(RNS) Improving the administration of justice is not just a matter of politics, but also a moral and ethical obligation.
(RNS) It is the common impulse of people of goodwill everywhere to prevent or at least mitigate all forms of gratuitous suffering.
While Moqtada al-Sadr is trying to cast himself as a populist and reformer, he has a bloody history in Iraq.
(RNS) The U.S. military is about to take a giant step forward in fighting wars without directly endangering American soldiers. Is this a good thing?
(RNS) Political parties need vigorous moral and philosophical debate, and that will not happen if evangelicals oppose all Democrats as a matter of course.
(RNS) Why faithfulness to Jesus Christ is at stake in how Christians respond to Donald Trump.
(RNS) Will a country that prides itself on religious liberty allow them?
(RNS) The beliefs of the conservative evangelicals who support Cruz and the conservative evangelicals who support Trump are really two sides of the same coin.
(RNS) With persistent focus on separating -- on the exit from common aims and projects -- people begin to assume others are doing the same. In this way of being, people become unmoored.
(RNS) My rights don't matter as much as another person's life.
(RNS) Welcome to the marketplace of self-determination, where everything from fact to faith is made a fungible commodity. We will either look out for ourselves, discover wisdom and exercise discernment, or we will get stripped clean by the sharps. By Tom Ehrich. About 700. With photo.