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The intent of the Founding Fathers and the dangers of socialism, part 4

Early on a piecemeal transformation, rooted in socialism, began in order to establish a utopian society. The English playwright and poet Oscar Wilde lauded a societal utopia

When objects collide

If you want a lot of hits, write about pornography. Albert Mohler, the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, has been posting on the subject.

Coming out … Christian

Since June is Gay Pride Month in the U.S., I thought I'd come out. After all, it’s true that “coming out” is not a one-time experience.

Come join the celebration

The great Catholic theologian Henri Nouwen thought birthdays the most important celebration because we celebrate a person for their simple presence among us. We are glad for them, and just for them.

Does the spirituality or faith of our president matter?

I came to this book with much ambivalence. Why does the faith perspective of our president’s matter?

In search of the American bicycle

Earlier this year I decided I was going to make good on a long-time plan and buy a road bike. I mostly ride on pavement these days; a few years back, I more or less permanently swapped out the knobbies on my mountain bike for slick tires.

Vatican censors nun’s book on sexual ethics, and some see a bid to muzzle women’s voices

A long-simmering conflict between the Vatican and American nuns erupted again on Monday (June 4) when the Vatican's doctrinal office issued a scathing critique of a popular book on sexual ethics by Sister Margaret A. Farley, one of the first Catholics to teach at Yale Divinity School.

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