Voting According to Catholic Principles, Not Partisan Politics
Arland K. Nichols, Crisis

How do we cut through the rhetoric so that we might become aware of and guided by Catholic principles and priorities? In answering this, we must be aware that it is virtually impossible to address election related matters without being accused of partisanship.

Thinking Like Jesus
R.C. Sproul, Tabletalk

Yes, Adam had a keen mind before the fall. But I believe the world has never experienced such sound thinking as was manifested in the mind of Christ.

Presbyterian Caucus Reacts to Anti-Israel Mainline Protestant Congressional Appeal Against Israel
Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism

Recently denominational officials representing much of Mainline Protestantism, but not including the Episcopal Church, wrote a joint letter to the U.S. Congress exclusively blaming Israel for the absence of Mideast peace and strongly suggesting the U.S. should cuts military aid to Israel.

Virginia bill targets sex-selective abortions
David Sherfinski, Washington Times

A Virginia lawmaker has introduced a bill to ban abortions based on the sex of the fetus after a Republican effort in the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this year to force Democrats into an uncomfortable vote on whether to criminalize the practice of so-called “sex-selective abortion.”