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Kresta in the Afternoon – January 26, 2021 – Hour 2

Supreme Court to Hear Case of College Students Silenced from Sharing the Gospel

Georgia Gwinnett College student Chike Uzuegbunam was simply trying to follow the command of Mark 16:15 when he began handing out pamphlets on campus and talking with students about the Gospel. He was soon approached by school officials who told him his activity was prohibited outside of designated “Speech Zones.” He has since graduated from the school but his case continues and has been taken up by the Supreme Court. John Bursch of the Alliance Defending Freedom joins us.

John Bursch

John Bursch is senior counsel and vice president of appellate advocacy with Alliance Defending Freedom. Bursch has argued 12 U.S. Supreme Court cases and more than 30 state supreme court cases since 2011, and a recent study concluded that among all frequent Supreme Court advocates who did not work for the federal government, he had the 3rd highest success rate for persuading justices to adopt his legal position. Visit

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The Spiritual Act of Homemaking (2 segments)

Though there has been a resurgence in the domestic arts and a desire to live a simpler lifestyle, the role of a homemaker is still unpopular. Viewed as an unfulfilling and even oppressive way of life, many women feel a sense of shame or futility in managing the world of their home. Carrie Gress gives us a new view of the “spiritual act” of homemaking.

Carrie Gress

Carrie Gress has a doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America and the author of several books including the Theology of Home, the Theology of Home II, and The Anti-Mary Exposed. She is the editor at the Catholic Women’s online magazine Theology of Home. Visit and

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