Kasper versus Kasper
Samuel Gregg, Crisis Magazine
Book-tours can be risky affairs. There’s always the chance you’ll say something during your tenth radio interview of the day which you retrospectively wish you’d phrased differently. Then there’s the possibility you’ll play up to a live audience and make some truly imprudent comments.
U.S. Jews vs. U.S. Christianity
Dennis Prager, Jewish Journal
It’s not something that Americans mention in public. And it may not even be something many note in private. But a Jew writing in a Jewish journal ought to point out a fact that, no matter how much ignored, is significant.
Sudan judge sentences Christian woman to death
Sydney Morning Herald
A Sudanese judge on Thursday sentenced a Christian woman to hang for apostasy, despite appeals by Western embassies for compassion and respect for religious freedom.
The Discipline of Matrimony in the Orthodox Church
Metropolitan Jonah, Juicy Ecumenism
In the Orthodox Church the sacrament of Holy Matrimony is seen as an ascetic discipline. Matrimony is one of the two paths given and sanctified by the Church as a means of working out one’s salvation; the other is monasticism.