Black Death’s HometownOctober 15, 2019 ·
The great trek to Vegas for CSICon starts tomorrow, so the publication of the Heresy for the rest of the week is, shall we say, in question. We’ll see how the week goes. Yesterday, I knew only of the press release announcing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s speech, “Being a Christian Leader.” Today, we see …
They’ll Be BlowingOctober 14, 2019 ·
I was sick on Friday, so of course that’s when a slew of church-state news has to pile up. For example, the Attorney General of the United States, William Barr, went to the University of Notre Dame and said this: The campaign to destroy the traditional moral order has coincided and I believe has brought …
What Gorsuch Giveth…October 10, 2019 ·
…Gorsuch will almost certainly taketh away. This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a series of cases all focused on one particular issue – does Title VII of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibit employment discrimination against the LGBT community? Like many cases that come before the Supreme Court bench, there’s …
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