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Friendly fire and Fratricide

“There is the possibility that fratricide may have been involved,” said a U.S. military official yesterday of the five American soldiers’ deaths in southern Afghanistan, according to news reports like this one from NBC News. The sentence came over my … Continue reading

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Religion and Politics: Cain and Abel

The Ongoing Saga of Cain and Abel Gordon C. Stewart | published by MinnPost.com Religion and politics: oil and water? The problem is that each stakes a claim for the same turf. They both answer the question of how we live … Continue reading

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Religion and the White House

Gordon C. Stewart          Feb. 14, 2012 Is the religion of presidential candidates off limits? President Obama’s remarks at the 2012 National Prayer Breakfast and Mitt Romney’s statement about the poor and the wealthy resurrect a question regarded since 1960 as … Continue reading

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Faith and Politics

For faith and for politics, there is one over-riding question: Am I my brother’s keeper? – Gordon C. Stewart; Published by MinnPost.com | Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 Religion and politics. Oil and water. The problem is that each stakes a claim … Continue reading

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