Along the way to church foreclosure/divestment lurk a number of thoroughly unpleasant questions. The less they’re addressed over time, the greater the chance of catastrophe. But if we find ourselves asking them, it may mean we’re in slow-burn mode.
Day: August 22, 2012
After all, if you really believe that abortion is the taking of a human life, then it’s hard to suggest that there is any rationalization for it at all. While ethically consistent, this belief is rare in the United States. Even among those who oppose abortion, most people support exceptions for rape and incest. It’s hard for a politician who firmly opposes abortion to square this.
The Alban Institute has an article by David Edman Gray on our seemingly never ending struggle to balance “work” and “life”:
The gospel story offers a challenging and competing paradigm to the claims of power and money.
The Logan Daily News writes a story on a small Ohio church that was destroyed by fire: