Archive: June 17, 2007 - June 23, 2007
I have been a bit missing in action over the past few weeks as preparations for the Muslims for Progressive Values conference took up a great deal of time. At the conference, we held elections for the board of directors,...
By Pamela K. Taylor | June 23, 2007; 12:09 PM ET | Comments (275)
Really, we are between a rock and a hard place. Stay and people die, leave and people die. Truly, we have created a mess!
By Pamela K. Taylor | June 22, 2007; 7:44 AM ET | Comments (213)
The hatred that occupation creates is deep and enduring.
By Christopher Dickey | June 22, 2007; 6:59 AM ET | Comments (39)
When the problem is our presence, the solution is our departure....
By John Dominic Crossan | June 21, 2007; 10:51 AM ET | Comments (16)
The U.S. has a moral responsibility to the Iraqi people, I do not think that this obligation can be effectively fulfilled by the U.S. military.
By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. | June 21, 2007; 9:04 AM ET | Comments (55)
We can serve no moral purpose by continuing an immoral aftermath to a deceitfully conceived, ineptly conducted, failed and immoral war.
By Starhawk | June 21, 2007; 8:24 AM ET | Comments (167)
For the Christian the main obligation must be to pray.
By Nicholas T. Wright | June 21, 2007; 7:50 AM ET | Comments (18)
We do have a moral imperative to stay in Iraq until we secure peace.
By Samuel Rodriguez | June 21, 2007; 6:02 AM ET | Comments (25)
The first act should be confession – confession that as a nation, we were wrong to do this.
By Marcus Borg | June 20, 2007; 9:55 AM ET | Comments (68)
The first step out of Iraq is to confess that it was a huge mistake.
By Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite | June 20, 2007; 8:13 AM ET | Comments (37)
We broke it, so we have a moral obligation to help put Iraq together again. In the rebuilding of Iraq we need to take the role of partners rather than masters....
By Gardner Calvin Taylor | June 20, 2007; 7:15 AM ET | Comments (47)
The United States would be morally obligated to finance an international peacekeeping force as well as to pay reparations to the people of Iraq.
By Randall Balmer | June 20, 2007; 6:44 AM ET | Comments (81)
Faith is not a proof; rather it is conviction.
By Bishop Jane Holmes Dixon | June 19, 2007; 9:18 AM ET | Comments (26)
It is by our questioning that our understandings become our own.
By Mark S. Sisk | June 19, 2007; 7:11 AM ET | Comments (116)
Why would we ever want to stop exploring, wondering, asking questions and trying to understand the mind of God?
By Michael Otterson | June 18, 2007; 10:12 AM ET | Comments (332)
This call to free-thinking was another of the fundamental aspects of Islam that appealed to me greatly.
By Pamela K. Taylor | June 18, 2007; 9:33 AM ET | Comments (121)
The plain fact is that there is no authoritative source anywhere to which we can turn for normative definition of the tenets and traditions of Christianity.
By James Anderson | June 18, 2007; 8:04 AM ET | Comments (19)