‘The Weightier Provisions of the Law’
Rob Schwarzwalder, The Gospel Coalition
Finding a course where principle can wed with effective if incomplete action is the holy grail of evangelical political engagement.
Physician Assisted Suicide and the Orthodox Church
Metropolitan Methodios, Fr. Peter Michael Preble’s Blog
For centuries now, all doctors take the Hippocratic Oath promising to practice medicine ethically and honestly, never doing harm to a patient. This proposed law would be impossible to control, and would have serious societal ramifications.
Christianity isn’t dying, cultural Christianity is
Ed Stetzer, Baptist Press
Christian nominalism is nothing new. As soon as any belief system is broadly held, people are motivated to adopt it, even with a low level of connection.
How the Supreme Court Stacked the Deck Against Economic Liberty
Damon W. Root, Reason
A federal price-fixing case highlights the judiciary’s troubling deference to government regulation.