In this episode, Brent and Lindsay discuss the ERLC’s board of trustees voting to move forward with the sexual abuse assessment of the SBC, a likely Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the pandemic slowing and becoming endemic. They also discuss evaluating our social media engagement and the SBC’s history within the pro-life movement.
- Brad Hambrick with Why Is It So Hard to Have Constructive Conversations about Abuse?
- ERLC Staff with 15 questions for Christians to ask about their social media engagement
- Jill Waggoner with Richard Land on Southern Baptists’ history of abortion advocacy and the future of pro-life movement
- Sexual Abuse Assessment of the SBC
- Russian amassing more troops on Ukrainian border
- Russia invasion likely in next few days
- U.S. sends more aid to Poland as preparation for conflict continues
- America’s uneven pandemic off ramp
- Lindsay: Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me
- Brent: Russian Olympic skater fall causes controversy; PJ O’Rourke Obituary; On the Wealth of Nations by PJ O’Rourke
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