Podcasts

Welcome to the Ruth Institute podcast page! This is one of my favorite places on the entire site! Here we've collected recordings of my speeches, interviews, and other programs for you to enjoy. Some of these podcasts are from live lecture halls, speeches or rallies. Others are from radio interviews. In all cases, you receive the benefit of the Ruth Institute knowledge and experience on all issues relating to the Sexual Revolution.

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A New Kind of Taboo for Children

(September 17, 2015) Jennifer Johnson, Ruth Institute's Director of Operations, appears today on Family Policy Matters Radio to speak about the harms and risks of being a child of divorce. Emotional harm and the pressure to be silent form the inadvertent basis for a new kind of taboo for children.

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 6

(September 8, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're concluding their 6-part series on the sexual revolution: this one touches on the stigma of abstinence, the effects of the hook-up culture, and the West's war on fertility, among other things.

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 5

(September 2, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're continuing their 6-part series on the sexual revolution: this one touches on divorce's impact on men and the effects of the hook-up culture, among other things.

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Dr J at CANFP

(August 21, 2015) Dr J is one of the keynote speakers at the California Association of Natural Family Planning Conference, where she talks about "The Sexual Revolution and its Victims." She takes questions afterward, too--check out the podcast stream over at the Ruth Refuge for all of her Q&A sessions.

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The Courage Conference and the Sexual Revolution

(August 17, 2015) Dr J is once again Molly Smith's guest on "From the Median," offering a recap of Dr. Morse's participation in the Courage conference in Detroit. Dr. Morse and Molly discuss how we got to where we are culturally on sex, marriage, and family--and how we can move forward to a kinder, more Godly understanding that promotes healing from all the damage that's been done.

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Courage Conference Interview

(August 12, 2015) Dr J is at the Courage Conference in Plymouth, Michigan, near Detroit, where she spoke with Teresa Tomeo of Catholic Connection. Teresa is interviewing Dr J and Father Paul Check, head of Courage International, the Catholic Church's ministry to persons dealing with same sex attraction. They discuss how to work as a force for healing in the midst of all the sexual pressure our culture applies.

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 4

 

(August 7, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're continuing their 6-part series on the sexual revolution: part 4 touches on the related themes of cohabitation and divorce. Check out our podcast stream if you're joining us in the middle of the series, and stay tuned for the rest of it.

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 3

(July 28, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're continuing their 6-part series on the sexual revolution: part 3 examines the claim that "women can have it all" and its influence over modern sexual education. Check out our podcast stream if you're joining us in the middle of the series, and of course stay tuned as the rest of it comes up.

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 2

(July 21, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. They're continuing their 6-part series on the sexual revolution: part 2 examines the nature of freedom in the context of the sexual revolution. Check out our podcast stream if you missed part 1, and of course stay tuned as the rest of it comes up!

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The Sexual Revolution, Part 1

(July 16, 2015) Dr J is once again Todd Wilkin's guest on Issues, Etc. Today they're beginning a 6-part series on the sexual revolution, and they start by examining its central tenets and its nature. Stay tuned for more!

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