Human nature is human nature, regardless of divine ambitions.
The quick and easy response is that Christians really are guilty of everything attributed to them. But this explanation does not get at the heart of the issue.
As always, there’s no shortage of hypocrisy in this world.
Thomas Jefferson disagreed with Blackstone’s notion that “Christianity is part of the common law.” Legal jurist St. George Tucker may have provided an Enlightenment alternative to Jefferson’s notion while revising Blackstone for America.
For those wishing for happy endings, his thesis is probably too good to be true.
This essay is about reading gay porn before class. And it resurrects an Ideological Outrage Of The Day from 2012. And a graphic novel. And striking out romantically. And Richard Dawkins.
Advanced showings of Michael Bay’s upcoming Easter movie, which depicts the events immediately preceding and following the crucifixion of Jesus, has come under fire from critics and religious scholars alike. Hoping to stave off protests, Bay has issued both an apology and explanation. Will it be enough?
Should the total, unconditional self-emptying exemplified by Christ be the logic of the Christian life?
Modesty is a virtue, but its promotion has an unwholesome side.
What does the sword have to do with the Christian spiritual life? Everything, according to Michael Voris, the producer of an internet television station. The faithful, he believes, are born for combat.
There are a lot of good causes out there. Why focus on poverty? For Poverty Awareness Month.
If you guessed that what’s going on here isn’t exactly about Christianity, I’m in agreement with you.
A Christmas message concerning Pope Francis, political tribalism, and the coming year.
Masses of people agreeing to vote for officials who want to go to war, continue using the death penalty, and tend to oppose programs that would support the poor all so those officials will do little more than pay lip service to the virtue of female chastity surely isn’t the ideal arrangement for a democracy.
We’ve all heard about right wing backlash against Pope Francis. But what about backlash from the left?
Lieutenant General William G. “Jerry” Boykin, now with the Family Research Council, wants to be like the Jesus who was a “man’s man,” who had “big, bulging biceps” and “smelled bad.” Nothing is stopping...
Kyle notes some fallacious reasoning on the part of Reza Aslan.