*also see Part I: Leap of Faith
I am decidedly persuaded that truth matters. I am decidedly convinced that a property of truth is that it adheres fully only to true things, which is to say that truth does not adhere to things that are false. The more truth we know, the more truth we are prepared to receive. The more true things we perceive, the more likely it is that we are alert to the presence of error in our judgment.
Christians are often accused of tearing down the wall of separation between Church and State. Listen in as Host John Snyder and Tea Party Tribune journalist Stephen Z. Nemo develop their ideas about the operations of the political Left when it comes to invading the estate of the Church. Under Obamacare, the Department of Health and Human Services has mandated that Christian Institutions provide birth control when their activities are not exclusively religious.
By John Snyder
With the apparent front-runner status of Mitt Romney as the Republican Candidate for President, Bible- believing Americans are returning again to the same question that confronted them four years ago: does Mormonism constitute a chasm which Christians cannot bridge in good faith.
What does it mean to be a conservative and how should a Christian think about the politics of the Right? Is the impulse to settle for “half a loaf” a wise and prudential political view? How does “lawlessness” disease in the institutions of our republic? Is being a constitutionalist merely a political view or is respect for law a fundamentally moral view of life? Listen in as Mr.
Was on Garza Snyder Live in DC this afternoon. We kicked off by discussing the response to Rick Santorum's interview with CNN's Piers Morgan about abortion in cases of rape. You know, a little light banter to get things rolling.I thought Morgan's opening question was telling: "On abortion, you did harden your position on that as you got older--why was that?" I would have liked to stop Piers right there and ask why the view in favor of life is the "harder" position. Seems odd. I guess he was teeing the ball for the real question, which was "If you had a daughter who'd been raped and was pregnant and begging you to let her have an abortion, would you really then look her in the eye as her father and say no?"