What does love in action look like? In this week’s episode of The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore discuss the recent Supreme Court rulings that reaffirm the right to creative expression and bid adieu to affirmative action after 40 years of shaping higher education.

With the freedom of speech and religious liberty, how do we discern where and whom to serve? With admissions changes in place, how can Christians encourage equality and opportunity in education and college admissions? In both circumstances, how can we love our neighbors well?

The episode ends with thoughtful conversation around the challenges the Biden family faces with son Hunter and his unacknowledged four-year-old daughter. How do we respond when the people in our lives don’t live the way we’d hoped? True love never offers convenient denial.

Sail the Nile with Christianity Today’s Russell Moore. Click here to learn more.

Resources Referenced:
The Major Supreme Court Decisions in 2023
A Pair of Noteworthy Supreme Court Decisions For Church Leaders
Supreme Court Sides With Christian Who Won’t Make Gay Wedding Sites
It’s Seven Grandkids, Mr. President

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