Coalition building * Our Chavez * Hooking up: Friday’s Roundup

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Venezuela's late president Hugo Chavez.

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The U.S. and its allies have formed a coalition to fight Sunni militants. Venezuela's Socialist Party rewrites the Lord's Prayer. Christians and Jews go online to hook up.

  • Martha Mann

    Thanks for the good news that the imcomparable Ian McEwan has a new book. But why wouldn’t you include the name, “The Children Act?”

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  • ronald

    “A Rising Number of Homeless Gay Teens Are Being Cast Out by Religious Families.”

    Sounds like much a due about nothing. I am sure these loving families will take their children back in, if the children will only renounce their homosinuality. The ball is in your court, homosexual homeless kids.

    “He writes of a judge who must decide the fate of a 17-year-old leukemia patient, whose parents are Jehovah’s Witnesses and have refused a critical blood transfusion for their son because their faith forbids it.”

    I don’t know what the judge in the book decides (probaly something liberal), but I know how this case would pan out in good ol’ Looisiana, where the great Judeo-Catholic legal scholar Martin LC Feldman would rule that the state has NO RIGHT to overrule the religious believes of the parents. God bless Judge Feldman,and GOD BLESS THE SOUTH!!!!!!

    “Kathryn Joyce has a persuasive and scary piece in Pacific Standard magazine about “biblical counseling,”

    There is nothing scary about biblical counselling. THe Bible is a complete handbook to life. There is no life deicison you can make that the Bible can’t make for you.. I believe CHristians began turning to biblical counselling after the American Psychiatrological Association stopped listing gaymosexuality as a mental illness.