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The Church of England has decided to not allow same-sex marriages, but it will bless civil same-sex unions. Is it a wise compromise or terrible attempt to dodge a divisive issue? Brazil’s president lost reelection and his conservative Christian supporters stormed the capital. Is the American church exporting its nuttiness? New research from Gallop reveals which professions are the most and least trusted. Where do pastors land on the list? Plus, A.I. is causing layoffs for tech workers, Trump is angry at evangelical leaders, and broken Japanese toilets.


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News Segment


0:00 - Intro

2:56 - News of the Butt

6:42 - Artificial Intelligence

10:18 - Church of England marriage blessing



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28:59 - Capitol riots in Brazil

36:35 - Evangelical endorsements

42:29 - Ethics rankings

51:47 - End Credits

Links mentioned in news segment:


“‘See-through toilets’ malfunction in Shibuya” -'s%20Shibuya%20Ward%20announced%20Friday,see%20inside%20while%20in%20use.


“A news site used AI to write articles. It was a journalistic disaster.” -


“Alphabet cuts 12,000 jobs after pandemic hiring spree, refocuses on AI.” -


“Church of England: Gay couples can't marry but will receive 'God's blessing'” -


“Christians represented significant faction of capital rioters in Brazil” -


“Trump chides onetime evangelical supporters who haven’t endorsed him” -


“The New Ethics Rankings Are Out. Where Do Pastors Stand?” -

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