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The Greening of Christianity

It’s not easy being green…especially if you’re an evangelical. Richard Cizik was ousted from the leadership of the National Association

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Tortured Conscience

A political dissident is arrested for leading a movement that threatens the stability of a region. He is ambushed and

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Cosmo-Christians

Last year during the presidential campaign, an interesting trend was observed. The Christian segment of the population once believed to

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Ted Kennedy & Jerry Falwell (1983)

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Pro-Life but Anti-Health Care?

Okay, I’m taking the bait and entering into the traitorous waters of the health care reform debate. To be upfront,

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Teaching Religion in Public Schools

Next month I will be participating on a panel with a Jewish rabbi, a secular humanist, a Muslim, and a

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A Pro-Life Kennedy?

Ross Douthat has an insightful op-ed in The New York Times comparing Ted Kennedy with his sister, Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

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Chicago 2016 (The Reps)

The Olympics are about athletics, competition, and the power of sport to draw the nations of the world together. It’s

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Lifestyles of the Rich and Religious

Many people I know have an impression of Christianity based largely upon what they see while surfing the television—an impression that

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