Tolerance and Reciprocity
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
Tolerance of wrong-doing is freely given; it is an act of graciousness, and not the paying of a debt. Therefore it rests with the offender, at the very least, to refrain from aggravating the burden of tolerance.
The Far Less Sensational Truth about Jesus’ ‘Wife’
Michael J. Kruger, The Gospel Coalition
Just as the dust had settled from the discovery of the Gospel of Judas, a new discovery has now reopened all these questions.
Anglican Bishops Against Free Speech
David Mills, First Things
Four Anglican bishops serving in northeastern Africa and Cyprus have written the United Nations asking that “an international declaration be negotiated that outlaws the intentional and deliberate insulting or defamation of persons (such as prophets), symbols, texts and constructs of belief deemed holy by people of faith.”
Why Christian Pacifism Is Inconsequential to Real World
Keith Pavlischek, Institute on Religion & Democracy
So, what does a pacifist do if he wants to get a serious hearing in the “halls of power?” Over the past several decades Christian pacifists have tried to come to grips with this problem.