You see, my health-care issues are not yours, and I don't vote for candidates who promise to take care of me
When my phone salesman asked me that, it caught me off guard, but all of a sudden the question took on a very personal quality.
There are three main counterarguments against my overarching thesis in Parts 1-3; namely, that adult-committed incest and polyamory are better analogies to homosexuality and transgenderism than are race and gender. None of them are convincing, in my view.
The recent battles on Capitol Hill over both Sonia Sotomayor and healthcare convinced me that pro-life Americans should take a cue from a popular chick flick.
An American Christian worker named Chris Leggett was gunned down by Al Qaeda for the alleged "crime" of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity.
Christian America is busy dying again. If you believe some partisan historians, it was dead before the American Revolution, or at least, nobody important was a Christian by then.
Last Wednesday evening, I witnessed a remarkable event, which is being misreported and misperceived—from the Drudge Report to the White House—in antagonistic ways I plainly didn't see.
President Obama has chosen a nominee with a compelling personal story over judicial pick with a solid constitutional judicial philosophy.
Apparently many journalists do not let the facts get in the way of a juicy, agenda-driven story.
We need to go further; for problems with homosexual activity are not limited to a structural inability to procreate.
The problem is that the analogy to race and gender doesn't work well.
I remember vividly the first Sunday that my two children and I were introduced to a different kind of mother.
Pastor Robert Krueger says that he sees more ELCA students coming to his traditional and liturgical congregation. "They all have expressed a disappointment in the direction the ELCA is going, and its general disregard for the Bible as the Word of God."
Jefferson's query: "Believers, what would you do if God disappears? I'm atheist but I'm just interested about what you would do if your imaginary god hypothetically poofs out of existence?
Most Americans were angered by the Miss USA pageant unfairly discriminating against the moral values of Miss California Carrie Prejean. But equally disturbing is the reaction of young, self-proclaimed Christian celebrities who are taking the side of homosexual activist Perez Hilton.
"Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified ... has been raised." Mark 16:6
Following is the National Council of Churches Easter message issued by His Eminence Archbishop Vicken Aykazian, President, and the Rev. Dr. Michael Kinnamon, General Secretary.
President Obama's first critical opportunity to address global poverty will come on April 2, when he attends the G-20 meeting in London.
We all should have Ed Liddy's problems.
Americans are losing their faith at unprecedented rates. How are we to interpret such news?
No matter who you are or what you do, the current economic situation most likely has your feelings fluctuating from anxious and fearful to unstable and depressed.
On this day may we all pledge to change the polarized debate on abortion, to enter into a new conversation on abortion, and to seek a new common ground movement to dramatically reduce abortion as a step to which we can all agree.
As a Christ-follower I find myself in a bit of a conundrum about all this. Something in me wants to give extra room for the rationale of Israel just because it is Israel.