Quote of Note #107: The Human Dignity of the Other

Lancaster County (Pennsylvania) Courthouse; photo by GAC "There was a time when we could assume that people believed in the dignity of the human person, in the sanctity of a man as a child of God. This is no longer true. Communism tells us that a man has worth only if he is a communist. … Continue reading Quote of Note #107: The Human Dignity of the Other

Quote of Note #63 — Political Tribalism and National Suicide

"What is needed is for people from both sides to agree that the political and policy divides are not our primary identities or our primary divides.  As Americans, we need to agree first on the universal dignity of all people, before we descend to the more divisive but less important debates about the prudential use … Continue reading Quote of Note #63 — Political Tribalism and National Suicide

Quote of Note #30: American Evangelicalism and Tribal Deities

"Something had gone terribly wrong with American evangelicalism, or, perhaps, I thought, it had always been wrong and I was simply seeing the problem only now.  Over the forty-three years I had been a Christian, the orientation of American evangelicals had shifted from what many theologians call the ultimate to the penultimate.  We had descended … Continue reading Quote of Note #30: American Evangelicalism and Tribal Deities