Conversations about abortion often overlook or ignore the stories of people who have experienced them. Rather than dividing into ‘pro-choice’ or ‘pro-life’ camps, a ‘pro-voice’ perspective offers another path.
The leaked SCOTUS opinion that would overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’ shocked supporters of reproductive health care last week. There are other implications that need to be considered, too.
The U.S. Department of Interior released on May 11 a report of its initial findings on the Federal Indian Boarding School System that operated from around 1819 to 1969. Religious organizations had significant involvement in the system.
Trinity Sunday, June 12 this year, is the one Sunday set aside for the preaching of arguably the most important and most arduous doctrine in the Christian faith. So, how does one preach on the Trinity?
A bird nest in the garage has revealed a number of unexpected dilemmas. It recalls the various moral and ethical quandaries we face when trying to determine the best course of action.
Why there is waning church attendance has been the topic of conversation for at least the past 25 years. You likely know about the so-called “dones” and “nones,” but have you heard of the “umms”?
Generations of sincere people have abused and misused the fourth beatitude of the Sermon on the Mount. We must consider two key terms, “righteousness” and “justice,” to interpret it rightly.
Many Americanized Christians seem more concerned about narrow political goals than about emulating the life and teachings of Jesus. All of this is being done under the guise of “Christian values.”
Working for justice often requires upsetting the norms, but it also requires rearranging systematic practices that violate human rights. A Sierra Leonean proverb provides helpful guidance in this work.
Labels can be useful, but they can also be misleading and even harmful. Here is why you should be leery about labels.
While it has been nearly 50 years of political bickering since the ‘Roe v. Wade’ decision, the children caught in the middle often don’t get a say. Here is part of my story and experience.
Is there a Constitutional right to privacy? It depends on who you ask. While this right is the basis for many Supreme Court decisions, many “originalists” do not believe such a right is guaranteed by the Constitution.
To see a woman’s lifelong dream come to fruition in historic and important ways leaves one feeling empowered and full to the brim of curiosity of what can happen when you see yourself represented in spaces not created for you.
Humans have not done well in extending to women the right to privacy. Instead, we’ve held their feelings, experiences and decisions up for public scrutiny. It’s time for that to change.
Many evangelicals in the U.S. have cast aside truthfulness, character and compassion for political expediency. It is baffling what those who claim a high allegiance to biblical truth will now accommodate and advance.
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