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Is Marriage Bigoted and Discriminatory?

July 20, 2013 Patrick Lee 0

Recently both President Obama and members of the Supreme Court gave support to the argument that the very idea that marriage is only between a man and a woman—central to the Judeo-Christian belief about marriage, […]

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Two Cheers for Democracy

July 3, 2013 Benjamin Wiker 0

Happy 237th birthday, America! Two cheers for democracy! Why only two? Aren’t we supposed to cheer wildly for democracy as unambiguously good? Don’t we have a moral obligation to hold up democracy as the best—indeed, […]

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Jesus, Marriage, and Homosexuality

June 29, 2013 Dr. Leroy Huizenga 2

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decisions striking down the substance of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8, Jesus’ opinion—or lack thereof—on homosexuality has received renewed attention. In a crass […]

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Man and Arbiter

June 28, 2013 Thomas M. Doran 0

An arbiter, derived from the Latin for judge, is defined as “one chosen to judge or decide a disputed issue”; also, “one who has the power to judge at will”. Many insist that an arbiter […]

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An Argument for Arguing Well

May 29, 2013 Mark P. Shea 0

As humans made in the image and likeness of God, we have a built-in desire to know what’s really going on and to trace all the little discoveries of what is really going on right […]