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Culture Friday, The Olasky Interview
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a conversation about the redefinition of marriage, plus: Marvin Olasky interviews former leftist professor Rosaria Butterfield, and more
Legal marijuana: It’s now been two days since it became legal in the state of Colorado to smoke marijuana for fun. Not everyone is seeing a happy high for the state. Governor John Hickenlooper says he disapproves of the law, and 70 Colorado towns have banned the sale of recreational marijuana. Many are worried the open sale of pot could lead thousands into addiction.
Found and safe: Deng Jongkuch with Partners in Compassionate Care, which runs a Christian hospital in South Sudan, says all workers except for one are safe. It is also being reported that the attackers were mostly children.
Obamacare: GOP lawmakers in the House next week will push legislation that would force the administration to beef up security on the web site. One bill requires HHS to notify enrollees if their accounts are hacked, something that isn’t required now.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that while 2013 may have ended with a bang, 2014 is beginning with a whimper.
Culture Friday: The cultural implications of redefining marriage
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, in a segment from the summer, discussing the potential cultural impact of a redefinition of marriage.
The Olasky Interview: Rosaria Butterfield
Marvin Olasky talks with Rosaria Butterfield, who, at one time, was a self-described “leftist lesbian professor.” Through the friendship of a pastor, she became a disciple of Jesus Christ.