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Posts by: Christopher Parr

Heresy & Holy Week Cherie Harder Friday, April 6, 2012   While Easter may commonly be celebrated with brunches, egg hunts, and candy trappings, properly understood, it should be the most profound and potentially divisive of holidays. Its claims are both extravagant and exclusivist; its assertions strange and supernatural: that God, who came to earth
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Character, Community & the Church Cherie Harder Monday, March 12, 2012   James Q. Wilson’s death last weekend generated a flurry of rightfully laudatory tributes. Wilson was perhaps the most respected political scientist of his generation. His scholarship reshaped approaches to crime prevention and policing, and reaffirmed the importance of virtue for the public good,
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Valentine & MLK Cherie Harder Tuesday, February 14, 2012 “I know that love is ultimately the only answer to mankind’s problems…. I’m not talking about emotional bosh when I talk about love. I’m talking about a strong, demanding love.” --Martin Luther King, Jr.   On a day typically celebrated with candy hearts, Hallmark cards, and
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Salons and Subversion Cherie Harder Thursday, January 19, 2012 Each election year typically brings renewed salvos in the ongoing culture wars, and there is little reason to think that 2012 will prove an exception. But in the midst of all the sound and fury that surrounds such battles, it can be easy to overlook less
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Christmas and Contemplation Cherie Harder Thursday, December 22, 2011   Holiday departures have already begun. Here in Washington, rush hour traffic is slowly (and blessedly) thinning, airports are packed, and offices are clearing out. For the next few days, families will gather to celebrate, shop, open presents, and overeat. And in the midst of the
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Tidings of Wonder Cherie Harder Wednesday, December 7, 2011   Holiday departures have already begun. Here in Washington, rush hour traffic is slowly (and blessedly) thinning, airports are packed, and offices are clearing out. For the next few days, families will gather to celebrate, shop, open presents, and overeat. And in the midst of the
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A Feast for the Soul: Sacramental Celebration Meredith Schultz Wednesday, December 7, 2011   “Of what happened later in the evening, nothing definite here can be stated. None of the guests later on had any clear remembrance of it. They only knew that the room had been filled with heavenly light, as if a number
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In Remembrance of George H. Gallup, Jr. (1930-2011) Friday, November 25, 2011   George H. Gallup, Jr. (1930-2011), the son of the founder of Gallup Poll and good friend to the Trinity Forum, passed away this past Wednesday. The Trinity Forum would like to join those who send their condolences to the friends and family
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Happiness & Thanksgiving Cherie Harder Thursday, November 24, 2011   “I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” --G.K. Chesterton   During this Thanksgiving week, it is customary to reflect on, and offer thanks for, our many blessings. Recent research suggests that doing so
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Conflict and Conversations on Science and Faith Cherie Harder Monday, November 14, 2011   The past several years have seen an intensifying of a long-running conflict between the claims of science and faith. Debates over our origins, the reliability of the Bible and the scientific record, and the proper realms of authority of faith and
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