This week on The Bulletin, Mike Cosper and producer Clarissa Moll discuss Florida’s new laws restricting Chinese citizens from real estate transactions and employment at state universities. Conversation turns next to Peru’s first exemption for medically assisted suicide and the growth of the global right-to-die movement. Finally, we talk about dogs—our own and Gov. Kristi Noem’s, to be exact. Can the vice presidential hopeful remain a viable candidate after the release of her new book No Going Back? Special guests Skot Welch and Karen Swallow Prior join the discussion.

Today’s Guests:

Skot Welch is the principal/founder of Global Bridgebuilders, a firm focusing on organizational development, cultural transformation, and inclusion. Prior to the launch of Global Bridgebuilders, Skot served as vice president of business development and benchmarking services for DiversityInc magazine in New Jersey, where he worked with many of the Fortune 500’s biggest global brands across a broad range of industries. Skot’s most recent book is Unfractured: A Christ-Centered Action Plan for Cultural Change.

Karen Swallow Prior, PhD, is the author of The Evangelical Imagination: How Stories, Images, and Metaphors Created a Culture in Crisis and On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Books, among other titles. Her writing has appeared at Christianity Today, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, First Things, and other places. In addition, Dr. Prior is a columnist for Religion News Service, a contributing editor for Comment, a founding member of The Pelican Project, and a senior fellow at The Trinity Forum.

Resources Referenced:

When Buying a Home Is Treated as a National Security Threat,” The New York Times

The Art of Dying: Living Fully into the Life to Come by Rob Moll

Who Will Comfort Me? The Total Care of Cicely Saunders” by Karen Swallow Prior, the Acton Institute

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