Public Anger

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Phelps’ son condemns plan to picket Newtown funerals

The estranged son of a Kansas pastor famous for protesting the funerals of soldiers and AIDS victims has condemned his … Continued

The culture of rage: America in the hands of angry fools

In 1741, the firebreathing Puritan preacher Jonathan Edwards delivered one of the most famous sermons in American history, invitingly titled, … Continued

Seven Suggestions for Christians in the Public Square

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

The Problem is Me

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

An Epidemic of Bullying

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Rage About the Transfer of Power

Why are people so angry and belligerent, and so willing to express their anger publicly? Why has our civil discourse … Continued

Celebrity and Power Trump Civility

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

The Cost of Materialism and Prejudice

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Losing Trust in God and Government

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Less Pluralism, More Dogmatism

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Faith’s Response to Incivility

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Society’s Belligerence

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

When God Tells You to Hate

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

God Expects Us to Be Civil to Each Other

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Boors, Cads and Cretins

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Unrepentant Liars on the Right and the Left

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Why Joe (and Kanye and Serena) Won’t Apologize

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Fear, Suspicion and Change

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

It’s not “Incivility,” It’s Racial Prejudice

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued

Rage, Racism And American Unreason

We have entered what columnist Kathleen Parker calls “a political era of uninhibited belligerence,” that is finding expression in sermons, … Continued