In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss the death of Prince Phillip, Russia, the shooting of Daunte Wright, the court ruling on Down syndome abortion, current FDA recommendations on the J&J vaccine, and the no-hitter thrown by Chicago pitcher. Lindsay gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including Chelsea Patterson Sobolik with “Explainer: What you should know about the debate in Congress about the Born-Alive bill,” Andrew Bertodatti and Lamar Hardwick with “How can churches be more inclusive of disabled person?,” and Jill Waggoner with “How learning about trauma changed my life: Learning from The Body Keeps the Score.” Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Gary Lancaster for his farewell episode.
- Chelsea Patterson Sobolik with Explainer: What you should know about the debate in Congress about the Born-Alive bill
- Andrew Bertodatti and Lamar Hardwick with How can churches be more inclusive of disabled persons?
- Jill Waggoner with How learning about trauma changed my life: Learning from “The Body Keeps the Score”
- Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, dead at 99
- US sanctions Russia over hacks
- Russian troops massing on Ukrainian border
- Officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright charged
- Court ruling on Down syndrome abortion law praised
- FDA recommends pausing J&J vaccine after 6 reported cases of blood clots
- White House says J&J pause will not have “significant impact” on vaccination plan
- Duke University to require vaccinations for fall semester
- No-hitter thrown by Chicago pitcher
- Turner’s cheesy HR makes LA 1st to 10 wins
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