Day: October 9, 2014
by Anne O. Weatherholt She is sitting near you or singing in the choir, possibly in the pew or chair in front of or behind you. He is sitting across the aisle or maybe serving as an usher. She is economically well off or perhaps she earns an average income. Maybe this is you. He […]
In early August, Ellen Bogan passed a vehicle on an Indiana road. State Trooper Brian Hamilton pulled her over. Then, as David Moye of Huffington Post reports, things got interesting.
In his latest column, Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times warns against making sweeping statements about the nature of any religion, whether it is Islam, Christianity or another faith. In an indirect way, the column calls out many of the participants in our current debate about religions persecution.
Danielle Kurtzleben of Vox writes: [D]uring the downturn and recovery, the poorest Americans upped their charitable giving. Meanwhile, the highest-income people gave less and less, the Chronicle of Philanthropy reported this week.