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Mark Tooley
Prez, Institute on Religion & Democracy , Editor, PROVIDENCE: JOURNAL OF CHRISTIANITY & AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY , author
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Bryan McGraw 20h
Slopes aren't slippery, they said.
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Historiography & contemporary cultural commentary on Evangelicalism focus almost exclusively on Reformed/Baptist world while often ignoring larger Wesleyan/Methodist/Pentecostal world
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Robertson is just one of many Americans, right & left, secular & religious, who invest USA elections w/cosmological import.
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Consistent ethic of life of course opposes euthanasia especially for children.
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Churches may’ve gone overboard on WWI but it wasn’t “unjust cause” & was considerably more than “falling-out between cousins.”
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Sadly there’s no church to join where human mendacity & confusion can be escaped. Nearly same struggles & battles are everywhere where there are people.
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Christian Nikolaus Braun Oct 21
Very interesting and, I think, accurate assessment of Pope Francis's recent remarks on in by Fr Drew Christiansen. via
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Churches may’ve gone overboard on WWI but it wasn’t “unjust cause” & was considerably more than “falling-out between cousins.”
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Providence Oct 21
Pope Francis and the Problem of War in “Fratelli Tutti” – via
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IDC Oct 21
“The issue of US-Turkey relations, in light of its increasingly aggressive posture on the world stage, should be a topic squarely addressed on Thursday’s presidential debate, on the national stage.” -IDC’s and
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Sadly there’s no church to join where human mendacity & confusion can be escaped. Nearly same struggles & battles are everywhere where there are people.
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Consistent ethic of life of course opposes euthanasia especially for children.
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Rich Ghazal Oct 21
Honored to join on this important piece in underscoring Turkey's expansionist vision, and its current victims.
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Providence Oct 21
What does VanDrunen get right and wrong in “Politics after Christendom”? , & Jennifer Patterson discuss:
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Stephen White Oct 21
Every so often someone insists that restating the Catholic Church's teaching on homosexuality is unnecessary because "everyone know what the Church teaches." Days like today would seem to undercut that argument.
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Ryan T. Anderson Oct 21
Replying to @McCormickProf
Before flipping out about Pope Francis's comments seek to understand them in full context (which we don't currently have). Notorious progressive (and Sherif Girgis and I) have all proposed something like "civil unions" for non-married people
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Providence Oct 21
In their final presidential debate, Donald Trump and Joe Biden should address US-Turkey relations and Erdoğan’s increasingly aggressive posture – via
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Robertson is just one of many Americans, right & left, secular & religious, who invest USA elections w/cosmological import.
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Mark Tooley Oct 21
Historiography & contemporary cultural commentary on Evangelicalism focus almost exclusively on Reformed/Baptist world while often ignoring larger Wesleyan/Methodist/Pentecostal world
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Steven M. Howard Oct 21
"Imagine a Germany that not only denied the Holocaust, but continued to discriminate against its Jewish citizens, while supporting antisemitic militias globally." - and I write for
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