To those who expect a new President to replace what for some is an odious incumbent, I would counsel a serious look at the facts.
A petition started by a clergy abuse survivor has received more than 77,000 signatures supporting his call for Cardinal George Pell to be defrocked.
This is not an idle concern. Extreme caution seems advisable about one who claims that theology informs his policy positions.
Belief in God is a product of upbringing, societal and cultural convention, a desire for comfort and intellectual laziness.
Limits to growth are exhibited everywhere, as at least half the world’s nearly 8 billion humans vie for the necessities of life.
Superstitious evangelicals deny science and fact. It is time to fight not just for our own lives in this battle, but for our planet.
Yes, finding a vaccine deserves priority but failure to limit human numbers will continue to create what will be unsolvable problems.
It is the weak-link, Eve, who first falls prey to the talking snake and disobeys God by eating of the tree of knowledge.
What evangelical leaders have run into is an American electorate that is as skeptical of evangelicals as it is politicians.
Our species is on the cusp of a revolution that will change every aspect of our lives but we’re hardly talking about it.