Tag: justice

The Eye of a Needle

Some of the comments made it apparent that some of my points were unclear. I’ve made some minor changes and a few additions in the hopes of making myself clear. – Funky] I was wandering through the Book of Acts last night and a few things jumped out at me. I’ll be posting about them …

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Second Degree Murder

My wife, whose forensic science education included some law, pointed out major flaws in the first version of this post. It has been rewritten. – Funky] 187. (a) Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being, or a fetus, with malice aforethought. (b) This section shall not apply to any person who commits an …

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Delayed Reaction

This morning someone commented on an entry I posted July 31. “Dude, you were raised lutheran, you were an agnostic and now you think you’re like, what, the pope’s right hand man? Take it from this cradle catholic and quit judging people. Don’t think you can just crash the party and start playing the records …

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Canon Law Run

There’s a new book explaining Canon Law for lay people with emphasis on how it affects their daily lives. It’s co-written by St. Blog’s own Pete Vere, of Catholic Light. 🙂 I’ve added it to my wish list. If only I approved of blegging…

Stuck in the Middle With You

One of my frequent commenters, Steve, has often lamented that conservative Christians have had to vote for right-wing candidates in order to advance their pro-life agenda. He'd like to see a Christian Left that embraced protecting the sanctity of life as a progressive ideal. I can't blame him. I'd like to someday see a candidate …

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