The Latest Take: Insight into a Changing World
EMILY: There is a huge shift between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Where God was once fire and brimstone and eternal damnation, Jesus is water into wine, and healing and forgiveness. Why, then, do we continue to read from the Old Testament?
That’s what I want to come out of 2016. A party committed to family, work, neighborhood . . .
And human rights (especially the abolition of human trafficking) . . .
And military strength . . .
Shout out these six battle cries, Republicans!
It is fitting that a Catholic priest and saint is still celebrated 1,800 years after his death – and for his help to lovers. At the heart of the Catholic faith is love. For the Catholic tradition (the richest, deepest tradition of understanding love in the entire world) the proper name for God is that most creative form of love, Caritas.