Kevin D. Paulson
Kevin Paulson is a much-published author, editor, and minister of religion. He writes from Berrien Springs, Michigan.
The act of a madman, religious fanatic, or a terrorist?
Case study of religious accommodation initiatives in Mississippi and North Carolina.
Liberty of conscience and the unchanging papacy.
The late novelist Gore Vidal spoke of America once as “the United States of Amnesia.” This condition was highlighted all too painfully by the response of many conservative Christians to a remark made by President Obama during the National Prayer Breakfast on February 5, 2015.
True liberty must protect both the right to freely adhere to religious tenets and the right to freely deny them.
People with strong convictions of any kind often function best when believing themselves under siege. So long as it is believed that contemporary trends...
Equal protection under American law is not only for persons holding to a religiously conservative worldview.
Is this truly an open-and-shut, blatant case of theological compromise for the sake of political power?
How the christian quest for temporal power turns thoughtful minds from the biblical worldview.
What happens when biblical absolutes become politically inconvenient?
On July 15, 2011, with political headlines dominated by negotiations over the U.S. debt ceiling, another political story caught the nation’s notice....
Listening to leaders of the Religious Right in the U.S., one might conclude that Christian dominance of the civil government is a biblical demand. But a careful review of both Scripture and church history reveals that this belief entered Christian theology some time after the Bible was written.
The 2008 presidential season is not only starting earlier than any in U.S. history; it is also setting a new record for the raising of issues that are...
In a speech to the Notre Dame student body during the 1984 U.S. presidential campaign, New York governor Mario Cuomo addressed the issue of...