Gosnell, Law, and Modest First Steps
Christopher O. Tollefsen, Public Discourse

The Gosnell case shows us that a society’s laws teach, and if they teach a lesson of injustice they will corrupt its people over time. Indeed, contemporary abortion jurisprudence undermines the very notion of natural rights and constitutional government.

Was Jesus religious enough for HHS mandate?
Terry Mattingly, Patheos

When describing how his disciples should serve the needy, Jesus told a parable about a Good Samaritan who rescued a traveler who had been robbed and left for dead. This businessman didn’t care that his act of kindness took place in public and that the injured man didn’t share his faith.

The Feminist, Pro-Father, and Pro-Child Case against No-Fault Divorce
Ashley McGuire, Public Discourse

No-fault divorce hurts women, men, and children. So why is it still legal?

Nigeria Declares Emergency Rule as Christians Debate Amnesty for Boko Haram Islamists
Sunday Oguntola, Christianity Today

Nigerian Protestants and Catholics are largely divided over a government proposal to grant amnesty to members of Boko Haram, the violent Islamist sect whose attacks and suicide bombings have killed more than 4,000 people and destroyed hundreds of churches in northern Nigeria since 2009.