The Church vs. Obamacare
The recent conflict between the Catholic Church and the Obama administration came to a head when various Catholic institutions across the country filed a federal
Securing Religious Organizations from the All-Comers Policy
In a ruling last April, Vanderbilt University deferred recognition of the constitution of the Christian Legal Society, to take effect the following year. This ruling,
Jesus: A Democrat?
Would Jesus vote Democrat? An article in the Stanford Daily written in December would suggest so. The author, Miles Unterreiner, argues that conservatives are “taking
Apathy or Wisdom?
The Occupy America movement has reached Stanford, like most college campuses, and already people are tired of hearing the words “occupy” and “Wall Street” in
Stem Cells at Stanford
A once hotly debated topic in American politics has resurfaced here at Stanford University. A student group known as the SSSCR, or Student Society for
To Celebrate or Not to Celebrate?
Easter is a great day of celebration for all Christians across the world. It is a day of rejoicing and a day of rest. It
The Ethics of Intervention
The main headline of every news source today probably has an update on the conflict in Libya, followed by a group of Libyan rebels heroically
A Response to Browning
In a recent edition of The Stanford Daily, Rev. Geoff Browning wrote an interesting article on peace in the Christian tradition. I say “interesting” because