Podcast: Being Pro-Choice is a Biblical Concept?

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On today’s Polemics Report for October 3, 2019, JD goes through the news clips of the day, then explains why being “pro-choice” is a Biblical concept. In doing so, he explains the idiocy of saying Social Justice is a Biblical concept, because, as JD argues, words have meanings. Then, JD gets into Kyle J. Howard’s racist rants against forgiveness regarding the forgiveness granted at Amber Guyger’s sentencing.

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