On Monday night human rights advocate, Charlene Strong, spoke to more than 100 Gonzaga University students about domestic partnerships, discrimination and homosexuality.Read More »
During a recent debate, Richard Mourdock, the Republican Senate candidate from Indiana, explained his opposition to abortion even in cases of rape as follows:
“I’ve struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is a gift from God. And, I think, even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”Read More »
Nearly nine in 10 Muslim American voters pulled the lever for the Democratic candidate in the last two presidential elections, partly because of Republican policies and rhetoric that many considered anti-Muslim. In 2008, they also thought President Obama would usher in an era in which Muslims would be more accepted at home, and relations between America and the Islamic world would see improvement.Read More »
The Rev. Martin Elfert, of St. John's Cathedral, admits he's always dreamed of being the next Ann Landers.
That is, he's always wanted to write an advice column — only from a theological perspective.Read More »
Over the weekend residents heard from a Quaker lobbyist about the importance of cutting military spending.Read More »
When I vote for someone to lead the most influential, powerful, richest, war-possible countries on the planet, I want to know who, what and where they they worship because it influences and shapes their moral compass.Read More »