Today’s Buzz covers same-sex marriage in Philadelphia, a possible homage to Satan in Oklahoma, and Democrats in Whole Foods (versus Republicans in Costco)!
In a recent appearance on Meet the Press, New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, who until recently was head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, shared his views about what he believed was the primary problem confronting the Roman Catholic Church – “we’ve been out-marketed.” Dolan says that while the Catholic Church does not favor same-sex marriage, its leaders are tired of being characterized as “anti-gay” rather than “pro-traditional marriage.”
Today’s Buzz covers #GivingTuesday, futuristic delivery drones, and Archbishop Timothy Dolan’s latest comments on the Catholic Church.
Today’s Buzz covers immigration reform, evidence of ancient women priests, and a minister’s suspension for officiating his son’s same-sex wedding.
Today’s Buzz covers prison meals, speed-faithing and 2013′s word of the year!
Today’s Buzz covers the challenges facing religiously unaffiliated candidates in American politics today, as well as China’s move to relax its one-child policy and a new poll showing American voters are angrier than ever!
Libertarians, the Tea Party and White Evangelicals on Abortion, Same-Sex Marriage and Physician-Assisted Suicide[11.14.2013]
Libertarians are a unique political group. While their political behavior suggests a strongly conservative worldview, when it comes to social issues – including access to abortion, physician-assisted suicide and marijuana legalization – libertarians stand apart from other key conservative constituencies.
Today’s Buzz covers the status of same-sex marriage in Illinois, a Supreme Court case on the separation of church and state, and Marvel’s first Muslim superhero!
Today’s Morning Buzz covers food stamp cuts, questions about Obamacare and abortions, and the dropping number of parents home-schooling for religious reasons!
Neil King Jr.’s latest for The Wall Street Journal, “Evangelical Leader Preaches Pullback from Politics, Culture Wars,” explores efforts by the Southern Baptist Convention’s Russell Moore to encourage evangelicals to tone down their rhetoric on hot-button social issues.