Published September 16, 2010
As Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, approaches, I ask myself and others whether or not we are brave enough to be forgiving.
Published September 08, 2010
Like him or not, the president has been consistent in his efforts to reach people where they are.
Published September 02, 2010
While no soldier should be forced to fight a battle which they deem to be immoral, neither can soldiers make such decisions for themselves independent of some real consequences.
Published August 19, 2010
In a culture increasingly unable to distinguish between available data and reliable information, more and more Americans will think themselves justified in holding beliefs which have no basis in fact.
Published August 13, 2010
The successful spiritual journey is a natural outgrowth of asking ourselves where we need to be, where we are most likely to fulfill whatever it is we understand to be our life's purpose. And you don't need to leave home to experience it.
Published June 25, 2010
In learning to remember the Korean War, we teach ourselves that people matter most and that the events of their lives should be recalled because we care about the people who lived them.
Published June 20, 2010
Three lessons in fathering from the biblical fathers.
Published June 18, 2010
While I’m opposed to the death penalty, once the citizens of a state have agreed to permit it, I am entirely supportive of implementing it by firing squad.
Published June 07, 2010
The problem with Thomas’ comments is that they reflect either a hatred which skews her understanding of reality, or the thinking of an aging mind no longer up to the task of interpreting complex events in the contemporary world.
Published May 13, 2010
President Obama seems to be sending a clear message that religious identity is relatively unimportant, at least when compared to gender identity, for today's Supreme Court.