Various & Sundry, 3/30/2015

With Holy Week upon us, this will be the last V&S until after Easter. – Gabriel Malor answers all your questions about the Indiana state RFRA. Considering that Malor often rankles the Ace of Spades commentariat with his writings on

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The rise of the neo-Lutherans: Will there be a schism?

  Watching last fall’s Extraordinary Synod on the Family from the sidelines, what was surprising was the level of rancor (and perhaps even acrimony) manifesting itself in the debate concerning, among other matters, the Church’s prohibition of divorced/remarried Catholics receiving Holy Communion. Media

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GenCon and the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act

  Recently Indiana passed and the Governor signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  By doing so Indiana joined a majority of states which have such protections for religious freedom. There is also a federal version of the act which was passed

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March 30, 1865: Prelude to Five Forks

By the 30th it became obvious to both sides that the Confederate right at Five Forks was in jeopardy.  Grant discusses this in his memoirs: The next day, March 30th, we had made sufficient progress to the south-west to warrant

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