Christianity/Bible/Natural Law

Grounding Our Right to Religious Freedom

Grounding Our Right to Religious Freedom

By John Biver

From Joshua Schulz at the Witherspoon Institute: Our right to religious freedom is best grounded in the universal duty to seek ultimate truth, and not in human autonomy. Do rights protect autonomy or duties?…

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Just Christians: On Homosexuality & Christian Identity

Just Christians: On Homosexuality & Christian Identity

By John Biver

An editorial from Touchstone Magazine: In homosexuality’s assault on the beliefs of churches that once unanimously identified it as sexual perversion—sodomy being “the abominable and detestable crime against nature”—its most potent weapon has been…

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Atheism and the First Amendment

Atheism and the First Amendment

By John Biver

It’s time for another American Thinker day here at Dispatches. First up, from Tom Trinko:  The First Amendment states the following: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the…

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Pagans in the Pulpits and Pews

Pagans in the Pulpits and Pews

By John Biver

From Bill Muehlenberg: Jesus made it quite clear who is a true shepherd: “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the…

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