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Another attempt to bring out the two most critical points in the abortion debate

A month or two ago Ireland made a stride towards legal abortion, and the US made a stride in the opposite direction. Abortion is always on the political table though. 2,383 more words


It is only through our relationship with other persons that we ourselves become fully personal. The early Christians used to say Unus Christianus, nullus Christianus…

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Recovering Our Trinitarian Theurgical Grammar

“One reason why we Christians argue so much about which hymn to sing, which liturgy to follow, which way to worship is that the commandments teach us to believe that bad liturgy eventually leads to bad ethics.

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Deal W. Hudson
July 1, 2008

Infanticide is becoming a touchy subject for Barack Obama. So much so that his supporters either deny that their candidate ever voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, or they describe his votes as “procedural,” as if Obama never really opposed providing medical treatment for infants who survived an abortion. 765 more words


A Warning to the GOP

Deal W. Hudson
November 24, 2008

In an op-ed published after the election, former Governor of New Jersey¬†Christine Todd Whitman¬†wrote, “Unless the Republican Party ends its self-imposed captivity to social fundamentalists, it will spend a long time in the political wilderness.” 726 more words


Ireland's Choice

Two weeks ago, the Irish people voted to repeal the 8th Amendment to their Constitution which protected the lives of unborn babies and recognized their right to life. 1,888 more words