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July 2017

Cardinal Pell is Coming Home

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

They included:

Cardinal George Pell just became the highest-ranking Vatican official charged with sex abuse.

Sarah Huckabee Sandersirrational godly defense of Donald Trump’s misogyny.

— The Christian who vandalized the new Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas Capitol building.

Judge Sonia Sotomayor‘s eloquent dissent in the Trinity Lutheran case.

— How the Christian harassing an atheist lawyer defended himself by saying he’s “man enough” to stand behind his hateful words.

— Whether hooking up really happens less often on Catholic campuses and what that really means.

— How the people buying products from Infowars and Goop are all irrational.

— The House Republicans’ plan to use a budget bill to repeal the Johnson Amendment.

— How Canadians would rather see an atheist Prime Minister than an Evangelical one.

— There are no longer any openly atheist elected officials in the Republican Party.

Upcoming talks, including one outside Ark Encounter.

(Screenshot via YouTube)