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Traditions, especially weird traditions, and college programs go together. I have been told there is an Oxford college that commemorates a duck every one hundred... [Read More]
Imitators of Christ: Since we are called to imitate Christ, let us then get up and follow our Lord who, too, was hardworking. [Read More]
I'm afraid I owe my readers an apology, so: I'm sorry. Here's why: I've never had a formal comment policy and I tend to exercise... [Read More]
It's been a big topic of conversation among some of the working groups. From CNS:  No one is excluded from the love of God or... [Read More]
This was making the rounds earlier—some young man in a flowery T-shirt leaning forward in his perfectly curated retro burnt umber chair declaring that all... [Read More]
Believing that there is something more powerful than the empire is an important and necessary step towards questioning it. God questions the omnipotence of empire. As... [Read More]
Almighty and everlasting God, in Christ you have revealed your glory among the nations: Preserve the works of your mercy, that your Church throughout the... [Read More]
In the wake of any tragedy or misfortune, Americans tend to offer vague sentiments of empathy. "My thoughts and prayers are with you," we say. I... [Read More]
Great article by Zondervan editor Katya Covrett for the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical theology on You Can Be What You Can Read. Publishers... [Read More]
Health hazards, disease, much more could be cured and eliminated by the installation and use of proper sanitation systems in slums, hamlets, rural villages and... [Read More]
Those who worry that the Republicans will overturn Roe should stop worrying, because it isn't going to happen. Those who keep telling us we have... [Read More]
Paul Simon once wrote that "the words of the prophets are written on the subway walls and tenement halls." I know this to be true.... [Read More]
Scott Warren has a far-stronger religious liberty claim than any of the various successful such claims upheld by the courts in recent years. But that... [Read More]
Humans being that we are, we're always going to be formulating codes of morality we can't live up to, and forcing ourselves into positions of... [Read More]
To read a review of the documentary about Mr. Rogers, visit "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" To buy the movie, follow the link... [Read More]
This past week I participated in a "Christ at the Checkpoint" conference in Oklahoma City.  About ten Palestinian and Anglo-American speakers (Stephen Sizer and Gary... [Read More]
    Even at this late stage of my life, I can still be, and not infrequently am, astonished by the behavior of certain especially... [Read More]
It appears that the he said/he said back and forth between Archbishop Vigano and the Vatican is still chugging down the road. The latest installment... [Read More]
Two of them are good. One of them is not good! ...Plus bonus Pope Emeritus at the end. When I learned that Netflix had made... [Read More]
I look forward to the sentencing phase of this trial. [Read More]