Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.
Though scientist Stephen Hawking said in a recent speech at Cal Tech that general relativity and quantum theory can enable us to account for the origins of the universe without positing the existence of God, the biggest obstacle to his view is philosophical or theological. The basic question over which atheists and theists have been clashing from time immemorial is: Why is there something rather than nothing?
How Lindsey Graham's position on Boston bombing poses the real threat to liberty.
Though conservative icon Russell Kirk stated that conservatism isn't a dogma or doctrine, he did outline 10 principles that distinguish it.
Conservatism is dying because it leaders act too much like the leftists whom they are supposedly battling.
It is Bill O'Reilley's recent false allegation against opponents of gay marriage that they "do nothing but thump the Bible" that accounts for why they should be upset.
Not only is "same-sex marriage" a logical impossibility; it is a threat, not to marriage, but to liberty.
The love of God and neighbor commanded by God of Christians is inseparable from the intense hatred of evil and sin also commanded of them.
Richard Dawkins tweeted that “any fetus is less human than an adult pig," poorly playing the roles of philosopher and scientist.
Whatever we decide to call same sex-unions, marriage always has been and always will be an inherently heterosexual concept.
The fact that the new Catholic Pope undoubtedly chose as his namesake St. Francis of Assisi, who gave his life to the poor, is encouraging to media and some Catholics that he will call for "social justice" — forcibly redistributing wealth from the rich to the poor.