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Clyde Kirby's Resolutions for Cultivating Joy

For the last couple of months I’ve had the pleasure of reading through John Piper’s The Pleasures of God (Multnomah, 1991) with some friends from church. 839 more words



Sociologist Christian Smith–a believing scholar at Notre Dame, formerly at UNC–has spent most of his career systematically surveying American religious beliefs.  A prolific author, he is perhaps best known for his 2005 book (coauthored with Melinda L. 726 more words

Faith And History

"A Revolutionary Committee": Time For Some Candor From The Supreme Court

In most of the cases it decides, the Supreme Court is what it presents itself as: a court of law. The justices apply preexisting rules and standards set forth, for example, in the Constitution and statutes passed by Congress, to a dizzying array of human and institutional behaviors. 808 more words


Two Fangirls on the Loose

The updates, anecdotes, and photographs of my journey across the United States are now not only severely backlogged, but wildly out of sequence. But I had to post about yesterday’s adventures quickly, because they are enormously relevant to… 584 more words


Obama Administration Changing Birth Control Mandate Exemption After Court Loss

Tuesday evening, senior Obama Administration officials said that since they lost in the Supreme Court ruling about the contraception mandate, the Administration will release a revamped religious exemption for Obamacare’s mandate to provide contraceptives to employees at no cost.


Illinois college part of changes to Obamacare contraception mandate

(CNN) — The Obama administration announced revisions to the Obamacare contraception mandate so that nonprofit religious organizations can opt out of signing a release form to avoid covering birth control and workers for those nonprofits are able to obtain separate contraception coverage without a copay. 369 more words


Wheaton College interperting the White House offering them a way out of providing contraception coverage as permission for a third party to offer birth control is kind of cultish like. 152 more words

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