Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on September 21, 2020
4:00 – Kresta Comments: Faithful Citizenship
4:20 – The Past and Future of the Court
For the second straight time, the Supreme Court has lost one of its most recognizable members within months of a presidential election. What is the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what could the Court look like under her replacement? Carter Snead takes a look.
4:40 – RBG Dies: Can We Expect Changes to Roe?
President Trump is expected to nominate a replacement for Ruther Bader Ginsburg soon, and Amy Coney Barrett is considered to be a frontrunner for the nomination. What, if any, changes can we expect to happen to Roe v Wade if Barrett is successfully nominated? We’ll talk with Clarke Forsythe.
5:00 – Kresta Comments: RBG’s Fatal Flaw
There are many things about Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life that are to be admired, including how she overcame all kinds of obstacles to sit on the High Court and maintained a close friendship with Antonin Scalia despite their differences. But she also had a fatal flaw that will tarnish her legacy. Al discusses.
5:20 – Former Christianity Today Editor becomes Catholic
Christianity Today is known as the “journal of record” among American Evangelicals and for twenty years it was led in part by Mark Galli, a former Protestant minister. Recently, Mark came into full communion with the Catholic Church. He joins us to explain why.