No divine guarantee for any country

Cardinal George compares U.S. law to Sharia

The following comes from a Sept. 10 by Michael W. Chapman on CNSNews. Cardinal Francis George, head of the Catholic archdiocese of Chicago, said the levers of power in government, education, entertainment, and media are enforcing a “public creed,” a “fake church” that requires all citizens to approve of gay marriage and related sexual anomalies or be punished by the State, … [Read more...]

Feelings, nothing more than feelings

Culture is moving away from born-that-way narrative

The following comes from a June 18 posting on Ask a group of people today—especially high school and college students—what makes them them, and you’ll likely get as many responses as respondents. They may say, “I am what my genes make me,” or maybe “I am what I experience,” or “I am what I choose.” And soon, you’ll notice two distinct themes emerging. … [Read more...]

‘Eat the bodies of your dead’

The following comes from a May 22 story on The zombie apocalypse is nigh! The zombie apocalypse is nigh! Well, no it isn’t. In fact, it’s probably as likely to occur as the rest of Paul Ehrlich’s predictions. Ehrlich, a Stanford University biologist famous for his widely debunked book The Population Bomb, doubled down on his climate change and … [Read more...]

Does your iPhone believe in God?

The following comes from a Jan. 14 item on the Huffington Post. My iPhone can do almost anything. But could it help me find God? An interview with Siri, the virtual assistant inside many Apple products, reveals that the spiritual teacher you've been looking for may have been in your pocket all along. After watching the excellent Spike Jonez movie, "Her," over the weekend, … [Read more...]