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How to Get Through to Republican Officials and Trump Supporters

Opposition to Mr. Trump risks fragmentation because there's simply too much to oppose, all of it happening all at once. Groups like Indivisible urge us to call our Congressional representatives, but we can't get through.

Scapegoats Are a Diversionary Tactic

Donald Trump has been blowing a deliberate smokescreen with his ill-considered and unconstitutional ban on Muslims from various countries in Africa and the Middle East (not, notably, the countries whose citizens actually have attacked us).

Can Christians Question?

Evangelical pastor Timothy Keller told New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof that he's probably damned for questioning the literal historicity of the Virgin Birth, the Resurrection, and the miracles, and so forth. That's nonsense. Here's why.

The Moral Status of "Protest Votes": Three Theories

According to new polls from the Pew Forum, two-thirds of Americans are dissatisfied with all ballot choices this fall. (In 2008, by comparison, only twenty-eight percent were dissatisfied at this point in the election cycle.) The hazard here is very real.