After 10 years, the Smithsonian’s restoration of the Star Spangled Banner is complete, and it will be visible when the museum itself reopens tomorrow after a two year renovation. The flag is in a new display, no longer hanging as it had been for many years.
Chuck Scriven is confused by Trinitarian theology and history. First, some details. The Athanasian Creed is much later than the Nicene Creed, not earlier. The Symbol of Chalcedon is not a creed. He says, “No attempt, however valiant, will resolve the puzzle of how Jesus could have had, at the same time, all the traits…
Alan Reinach on the religious bigotry that has been on display in California since the passage of Prop 8.
Robert Sungenis critiques Christopher West on what is and what is not permitted within the sexual relationship of a Catholic married couple.
“Roger and Me” is the only Michael Moore movie I’ve endured to the end–and I have seen it several times. Moore is now saying, “I told you so.”