"The new session of the United States Supreme Court began this week—and the term began with eight justices instead of nine, due to the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Without a full bench, some of the cases argued before the Supreme Court might come down to a 4 – 4 split decision. A divided Court would leave many of our nation’s fundamental and constitutional questions unanswered.
This is especially troubling given the cases on the docket in this session—cases of enormous concern for Christians."Read the entire article here by Dr. Albert Mohler.
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