Understanding What SCOTUS Did and Did NOT Do in the Phillips Case

Jack Phillips was victorious in his argument in front of the Supreme Court and we praise God for the outcome.  But this morning we will examine how the Court stopped far short of assuring Christians that their religious conscience would be protected. There are some warning signs that Monday’s victory, while important to Phillips, might not be significant in the big picture.  The battle was not won Monday; In fact, the ruling may have signaled SCOTUS is not prepared to guarantee people freedom of religious conscience that their rights will be protected.

In our first segment, we are joined by Tina Marie Griffin, “Counter Culture Mom” to look at challenges parents face in raising their children morally in the face of Hollywood, media, secular music, video games, and apps.

 

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Steam store school-shooting game ‘appalling’

Outrage over ‘horrendous’ Active Shooter video game that lets children play the role of a gunman on a murder spree at school

The Rapid Retraction of a School-Shooting Video Game

Valve Has Removed a School Shooting Simulator From Steam, Calling the Developer a ‘Troll’

Miss America Changes: No More Swimsuit Competition

Court prevented ‘catastrophe,’ tip-toed around precedent

American Bible Society to Require Church Attendance, Certain Beliefs about LGBT

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