Politics

Would Jesus Pray at a City Council Meeting?

By Morgan Guyton
The more that I think about the recent Supreme Court ruling defending the use of explicitly Christian prayer to open government meetings, the more it offends me. I have no problem … read more

Hobby Lobby and the First Amendment

By Martha Myre
A lot of discussion was generated on Facebook recently after I posted a story about Hobby Lobby. Hobby Lobby evidently pays a beginning wage that is 93% higher than the federally… read more

World Hunger, MSNBC, Mitt Romney, and Socialism

By Shane Raynor
I get my daily news from a number of sources, mostly online, and as I’m reading I often come across stories that don’t necessarily warrant a blog post, but do raise… read more

Academic Freedom Laws

By Mike Poteet
Legislating Academic Freedom As public schools across the United States begin a new year, many people are paying attention to science classes. Several states have recently seen… read more

Businesses, Boycotts, and Bullies

By Shane Raynor
A few years ago, a group organized a boycott of Taco Bell because they felt that the corporation wasn’t paying a fair price for tomatoes. They maintained that this was… read more

Gun Control: A Biblical and Theological Case

By Matthew L. Kelley
The issue of gun control in the United States is once again at the forefront of our national conversation due to last month’s school shooting in Newtown… read more
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