Is Bad Theology Partly Responsible for Hobby Lobby’s Plight?

 

I’m not referring to Hobby Lobby’s theology, but rather to a common Protestant mistake that’s plagued Christian life for generations. [Read more...]

Governor Perry Appropriately Compliments Wendy Davis; Left Goes Crazy

“Perry Launches Vicious Attack On Texas Lawmaker” — so declares the Huffington Post on its front page. [Read more...]

The Essentiality of Religious Argument in the Public Square

I just finished my second reading (the first was many years ago) of James McPherson’s outstanding single-volume history of the Civil War, Battle Cry of Freedom.  The first time I read the book I was primarily interested in his take on the military history of the war.  Was it a close-run conflict?  Was the outcome inevitable?  This time, however, I was less interested in the now-familiar contours of the Wilderness campaign than I was in the social history — how the union came to split apart, how the war aims changed from reunion to emancipation, and how the nation tolerated casualties at a rate unmatched before or since. [Read more...]

Your Questions About Mitt, Life, and Religion — Answered!

In August I sat down with the good folks at Life Report to answer, well, about a million questions (give or take) about Mitt Romney.  The report is now up, and if you’ve ever questioned Mitt’s commitment to life or asked the “religion question,” I invite you to watch (Warning — I’m less telegenic than Nancy). [Read more...]

Top 10 Public Controversies that Don’t Cost 825,000 Innocent Lives Per Year

 

Some of my sophisticated progressive Christian friends are rather fond of mocking simple folks like myself as “single-issue voters.”   [Read more...]


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