The Church of England and Moral Hazard
Betsy Childs, First Things

Certainly, ministers should be allowed to hold political views and to speak about them. But the Church of England needs to give careful thought to the kind of moral hazards that can arise from behavior like Sizer’s.

The Incomprehensibility of Sin: A Problem for Apologetics
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute

Following the lead of Holy Scripture, the Church has consistently proclaimed that Christ is victorious over three enemies: Sin, Death, and Satan. All three, alas, pose special difficulties for those outside the Christian faith we are proposing to them.

Africans to Westerners at synod: We’ve got our own problems
Inés San Martín, Crux

During the Oct. 5-19 Synod of Bishops on the family, many of the biggest surprises are coming from the African continent, where the challenges vary greatly from those of Europe and the US.

China’s One-Child Policy: Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Must Work Together to End Forced Abortion and Gendercide
Reggie Littlejohn, Public Discourse

Forced abortion and gendercide are not pro-life or pro-choice issues. They are human rights issues.