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The Christian Persecutory Impulse

There are many different forms of religious intolerance, and over the centuries, many faiths have been persecuted. In the Western context, however, it is the persecution of Christians, by Christians, especially in the two centuries after the Reformation, that is most important.

A Mosque Too Close?

The controversy over the so-called Ground Zero mosque in New York City in some ways demonstrates a failure of leadership.

Integral History

There are a myriad powerful forces working to push our world on to change and crisis -- a myriad interconnecting tendrils of "future shock."

Questions of Liberty

A Liberty dialog with constitutional scholar Erwin Chemerinksy.

Lawful, But Not Helpful

In the case of the Koran burning and Ground Zero mosque, the words from the apostle Paul might be worthy of some consideration. Paul wrote to the Corinthians: "All things are lawful for me, but not all things are helpful; all things are lawful for me, but not all things edify" (1 Cor 10:23).

The Black-Robed Regiment

Glenn Beck made quite an impact with his Washington rally this year. It led many to comment that he seemed to be positioning himself as a leader of the...

Europe and the Issue of Rest

On May 31, 1998, Pope John Paul II issued the apostolic letter Dies Domini (on keeping the Lord's Day holy), in which he attempted to provide a biblical...

Free Will, Predestination, and Religious Liberty

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.

Do Unto Others

Is it not strange that the descendents of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom of opinion have always proved...

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