Our First Right: Religious Liberty
Charles J. Chaput, Public Discourse

America’s founding documents assume an implicitly religious anthropology—an idea of human nature, nature’s God, and natural rights—that many of our leaders no longer share. Adapted from testimony submitted to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

Many Unitarians would prefer that their polyamory activists keep quiet
Lisa Miller, Washington Post

Within the ranks of the UUA over the past few years, there has been some quiet unrest concerning a small but activist group that vociferously supports polyamory.

Ideology, Not Science, Behind Redefining Marriage
Kayla Griesemer and Ryan T. Anderson, The Foundry

Severe flaws and limitations exist in the scientific research into the relatively new phenomenon of same-sex parenting, argue preeminent political scientists Leon R. Kass and Harvey C. Mansfield in a brief filed with the Supreme Court by Nelson Lund.

Did Mainline Christianity Win in the End?
John Turner, First Things

Liberal Protestants may have ultimately lost the battle for membership, but they won the larger cultural struggle.