Filed Under: “Morality”

Bad people who are Christians are still Christians, no matter how that makes other Christians feel


If Christians want dialogue with people outside of the faith, they need to be willing to admit that even ‘true’ Christianity can sometimes get things wrong

Research suggests faith leaders can help religious people overcome Covid vaccine objections


While political objections are strongly correlated to vaccine hesitancy and refusal, new evidence is suggesting that moral discomfort with scientific advances may be the root cause

Liberalism bereft of moral pragmatism will never convince its critics


Realizing that there is no common ground in philosophy is the first step in finding it politically


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