The ERLC tackles cultural issues, a profile of a college-campus evangelist, commentary from Paul Kengor
Today’s news and a discussion about the culture and sexuality, plus: special correspondent Susan Olasky provides a profile of a college-campus evangelist, commentary from Paul Kengor on some stories that have had very little play in the mainstream press, and more
Affirmative action: The US Supreme Court upholds Michigan’s ban on affirmative action.
IRS: WORLD News Group’s Mary Reichard reports that the IRS has revoked the tax exempt status of a conservative nonprofit group.
Colorado pot: Colorado has advanced a bill to limit the amount of pot in snacks and candies after the report of two deaths caused by marijuana laced snacks.
Gay leaders: The Boy Scouts of America is standing firm on its ban of gay scout leaders, revoking the charter of a Seattle church for violating the policy.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that US stocks rose on Tuesday as the S&P 500 extended its longest winning streak since October.
The ERLC tackles the issues of human sexuality
The Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission met in Nashville and the issues of human sexuality in the culture were discussed at length.
In the public square: A profile of a college-campus evangelist
The pope, the president, and Nancy Pelosi
Commentator Paul Kengor is the executive director of the Center for Vision and Values at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.