2/10/2014: Politics and the Pulpit: Part One: "Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open!"
2/24/2014: Politics and the Pulpit: Part Two: The IRS is Not the Law
3/10/2014: Politics and the Pulpit - Part Three - Churches are Automatically Tax Exempt by Law
6/16/2014: Politics and the Pulpit: Part Four: The Vague and Shaky Johnson Amendment
6/30/2014: Politics and the Pulpit: Part Five: Time for a Bright-Line Standard
A Key Election Question: Is This What You Mean By Abortion?
A Renewed Call to Faithful Citizenship
and the Priority of Life
Abortion as the Fundamental Issue
Above My Pay Grade
Absolutely No Exceptions
"And What I Have Failed To Do..."
Avoid Election Day Traps - Part one
Avoid Election Day Traps - Part two
Caesar Must Obey God
Cannot be Right
Choosing Evil or Limiting Evil?
Church and State
The Consistent Ethic of Life: Myths and Realities
Democracy is Relative
Democrats for Life
Distorted Citizenship (or, Why do we have a Reading Comprehension Problem in the Church?)
Election 2008: Clarity or Confusion?
Elections 2012: Be Free, Be Smart, Be Responsible!
The Elections and Capital Punishment
The Elections and the Consistent Ethic
Elections and the Right to Life
Every Vote Counts
Four State Ballot Measures
Free Speech in Church - 2003
Free Speech in Church - 2005
I'm Motivated to Vote
Is the Church "Too Political?"
"Is This What You Mean?"
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
Keeping Children Safe
Low Hanging Fruit
The Most Important Vote
A New Senate
The Party Matters
The Political Issue Beneath Abortion
Political, Not Partisan
Political Parties and Skull Cracking
Politics and the Pulpit: Part One: "Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open!"
Politics, Government, Law, Abortion, and God
The Prayer Campaign
Politics and the Pulpit: Part One - Part Two - Part Three
Questions about Voting
Reflections on the Political Responsibility of Christians
Reflections on the Results of Elections 2006: Time for Democrats to Prove Our Point
Religious Beliefs, Abortion, and the Law
Religious Freedom and Voter Guides
Render Unto Caesar
Super Tuesday and Being Human
The State's Interest in Life
Using Election Law to Expose Abortion
Voter Registration: All Year, Every Year
Voting for Vitae
Voting with a Clear Conscience
Voting with a Clear Conscience - longer version (Catholic)
Voting with a Clear Conscience - longer version (Ecumenical)
What happens when neither candidate is fully against abortion?
What to do Before the End of Election Day
Why America Exists
Why I'm Voting Pro-Life, and Motivated
Yes, The Party Matters
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