2:01 PM Jul 3, 2015
What makes us take one side of a moral argument over another? Some would say their choices are based on reason and objectivity.
3:00 PM Jul 2, 2015
This summer, my daughter, Evien, and I decided to ride bikes together. This has been such a unique bonding experience for both of us that I asked her to help with my column this month.
3:00 PM Jul 1, 2015
One of my professors in graduate school, Martin Marty, once said in class that the biblical doctrine of sin is the most empirically proven of all religious doctrines — "just look at all the evil in our world."
2:52 PM Jun 26, 2015
The summer season is upon us and many rejoice in returning to the outdoor activities that were missed during the winter months. Our streets and beaches are starting to flood with local residents and visiting vacationers alike, but sunbathing and swimming aren’t the only ways to enjoy the waterfront and gorgeous weather this season.
2:56 PM Jun 25, 2015
A very sad thing happened last week. You’ve read all about it, you’ve formed your opinions even before all of the facts are known.
4:00 PM Jun 24, 2015
“Can we all just get along?” — Rodney King
3:00 PM Jun 23, 2015
Do children still learn the little ditty “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”?
3:00 AM Jun 19, 2015
The ongoing 2015 debate among state lawmakers over energy efficiency and renewable energy’s role in Michigan’s energy future reveals a stark difference.
6:01 PM Jun 18, 2015
In the past, I’ve had my fair share of garage sales. Every time within hours of starting one, I would say, “Never again!” Then, within hours of the sale ending, I would load up all the leftovers and say, “Never again!”
2:57 PM Jun 17, 2015
Last week, our governor, Rick Snyder, signed a law that will ensure faith-based adoption agencies can cite their religious beliefs in refusing service.