I've been told that I am obviously not a Christian because I watch movies. Because I believe women can be pastors. Because I don't take Mass in a Catholic church. Because I've read Brian McLaren and N.T. Wright. Because I voted for Obama. Because I am not a Calvinist.
According to Robert Pear's recent article in The New York Times ("Coverage Now for Sick Children?
On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed into law the most comprehensive health reform legislation in decades.
So my son came home from kindergarten on Friday all ravenous and hungry like he always is. No snacks in school so he is always a raving lunatic looking for a cookie after school.
I get asked often how I can stay in the crazy business of trying to change and shape public policy.
Sometimes, the timing of events seems almost providential.
Given Glenn Beck's threat that "the hammer is coming," I have been keeping my eyes and ears open to see and hear what attacks he might next make on us or the growing movement of Christians who share with us the call to
The health-care struggle culminating in Sunday's vote brought out the best and the worst of legislators' and citizens' behavior.