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Culture Friday, home video reviews, Christians and charitable giving
Today’s news and Culture Friday with John Stonestreet, a conversation about a recent survey about whether Americans find porn to be morally acceptable, plus: home video reviewer Phil Boatwright recommends two classic Westerns, commentary from Austin Pryor about the attitude Christians should have toward charitable giving, and more
Obamacare delay: The White House has quietly delayed Obamacare’s individual mandate, a core component of the health care law. The change was buried in a footnote of a technical bulletin released late last week in what Washington insiders call a “document dump.”
Obamacare price: President Obama appeared on a comedic web tv show with actor Zach Galafianakis to promote Obamacare. During the webshow appearance, the president claimed that individuals can get covered at the same cost as a cell phone bill.
Transgender military personnel: TW&E’s Steve Jordahl reports that a gay rights group says it’s time to allow transgender military personnel.
Constitutional debate: A Bible verse and statement of faith posted outside the door of an Air Force Academy cadet’s dorm room has touched off a constitutional debate.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that U.S. markets were down on Thursday.
Culture Friday: Moral disapproval of porn
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview discusses a recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute which found that less than one in three Americans find pornography to be morally acceptable.
Home video: Two classic Westerns
Phil Boatwright is the editor of PreviewOnline.org. He is also the author of Movies: The Good, the Bad, and the Really, Really Bad (CreateSpace, 2009).