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July 3, 2014 at 6:04 AM

Hobby Lobby decision a step closer to establishing Christian church as official U.S. religion

Before the movie “Mary Poppins” came out the longest word in the English language was supposedly “antidisestablishmentarianism.” The word was coined in the middle of a heated political fight in Britain over the “established church,” namely the Church of England (frequently referred to outside of the U.K. as the Anglican Church). Not surprisingly, a lot of people…


Comments | More in Health | Topics: Christianity, conservatives, Hobby Lobby

April 11, 2014 at 6:03 AM

Christians aren’t only concerned about abortion and homosexuality

Leonard Pitts writes as if there is only one major brand of Christianity in this country — one that he describes as conservatism [“Christianity the last to get it right,” Opinion, April 6]. Does he not realize that there also is a large segment of progressive Christians in this country who are committed to…


Comments | Topics: abortion, Christianity, gay marriage

April 1, 2014 at 6:04 AM

World Vision: The organizations’ ‘Komen’ moment

Shame on World Vision for selling its soul to the hypocritical Christian bigots with money [“World Vision’s reversal on marriage policy for gay workers is start of a conversation,” Opinion Northwest, March 28]. I have always looked upon it positively until now. The golden rule should have remained in place treating married gay couples…


Comments | More in Gay marriage | Topics: Christianity, Julia Wood, World Vision

February 19, 2014 at 11:52 AM

Religion vs. science: It’s not so black and white

With her broad brush, syndicated columnist Ann McFeatters paints me and my fellow Christians to be either black or white on matters of science and religion [“In American politics, it’s still science vs. religion,” Opinion, Feb. 14]. Too bad Ann, but the Christian world is filled with all colors in between and is…


Comments | More in Christianity, Science | Topics: Ann McFeatters, Christianity, God