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Walking through the battleground of Manassas, Virginia, conjures up visions of what happens when mutual respect breaks down in society.
This man picked a very good moment to remind me of his power.
Clinton’s critics are recycling language from the 1990s. The roots of that critique are even older.
In borrowing rituals from religion, Alain de Botton says deeper truth doesn't matter. Is that false?
A one-word change in the parable of the tax collector and the Pharisee could make a world of difference.
As a witness to evangelical political engagement since the birth of the Christian right in the late 1970s, nothing surprises me anymore.
It's not mere chance that the Pacific Northwest was spared worse destruction in the storm last week.
The consequences of this election have been dire for a long time.
When Bible ministry leader Beth Moore spoke out this week about the objectification of women, I remembered something my wife taught me.
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