From the War on Police to Apologetics

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In the first hour, Dr. Brown speaks with author Jeff Roorda about his new book The War on Police: How the Ferguson Effect is Making America Unsafe; in the second hour, he’ll speak with the famed apologist Dr. Norman Geisler. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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  1. The answer may possibly by looking at other fields that deal with the public. Example the health care field actually has classes on how to interact with different cultures of people. If you interview nurses/physicians you will find that there are skill sets that will treat people differently in communication to reach the standard of care. (So the interaction/communication is taught to explain the care) The care itself is standard. In policing a communication/interaction could be adjusted, but the social justice/rules laws would be standard for the whole of the population. The change would be in communicating to a different people effectively, but the law is fair and the same for all.

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