Catholic hospital can’t fire doctor for violating morality: Court

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PowerLinks 02.22.19

Why Religious Freedom Matters Alan Sears, Townhall Those who founded this country understood intuitively the priority of giving each person elbow room to seek God, profess faith, and live out his or her deepest convictions. Continue Reading...

The ‘evil’ unleashed by Abp. Justin Welby

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has denounced an increasingly prevalent working relationship as “evil.” However, a new report shows the condition he abjured as immoral has been exacerbated by another economic practice that he favors and advocates – that is, by the archbishop’s standards, his fiscal advice inadvertently increases “evil.” Archbishop Welby made headlines last October for a speech in which he excoriated Amazon for not paying a “real living wage” and calling zero-hour contracts “an ancient evil.” As it turned out, Church of England parishes offered zero-hour contracts and jobs that paid less than the living wage, both directly and indirectly through their significant investments in Amazon. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 02.21.19

Must the president be a moral leader? Michael Blake, The Conversation If someone is good at the difficult job of political leadership, must they demonstrate exceptional moral character as well? What Would the Impartial Spectator Do? Continue Reading...