 | Radio Transcript #1366 The US Supreme Court just gave us another supremely bad decision. More on that shortly. First a brief explanation about why two commentaries back to back on bad decisions from our highest court. Our US Supreme Court’s session runs from October through June 30. The court typically holds release of its decisions on high-profile, meaning the most watched and most controversial cases, until...

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2020 | Week of June 22 | Radio Transcript #1365 Judicial activism is alive and well in America, especially in our US Supreme Court. On Monday, June 15, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 6-3 decision, redefining the term “sex” in the congressionally passed, legally enacted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, to...

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2020 | Week of June 15 | Radio Transcript #1364 Scripture tells us we are to destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God and take every thought captive to obey Christ. To be faithful to Scripture, we dare not just respond to any thing in life, including cultural happenings emotionally. While emotions are part of God’s good design for us as humans and as His image bearers, Scripture does not direct us...

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2020 | Week of June 8 | Radio Transcript #1363 “Just do what you wish your father had done for you. Be the dad you wish you had had.” That was the advice in a book I read recently about being a good dad. That’s such a simple but powerful admonition. Most children pretty intuitively will tell you what’s important to them about their dads. They want time with their dad, time to talk, time to play, time to learn, time to share. They want...

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