In the 1990s, I taught history and theology at an evangelical college, a place where the students were serious young Christians.
I gave up fear for Lent. That seemed like a good and perhaps even holy idea at the time.
The health-care struggle culminating in Sunday's vote brought out the best and the worst of legislators' and citizens' behavior.
Imagine a prison where an inmate asks to stay an extra two weeks beyond his release date.
Imagine for a minute the fallout were a Muslim high school in America to choose for its mascot "the Jihadists."
In that light, how do you think Muslims (or Jews) view Christian schools whose mascot is "the Crusaders?"
Evidence of Sen. Ted Kennedy's bipartisan bridge-building: On Oct. 3, 1983, he addressed Rev.
Audio of the 911 call that brought Sgt. James Crowley to the home of Henry Louis Gates Jr.