The nation is divided. That's what we hear from politicians, pundits, and the media. But are we really divided, or are we just diverse? We look at how the "unity" talk is just political posturing, because we really aren't divided after all.
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When tragedy hits, people often look to God for answers, and to place blame. In this part of a series of reflections on the Tucson, Ariz., shooting, we examine why we question God in times of tragedy, yet ignore Him when life is wonderful.
The idea of an almighty being who looks out for us is quite acceptable and even desired. But when He wants to be in the driver’s seat of our lives, we’re not willing to ride shotgun.
Which is more important: the civil right of a woman to choose, or the moral responsibility to protect the life of a child, albeit an unborn one? For that matter, do moral arguments even matter in a nation that clamors for separation of government from religion? Well, yeah.