The Dying and Rising of Jesus
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute
Whereas early Apostolic testimony, the letters of St. Paul, and the Synoptic sources normally speak of Christ’s Resurrection as the act of the Father, the event itself—the noun—is invariably the Resurrection of Christ.
9 Things You Should Know About Surrogacy
Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition
Last week, the issue of surrogacy returned to the news when Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal vetoed legislation allowing for legal surrogacy births. Here are nine things you should know about surrogacy.
An honest assessment of the Southern Baptist Convention
Jacob Lupfer, Religion News Service
SBC leaders are pleased that the convention is having a robust debate about the doctrines of salvation and not, like many other Protestant bodies, about same-sex marriage and LGBT issues.
A Lethal Legacy: Hurricane Katrina and the Indignity of Euthanasia
Christopher White, Public Discourse
A new book tells the harrowing story of Memorial Medical Center, where some physicians took the lives of their patients during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Marriage Takes a Beating
Kenneth D. Whitehead, Crisis Magazine
Traditional marriage has been taking quite a beating ever since the U.S. Supreme Court, in its Windsor case handed down in June 2013, ruled that same-sex unions must be considered true marriages wherever they have been legally enacted as such, whether by legislative action, court action, or referendum.