The Morality of Personal Drug Use
According to opinion polls, Americans' support for decriminalizing personal drug use is steadily increasing. Yet many religious leaders have expressed concerns about the anticipated consequences of decriminalization on individuals, families, and society. How should faith communities respond to the growing debate about recreational drug use, and the changing climate around treating drug use as a criminal matter? If the government loosens laws and reduces or abolishes penalties for personal drug use, is it respecting individual liberties, or failing to protect the health and wellbeing of its citizens?
Drug Use and Brain Chemistry
Can a Christian Smoke Pot?
America Goes to Pot
A Case Against MaryJane
Marijuana Legalization in Black and White
Christian Pastor Says Legalize Drugs?
Time to Get High?
Condemnation and Criminalization of Drug Use
The Larger Complexities of Poverty
Drugs and Decriminalizing