Posts Tagged “thin red line”
It is well, really well is a post from: Ray OrtlundIt is well, really well is a post from: Ray Ortlund
I never get a chance to look at stories about libertarianism and religion because, frankly, there aren’t that many of them. But the Washington Post had a story that joined these two topics and it was actually really good. Good stories about libertarianism and religion are even rarer to find
When blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng made a daring escape from house arrest this spring and found refuge in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, he instantly became a popular hero in the West and a rallying point for human rights activists everywhere.
A Messianic Jewish congregation leader whose son was almost killed by a bomb planted by an ultra-right wing Jew said he feels like the Israeli criminal justice system has abandoned him.
The ability to infer the thoughts and feelings of other people is called “mentalizing” and it appears to play an important role in religious belief, according to researchers
The case involving the affair between former Democratic Senator John Edwards and his mistress, Rielle Hunter, may be far from over. On Thursday the trial’s presiding judge declared a mistrial after the jury informed the court that they were deadlocked on five counts but found him not guilty on one count.
Chen Guangcheng expresses optimism tempered with realism about China