This week Douglas Wilson talks about A recent court case involving female genital mutilation. He then goes on to review Kathryn Lindskoog’s book, “Sleuthing C.S. Lewis.” Wrapping it up with a look at the New Testament word that means inexcusable. Happy plodding!
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A recent court case involving female genital mutilation – a judge declared a federal law against it unconstitutional
- His argument was that Congress didn’t have the right to outlaw a practice like this
- Is secularism even possible?
- There is a difference between female genital mutilation and circumcision.
- Secularism is crippled and dismayed
Sleuthing C.S. Lewis
- Book by Kathryn Lindskoog
- She wrote “The C.S. Lewis Hoax” in 1988
- About Lindskoog’s accusations to Walter Hooper
- Her charges are that Hooper forged some of Lewis’ work
- She does quite a bit of gnat strangling in this book
- A good controversy for people to be aware of
- The word for inexcusable is used twice in the New Testament
- Romans 1:20, Romans 2:1