Here are some helpful podcasts from Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse.
The first two talks were given to 110 lawyers in training at an Alliance Defense Fund event. I highly recommend them. If you like informed, passionate advocates of social conservatism who are also experts in libertarian economics, then you’ll enjoy these podcasts!
- Marriage & Sex
(June 12, 2009) Dr. J guest-lectures on the economic and societal impact of marriage and sex. This talk, delivered at the Blackstone Legal Fellowship in Phoenix, is a little over an hour long. Its companion talk was podcast on June 23, 2009.
Direct download: Sep02_09.mp3
- Iowa Supreme Court: Same-Sex Marriage
(June 12, 2009) Dr. J guest-lectures on the recent Iowa Supreme Court ruling on homosexual marriage. This talk, delivered at the Blackstone Legal Fellowship in Phoenix, is a little over an hour long. Its companion talk is podcast on September 2, 2009.
Direct download: June23_09.mp3
- Informed Consent, et. al.
(August 25, 2009) Ignorance = Informed Consent? Dr J sheds some light on this troubling trend, the groups behind it, and how mothers and children are losing out. (Note: this program is about Oklahoma overturning the law that requires doctors to conduct an ultrasound before performing an abortion.
Direct download: Sep04_09.mp3
- Defense of Marriage Act
(August 19, 2009) Dr J appears on Issues, Etc to discuss the Obama Justice Department’s impending defense of DoMA. She also shines some light on the strategies of the homosexual movement as they attempt to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.
Direct download: Sep03_09.mp3
- #4: Same-Sex Marriage in Vermont
(September 1, 2009) Vermont becomes the 4th state to legalize homosexual marriage. Dr J and Todd Wilken discuss how it happened, the next target(s) of the homosexual lobby, and why it’s so important for supporters of traditional marriage to respond.
Direct download: Sep05_09.mp3
It’s more fun to discuss these issues if you get the proper training first. Dr. Morse is the William Lane Craig of social issues, and social issues matter. If the left makes it illegal to advocate socially conservative positions in public, then we run the risk of not being able to teach Biblical values to our own children.
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