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Trump Is No Conservative, But Neither Is...John Kasich!

Date: 08/22/2015

Donald Trump may not be a conservative . His Republican opponents, both his rivals in the presidential primary contest as well as their apologists in the media, are laboring tirelessly to discredit their party’s front runner on this ground. This line of attack, however, is disingenuous, for neither are their candidates of choice— Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio , Carly Fiorina —particularly conserva ...

Related Topics: Faith And Prayer


How the Latest Revelations Re: ISIS' Systemized Sexual Violence Against Girls Remind Me I Am Not a Pacifist

Date: 08/14/2015

As if ISIS had not already convinced us enough of its total depravity ... the latest revelations by The New York Times —( be forewarned, they are disturbing to read) — remind me why I am not a pacifist. As if turning small boys into child soldiers is not enough to raise the ire of the international community, the article details how ISIS is now instituting a whole system of religiously justifi ...

Related Topics: Faith And Prayer, ISIS And Sexual Slavery, Theology Of Rape, Just War, The Lord's Prayer, Dietrich Bonhoeffer


When Christian Leaders Say, "Jump!" Do We Leap?

Date: 08/14/2015

"If any of you is lacking in wisdom, ask God, who gives to all generously and ungrudgingly, and it will be given you." James 1:5 For many years, my literary junk food was celebrity people magazines. Once every two weeks I headed to the library, grabbed a stack, and caught up on all the latest news of the British Royal Family, heart throbs of my adolescence, and (my favorite) shots of female st ...

Related Topics: Faith And Prayer, God, Jesus, Worship, Bible, Christianity, Pastor, Celebrity, Pulpit, Commonsense, Prophet, Voices, Movie Star, Fox News, Gay Marriage, Boycott


Where is the Christ in Christianity?

Date: 07/08/2015

I was driving into town yesterday and was behind a truck that had a bumper sticker that said keep the Christ in Christmas. It got me thinking. When I explore the teachings of Jesus two things stand out most strongly for me: love and the concept of judge not least you be judged.    When I look at some of the rhetoric people who call themselves Christian espouse I am appalled. Where i ...

Related Topics: Love, Judge Not, There Is No Hell, Same Sex Marriage


Why orthodox muslims should celebrate the gay marriage ruling

Date: 06/27/2015

The news that the Supreme Court has struck down barriers to same-sex marriage nationwide is truly a victory for civil rights. While homosexuals haven't faced the same sustained, institutionalized violent terrorism that black Americans suffered, they have suffered a more quiet form of oppression in recent decades of denial and humiliation and insult, often deprived basic human compassion and dig ...

Related Topics: Faith And Prayer, Civil Rights


secrets, closets, and religious judgment

Date: 07/01/2015

I have a dear friend who is, almost certainly, gay. We never discuss this -- sexual behaviour isn't a normal topic of conversation in most friendships! I worry that my friend has no partner, that my friend's church and community are adamantly judgmental -- in the most negative of ways -- of gays. To come out of the closet, for my friend, would mean losing most of the many communities to which ...

Related Topics: Health And Wellness, Britton Gildersleeve, Beginner's Heart, Buddhism, Buddhist Blogs, Religious Extremism, Anti-Gay Christians, Gay Marriage, Religious Hatred


Interview: Thomas Miller of Limited Partnership

Date: 06/11/2015

[youtube][/youtube] In 1975, a Boulder, Colorado county clerk issued six marriage licenses to gay couples, including Filipino-American Richard Adams and his Australian husband, Tony Sullivan.  Richard immediately filed for a green card for Tony based on their marriage. But unlike most heterosexual married couples who easily file petitions and obtain gre ...

Related Topics: Blog 97, Entertainment


David Brooks and "The Big Me"—A Critique

Date: 06/02/2015

[caption id="attachment_5579" align="alignleft" width="395"] David Brooks' latest book is the subject of an edifying interview in the June 2015 issue of Christianity Today.[/caption] In the midst of preparing for this major house renovation, for which mental health breaks have come in the form of way too many back-to-back episodes of the T.V. series "Breaking Bad," and regrettably less writin ...

Related Topics: Faith And Prayer, Christianity Today, David Brooks, Sin And Righteousness, Evangelicals And Indiana Law, Post-Christendom Church, The Road To Character

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