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The blessing of terror-free routine

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Terrorism | Looking out the window of the morning commuter train as we pulled toward Jamaica Station in Queens, N.Y., I watched, as I often do, the streets slowly coming…

The refugee crisis conundrum

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Refugees | The refugee crisis in Europe and the proper American response to it is a conundrum. And anyone who suggests what we should do without recognizing the…

Take down of a liberal icon

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Higher Education | College and university campuses from Claremont McKenna on the West Coast to Yale in the Northeast are astir with protests over what some students feel is…

Sen. Rubio, we need better philosophy

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Campaign 2016 | Philosophy took a hit on the GOP presidential debate stage last week. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas accused the Federal Reserve of being run by “philosopher…

Sex and the City of Man

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Sexuality | Christians, as citizens of the kingdom of God, are wrestling with how to live as citizens of progressive America. Michael Gerson and Peter Wehner, both of…

Decent people in politics

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Campaign 2016 | As the Republican race for the White House is illustrating, “Politics ain’t bean-bag.” Thankfully, in this country, it’s not a contact sport either.

Living with Christians

Living with Christians

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Religion | Today is Reformation Day, and it is an important day because Christianity is a faith. And it’s a faith because it’s about what Christ does, not about what…

Hillary Clinton wants your guns

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Gun Rights | This side of the first Democratic presidential candidate debate, it is clear now that Hillary Clinton likely will be the Democratic nominee. And given the…

Voters are still looking for hope

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Campaign 2016 | There’s no incumbent in the 2016 race for the White House, so it’s a jump ball in both political parties. The surprises on both sides have been the clamor…

Another mass shooting

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Shooting | It was a couple of days before we could piece together the details surrounding the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore.: the…

Ben Carson’s political religion

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Campaign 2016 | In C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe , Susan asks Mr. Beaver if Aslan, the great Lion, is safe. “’Course he isn’t safe,” answers…

The Trump enigma

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Campaign 2016 | Donald Trump is an enigma wrapped inside the mystery of why so many potential Republican primary voters, including evangelicals, support him. If he were just…

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