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Our guest today will show that women's liberation was less the result of moral progress than an effect of the material consequences of the Industrial Revolution. We've left the industrial era for the digital age, in which technology liberates us from natural limits and embodied sex differences. "Feminism" has been captured by well-off white-collar women, who use it to advance their own economic and political interests under the pretense that these are the interests of all women—all the while wielding the term like a club against anyone, male or female, who dissents. We then turn our attention to what happened at the US Supreme Court regarding the FDA and the so-called “abortion pill”? Is it really pro-woman or pro-violence and compassionate-less health care? Get ready to think critically and biblically this hour.
We do not have a spirit of fear and timidity; we have a spirit of power, love, and a sound mind. When we walk by the Spirit, we are not conformed to a world of worry and anxiety. Bad habits must cease. Negativity, confusion, and worry are banished. The enemy has no playground. Sound impossible? With God, nothing is impossible. Our guest, an author, and speaker will offer a rousing call to be transformed through the renewing of your mind by taking every thought captive to Christ. She shows you how to
· recognize the lies of the enemy
· replace those lies with the truth of God
· pray through times of mental and emotional strife
· proactively use God's Word instead of living defensively and defeated
Join us for a very encouraging conversation!
Mary Harrington is a columnist and editior for UnHeard and runs her own weekly Substack Reactionary Feminist. Mary’s work has been published in First Things, American Affairs, the New York Post, The Spectator, the New Statesman, the London Times, and the Mail on Sunday. Born in the United Kingdom, she lived in several European countries as a child, before graduating from Oxford University in 2002 with a First in English Literature. Feminism Against Progress is her first book.
Dr. Ingrid Skop is a Senior Fellow and Director of Medical Affairs for Charlotte Lozier Institute. She is a board-certified OB/GYN practicing in Texas who has delivered more than 5,000 babies over the past 25 years. Unfortunately, she also has significant experience treating women for complications of the abortion pill, including performing an emergency surgery just last month. Right now, a federal judge in Texas is considering a request to suspend the FDA’s suspect approval of the abortion pill regimen, and part of the material he’s reviewing includes a Lozier Institute amicus brief that was based on Dr. Skop’s medical research.
Kelly Balarie has lived her subject matter. Her faith was built as she battled through an eating disorder, depression, serious health concerns, company failures, family tragedies, job losses, and times without income. Throughout it all, Kelly has looked past the pain to pursue God’s always-unfolding plan. When speaking at women's conferences around the nation, Kelly delights in joining hands with women as they go through life's ups and downs. To see marriages restored, hope recovered, and prayers of faith lifted up to a God on the move are some of her greatest joys. She is the author of Fear Fighting, Battle Ready, and Rest Now. Beyond this, Kelly has led spiritual growth Bible study groups and has been seen on TODAY, The 700 Club, Crosswalk.com, iBelieve.com, and (in)courage