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the Newsweek Christmas rant on the Bible: naive, over-the-top–and basically right

Kurt Eichenwald’s Christmas missive in Newsweek ... naive, at least from the point of view of those who have been around the block a few times on the issues he raises, and especially those who work wi... read more

How could a Christian PM call the Bible pro-slavery?

4-6 - and asked why someone calling himself a Christian does not believe the words of Jesus in the Bible. The PM replied: Well if I was going to have that view, the Bible also says that slavery is a n... read more

Unraptured, Part II: The Rationalizationing

Nor will many of them have their faith in him shaken, even when shown point-blank he was wrong. Maybe they — and Camping — should read the Bible more carefully. Of course, now he says October 21 is Th... read more

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Newsweek panders to the deluded again

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something this Protestant learned from a Jew about reading the Bible: a story

As I was working on The Bible Tells Me So, I became conscious on a more present ... Even the slightest movement one degree to the left or right threatened to shrivel the gospel like cotton candy when ... read more

Obama administration to seek $1.2 trillion debt ceiling increase

(CNN) – The Obama administration will formally ask Congress later this week to raise the nation’s debt ceiling by $1.2 trillion, a Treasury Department official tells CNN. The latest request is the thi... read more

A Journalist’s Plea On 10th Anniversary Of ‘The Passion Of The Christ’: Hollywood, Take Mel Gibson Off Your Blacklist

It soon became clear that my early journalistic assessment of him wasn’t right. This crystallized when we met each ... I covered the case for Newsweek (before Gibson and I crossed the friendship line) ... read more

The Fort Sumter of Creationist Astronomy?

astronomy, and cosmology. Evolution rankles them because it contradicts the Bible which says God made man in his own image and describes specifically how God did it. But cosmology, the study of the Un... read more

The Foundering Russia-gate ‘Scandal’

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G20 to follow the long tradition of climate inaction

The adverts and articles within the pages of my old Time and Newsweek copies reminded me of how much the ... We're going to do the right thing. We want to know what that right thing is." But better mo... read more

Health-care reform: the long view

Right now, that's just like a hobby for me, not something I do with a seriousness of purpose. I'm just trying to think pragmatically. They can't take from me what I don't have. Howard Feinman in Newsw... read more

President injured in basketball game

Ed Henry provides the inside scoop from the White House North Lawn. Washington (CNN) –Apparently no good deed goes unpunished for President Obama, who was trying to make sure he didn't get a flabby be... read more

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