Why I Hate Sanctity of Human Life Sunday (and Why I Love It Too)
Russell D. Moore

As we approach next week’s fortieth anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, churches in my tradition will observe Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. I hate that we have to. Let me explain why.

America’s Religious Heritage is not a “Patchwork,” Mr. President
Rob Schwarzwalder, FRC Blog

In today’s proclamation concerning “Religious Freedom Day,” President Obama refers to America’s religious heritage as a “patchwork.”This is revisionism, a conscious dilution of the historical record.

Egyptian court sentences Christian family to 15 years for converting from Islam
Benjamin Weinthal, Fox News

The 15-year prison sentence given to a woman and her seven children by an Egyptian court for converting to Christianity is a sign of things to come, according to alarmed human rights advocates who say the nation’s Islamist government is bad news for Christians in the North African country.

Wendell Berry’s Epic Slanderfest: Opponents of Same-Sex Marriage Are “Perverts,” Guilty of “The Lowest Form of Hatred”
Timothy Dalrymple, Philosophical Fragments

In case you were wondering, those who defend traditional marriage and oppose same-sex marriage are continuing the tradition of those who slaughtered the Jews and the Native Americans. They’re also perverts who are trying to theocratize America. According, at least, to Wendell Berry.