July 29, 2014

COMMENTARY: The headlong retreat into childhood partisanship

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Tom Ehrich is a writer, church consultant and Episcopal priest based in New York. He is the president of Morning Walk Media and publisher of Fresh Day online magazine. Photo courtesy of Tom Ehrich

Tom Ehrich is a writer, church consultant and Episcopal priest based in New York. He is the president of Morning Walk Media and publisher of Fresh Day online magazine. Photo courtesy of Tom Ehrich

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(RNS) The tragic core of the partisan thinking tearing apart our nation and our world takes the form of religious extremism: There is no God but my God!

  • Frank

    As Tom demonizes and shows a tremendous lack of maturity. Astoundingly ironic.

  • Larry Meza

    what are you referring to Frank?

  • wally

    Larry –

    read the extraordinarily partisan piece that blasts all viewpoints “right” again and you may see what Frank was referring to.

    If your query was sarcasm, duly noted.

  • Larry

    Good reason for it. What has the “right” done for us lately?
    -Shown that corporations are people, but women are not
    -Promoted bigotry as a political rallying tool
    -Found new and interesting ways to link Christian belief to indifference to others and glorification of Mammon.

  • larry m

    No was not being sarcastic Wally. The article is talking about being more tolerant and less partisan. Who is the demonIzing?

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