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Reading Reflections: American Christianity is Destroying the Church 2 Comments Read more »

Reading Reflections: American Christianity is Destroying the Church

Here’s some rambling and reflection having finished “Foolishness to the Greeks: The Gospel and Western Culture.” by Lesslie Newbigin. When did the Church’s interaction with politics in America simply become pro-life, and against gay marriage? When did religious conservatism become the Republican party? And why…


Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice? Leave a comment Read more »

Impotent Faith: Where is Christian America in Matters of Injustice?

Where is Justice? By Joseph Ellis I hear two sides of Christian faith predominantly being expressed these days. The first has to do with Christianity being an inward experience that changes people from the inside out. The second is what was once called the “Moral…


Moral Acts of War? Libya & Questions of International Ethics Leave a comment Read more »

Moral Acts of War? Libya & Questions of International Ethics

Is there a moral path here? By Joseph Ellis International Ethics must be a class somewhere, but it isn’t something I can remember being offered at any time during my educational experience. Yet, is there a topic that has been at the fore front in…