Cohabitation

A liberal Catholic magazine, U.S. Catholic, published by the Claretian order, has an article saying the Catholic church needs to get with the times and approve of cohabitation. Michael G. Lawler and Gail S. Risch are both on the staff of the Center for Marriage and Family at Creighton University in Nebraska (“a university in…

Wrong Polarities

Mark Shea has forgotten the basics of Evangelical faith, suggesting that the only options are 1) authoritative pope or 2) relativism. If you don’t have a magisterium, he argues, all you have is private judgment, and thus any discussion between, say, a Mormon and an Evangelical must be a toss-up (and for that, he says,…

Camp Meeting 2.0–The Trinity

Second post is up at Spectrum, by Johnny Ramirez-Johnson (a professor at Loma Linda, specializing in Relational Studies with an emphasis in Psychology & Culture), on the Trinity and human relationships. This is a diverse group of writers, and all kinds of folks from across the blogosphere are entering into the discussion–so don’t judge the…