March 4, 1865: The Greatest Inaugural Address

Hands down the most moving  inaugural address in American history is the second inaugural address given by President Lincoln, little over a month before his death.  It is short, to the point and powerful.  It is also the most important theological

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A Paean to Doubt

  Kyle Cupp at The Week has an interesting post in which he celebrates Pope Francis for bringing uncertainty about God to Catholicism: In fact, Pope Francis has explicitly endorsed doubt in the life of faith. In a 2013 interview

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