Archbishop and the Lord’s Prayer

Rowan Williams thinks the Lord’s Prayer should be taught in public schools because of its importance. I agree it is important; on teaching it in the public schools I have no opinion other than to say the problem is shaped more by lack of church attendance than public schools. The study, which compared the answers [Read More...]

Parents Not Proud of Children

Emily Yoffe gets a letter from a father who is less than happy with his son’s choice of career and lack of ambition, but “Prudie” turns the letter inside out into a lesson about parenting and love: Dear Concerned, As I started reading your letter I thought, “We’ve seen this movie so many times before.” Slacker [Read More...]

Can We Find God Through Nature? (RJS)

Part Two of Karl Giberson’s new book, The Wonder of the Universe: Hints of God in Our Fine-Tuned World, looks at design arguments and considers the pros and cons of possible interpretations of scientific data that either suggest or eliminate evidence for God in the Universe. I have commented at times on an edge to [Read More...]

Business People 8 (Michael Kruse)

WWJD – What would Jesus do? Most people are familiar with the popular Evangelical movement that sprang up in the ‘90s, inviting people to ask this question about daily life decisions. Many people are aware that this movement was rooted in Charles Sheldon’s best-selling novel, “In His Steps,” written in 1896, featuring a minster who [Read More...]


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