Is Homosexuality Wrong?

Note: This is the latest in a series on homosexuality and Christianity. See the introduction and first, second and third parts. I recently began a series of blog posts on Christianity and homosexuality, and then left off for a while.  The truth is that I’ve been dreading writing the next installment — this one — in the series. [Read More...]

Morning Links: Anders Breivik, "Sister Wives," Amy Winehouse, and the Beach Boys

In the News 1.  The attack in Norway was horrific, with an explosion in town to attract the interest of police and then a wanton slaughter of the children of the elite on an island summer-camp.  Anders Breivik was driven by a sort of “crusade” on behalf of Christian society.  And Norway police arrived 90 [Read More...]

2008 was "Change"; will 2012 be "Change it Back"? — The Morning Report, 7/12/11

In the News 1.  James Pethokoukis on what will, I’m quite sure, be the central Republican argument in the 2012 election battle: The Republican charge is a body shot aimed right at the belly of President Barack Obama’s re-election effort: He made it worse. No, not that White House efforts at boosting the American economy [Read More...]

Is the Institution of Marriage Really Crumbling?

I recently wrote a piece entitled “Three Red Herrings in the Gay Marriage Debate.”  A colleague of mine named Star, the managing editor of Patheos’ Pagan Portal, responded in “Life, Liberty, and the Institution of Marriage?”  I am a fan of Star’s.  She’s a true believer.  She’s not a pagan because she finds it fashionable, [Read More...]

Three Red Herrings in the Gay Marriage Debate

The dust is settling from the battle of Albany, and the smell of red herrings is in the air.  Gay-marriage is now legally recognized in the state of New York.  Out of every 9 Americans, 1 now lives in a state that legally affirms gay marriage, and with California likely to follow soon, the proportion [Read More...]


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