The Lutheran Theology of Culture

On the LCMS website, looking for an address, I saw prominently featured an article or an interview or something I didn’t even remember doing in which I very succinctly summarize the Lutheran theology of culture.  It’s rather different from other approaches, but I think it’s broadly applicable and can solve many of the problems Christians have today in figuring out how to relate to their cultures.  This will also shed light on a continual theme of this blog, so I’ll post the thing after the jump. [Read more…]

Businesses have religious liberty rights

A court stopped the imposition of fines being levied on Hobby Lobby for refusing to go along with the Obamacare contraception and morning-after-pill mandate until the case is fully litigated.  In doing so, the court ruled that corporations and for-profit businesses have religious liberty rights. [Read more…]

European Union discovers USA’s espionage

More diplomatic embarrassment as additional Snowden papers reveal that the National Security Administration has been bugging the offices of the European Union in Washington, the United Nations, and even its headquarters in Brussels.  (Not just the internet and phone monitoring.  Old-fashioned microphones in the buildings.) So now our allies are mad at us. [Read more…]

Do conservatives need to be Catholics?

According to some circles, in order to be a consistent conservative, you really need to be a Roman Catholic.  Darryl Hart challenges that notion. [Read more…]

New rules for contraception mandate

Religious organizations have objected to the Obamacare requirement that the health insurance they give their employees must provide for free contraception and morning-after-pills.  Now the Obama administration has issued new rules for how those organizations can sort-of opt out of the mandate, while still providing free contraception and morning-after-pills. [Read more…]

Heather has three biological parents

Great Britain has approved a in-vitro-fertilization technique that conceives babies using genetic material from three different parents.  (If I’m sorting it out correctly, it will take one father and two different mothers, with the destruction of one embryo being used for spare parts.) [Read more…]


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