If you did, you might drop that whole line about Hitler and gun control.
On this papal visit, he embodies his words: Go out fearlessly. Listen to everyone. Seek the prayers of the powerless on earth who have equal power in heaven.
What’s in “Fidel and Religion,” the book Castro gave the pope? Lines such as, “I believe Karl Marx could have subscribed to the Sermon on the Mount.”
Christians believe we are all born into sin, but few of us see ours in headlines. R.C. Sproul Jr. has seen his momentary interest in the adultery site on a public list. But the theology professor still has a lesson to teach.
The furor is, at root, an unwinnable war over ‘personhood,’ the legality of abortion and the ethics of finding cures for life in the death of a fetus.
The moral spine of the novel is not Atticus Finch. It’s Jean Louise, stepping out of the murky pond of childhood to claim her own Christian moral identity.
Unbelievers get low poll ratings but Sarah Jones — my guest blogger today — sees another message in the new Gallup data, one that could alarm evangelicals.
The Supreme Court reasoned with concern for the real world impact of dismantling the Affordable Care Act. That pragmatic approach turned up in the ruling, too.
Opponents fear this is a push for the elderly, disabled and depressed to kill themselves. Supporters say the act, packed with safeguards, is a matter of dignity and autonomy for the dying.