The news often numbs. Not always.
The President of the United States is an interesting theologian.
Nine years as chaplain of an 800 bed state mental hospital taught me that one can be mentally ill and highly intelligent.
This year, Europe's Jews enter Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year, with a degree of apprehension I have not known in my lifetime.
In the name of a false notion of peace, they preached moral equivalence.
The evils of political medicine and medical politics are, right now, plain to see.
For many years in America, the state basically kept its original promise to protect all religions and not to become a rival to them, a fake church. That is no longer the case.
"He who pays the piper calls the tune" is a saying based on the Scottish custom of having the lord of the manor choose the music for which he was paying.
On June 20, Pope Francis spoke to a conference in Rome on international religious liberty and the global clash of values.
The year 1979 marked the beginning of the end for communism.