Tag Archives: Christianity

Both a right and wrong

No matter how stupid, insensitive, or self-serving we might think it is, the New Yorkers who wish to build a mosque near ground zero do have a right to build it.   As I’ve said in a previous post and comment, …

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Merry Christmas,

My first Christmas prayer for this holy day is to thank God for giving his Son to the world, so that we may choose everlasting life.  My second Christmas prayer is that we would all make this choice.  And lastly, …

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Born again again?

Dean Kahn’s question for yesterday solicited readers for their attitude towards Muslims.  I assume it was to lay groundwork for the Herald’s upcoming Public can learn of Muslims series.  However, being an unmoderated and mostly anonymous comment section, any attempt …

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Pants afire

I’ve kept silent about the topic of religion and Senator Obama, not because I think it is a non-topic, but rather it is such a huge multifaceted topic that I couldn’t figure a good place to start. Is Rev. Wright’s …

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The reason for the season

After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going …

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Fueling our nation

Engines are designed with specific fuels in mind right from the start. When we pull up to a “gas” station we are faced with many “choices“, yet really no choice at all. If we choose the wrong fuel our vehicle …

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