Sunday, June 28, 2020

Sunday Talk Show Recap: Coronavirus, Police Reform, States, Crime

Preview: With coronavirus cases surging, lawmakers and health officials weigh in

Recap: Coronavirus resurgence dominates

Clips on Twitter


Ex-CDC director: 'No doubt' coronavirus 'has the upper hand'

HHS secretary: 'The window is closing' to stop coronavirus spread

Pence: 'We want to defer to local officials' on requiring masks

Gottlieb: Concentration of new cases in younger patients 'not likely to stay that way'

Police Reform

Tim Scott: Stalled police reform legislation a 'crying shame'

Tim Scott says Trump should take down 'offensive' Twitter video of protester shouting 'white power'


Arkansas governor: States 'can't be putting restrictions on each other across the country'

Administration defends state-by-state approach


Activist: Crime is a 'health crisis'

A problem with that idea is it makes connections that could get inverted: If crimes can be considered health problems, then true health problems could be considered crimes. This is especially dangerous when it comes to “mental health.” Theological beliefs could be considered mental health problems and then be considered crimes.

People don't commit crime because of a lack of health or because of poverty. Crime is a form of sin, and people are sinful. That's why people commit crime and why we need Jesus. There is nothing wrong in our culture today—including our politics—that is not addressed by the Gospel and healing the heart of man.

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