Rape, Conception, and God: Why Mourdock Was Right
Christopher O. Tollefsen, Public Discourse
Richard Mourdock’s comment didn’t imply that God wills rape; instead, it reminds us that God wills a great good in the coming-to-be of any human life, regardless of the evil circumstances surrounding its conception.
‘The Weightier Provisions of the Law’
Rob Schwarzwalder, The Gospel Coalition
Finding a course where principle can wed with effective if incomplete action is the holy grail of evangelical political engagement.
The Black Catholic Dilemma: How Would Jesus Vote?
Angela P. Dodson, New American Media
Black Catholics confront a moral dilemma in the upcoming presidential election: vote with their church or vote with the party that they have long preferred to keep the first African-American president in office four more years.
Nurses Set to Oppose Assisted Suicide
Wesley J. Smith, Human Exceptionalism
The American Nursing Association has a draft opinion out reiterating its opposition to euthanasia and assisted suicide.