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Do we really need to do this perennial War on Christmas thing?
How do we respond when faced with a language or other cultural difference in others?
Doesn’t what happened (or didn’t happen) on news channels with regard to the Iranian earthquakes earlier this month serve not only as a reflection of the news media but also of us as Americans?
I’ve been thinking about the points and counterpoints of the gun debate and have noticed some interesting similarities to the abortion debate.
Has the pursuit of happiness through unbridled, unchecked capitalism and consumerism actually prevented us from truly being happy? Has the culture of abundance robbed us of satisfaction?
Bumper sticker sloganeering often drives us apart rather than pulls us together.
The ideological framework of the evangelical right seems to wrap the Bible in an American flag and the Constitution in a Bible cover.
A combination of political and religious ideology and biblical interpretations lead some Christians to boldly claim, virtually as a tenet of faith, that climate change is not real.
It appears that “Stand Your Ground” is to neighborhood watch as the Bush Doctrine is to national defense.
How determinative should a person's alignment with our own faith be to casting our vote?
As I read the scriptures through their historically ...
Merry Christmas or Happy ...
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What the Debates over Gun ...
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