In episode two of the re-launched ERLC Podcast, Josh Wester, Lindsay Nicolet, and Brent Leatherwood talk about this week’s ERLC content and highlight recent events from news and culture. Also on this episode, they talk with special guest J.T. English.
- Increasing religious persecution in China by Chelsea Sobilik & Casey Hough
- Three tips on teaching your children about racism by Brittany Salmon
- What Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s comments reveal about the state of religious liberty by Andrew T. Walker
- The rise of a global class-driven trust divide (Axios)
- Arkansas Disaster Relief volunteers respond to real-time disaster (Biblical Recorder)
- Rainbow Cake Girl: The True Story (The American Conservative)
- 5 Facts about the history of the SBC and the pro-life cause (ERLC)
- Gov. Bill Lee announces new fetal heartbeat bill, comprehensive abortion restriction legislation (Tennessean)
- China coronavirus outbreak: Authorities are locking down cities in an unprecedented bid to contain the virus (CBS News)
- 'The Office' Is Officially Leaving Netflix. But You Still Have Time to Watch It (Time)
- Brent: New book released by our friends and partners at Lifeline Children Services | Image-Bearers: Shifting from Pro-Birth to Pro-Life by their executive director, Herbie Newell.
- Lindsay: The Read Scripture App
- Josh: 1917.
At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers, Schofield and Blake are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers—Blake’s own brother among them.
In honor of the March for Life, we’re sharing a talk by Karen Ellis from our Evangelicals for Life conference last year: Pro-Life and Civil Rights: Loving Our Unborn Neighbors.