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Jesus and Socialism

Kevin Sartin | Theology Columnist Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders’ continued rise in the polls has brought the topic of socialism to the forefront of...

Religious and political pandering

Kevin Sartin | Theology Columnist Political pandering is the name of the game whenever election time draws near. It’s why men who have never worn...

Are we all really children of God?

Kevin Sartin | Theology Columnist For the first time ever, Pope Francis is sending his monthly prayer intentions to the world in video form. Interested...

The Syrian Refugee Crisis

Kevin Sartin | Theology Columnist The Syrian refugee crisis is not only a conundrum for the policy makers in Washington D.C. and the state governors in their columned mansions, it...

The Offensiveness of the Gospel

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist We are a people easily offended, a fact readily observable to anyone even remotely societally aware today. Stories that bear out the reality of this burgeoning social phenomena fill...

Reformation Day and Freedom of Religion

KEVIN SARTIN Theology Columnist Religious freedom is something that historically we have always enjoyed as citizens of the United States of America. It’s one of the principles that we believe our nation was founded on....

Behind every answer, a question

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist The Iranian nuclear agreement brokered by great American statesman John Kerry will reportedly make the world a better, safer place. Iranians sure...

Pluto in a dark age

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist Two videos posted on the politics page of the Washington Post’s online presence. One made with hidden cameras over a lengthy business...

Marriage ruling an act of rebellion

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist If the old proverb “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” is true, then the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision...

The nature and existence of Truth

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist  File this one under “just when we thought that things couldn’t get any stranger…” Rachel Dolezal, president of the Spokane chapter of...