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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.
— A Christian school expelled a girl for wearing a rainbow sweater. (4:36)
— There’s a papal fight over priestly celibacy! (11:33)
— Oklahoma could make 2020 the “Year of the Bible.” (15:18)
— Christian non-profits are turning into “churches” to avoid transparency. (18:39)
— This Christian woman drove her car into oncoming traffic because she thought God was testing her faith. (25:10)
— The Christian Moms are very mad over a harmless Burger King commercial. (27:31)
— Should a juror have been ejected for saying God told her the suspect was not guilty? (30:13)
— A city council in New York got rid of the Pledge of Allegiance at meetings. (37:55)
— A Missouri lawmaker has filed a bill to punish librarians who let kids check out “inappropriate” books. (40:47)
— The Trump administration issued useless rules to protect “religious liberty.” (49:02)
— And a long rant about politics and the Oscars.
(Screenshot via WAVE)