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Humanity in the dock

Giles Frasier reflects on the death Jordanian pilot Lieutenant Muadh al-Kasasbeh at the hands of the Islamic State and recalls how saints like Thomas More once sent men

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Oscar Romero, martyr

Canon C. K. Robertson says that Vatican recognition of Oscar Romero a holy martyr is significant for Episcopalians as well as Roman Catholics. Huffington Post: It

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Sorry. Not buying it.

By protecting people who would discriminate anyway, Bishop Gene Robinson says that any proposal to build in a ‘religious exemption’ to civil rights legislation for

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Modernizing Islam

Kevin Madigan of the Harvard Divinity School says Christians should not assume that there is something about Islam that is intrinsically violent, anti-Semitic and anti-modern. After all,

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