Obama’s Conflicted Faith

Is Barack Obama a Christian? His answer has consistently been, “Yes,” yet his critics continue to doubt his veracity. I…

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Condescension and Religion

I used to think the mocking expression Nyeah, Nyeah children repeat in a lilting chant was an English language phenomenon,…

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Efficiency is Not a Dirty Word

The company’s Chief Accounting Officer (CAO) was livid. The young engineer had the gall to question the need for a…

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Overcoming Black Poverty

The other evening I watched a talk-show debate between two Black analysts on the problem of poverty among inner city…

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The Power of Precedent

In 1894 Sam Walter Foss composed an allegory in verse. It begins centuries ago with a calf wobbling through the…

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What Has Happened To America?

Many people are asking what has happened to our country. The question is occasioned both by the growing number of…

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“I am Charlie?” Really?

After the French magazine Charlie Hebdo ran a series of cartoons satirizing Mohammed, the Koran, and Islamic religious leaders, Islamic…

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Politicians vs The Rule of Law

In Greek mythology, Pandora received a beautiful jar as a wedding present from the gods. With it came the command…

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Mary and The Christian Faithful

Over the centuries Catholics’ regard for Mary has sometimes verged on worship. Although mainly true of the uneducated, excessive veneration…

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The Denigration of Women, Part II

After illustrating the historical denigration of women from ancient times in virtually every culture and religion, Part I of this essay ended with this sentence: What can be done to correct this historic injustice? In this essay, I will focus on the questions the issue raises for Christians, more specifically for Catholics, whose Church is […]

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