Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘worship’

Coptic Ruse

The Coptic Christians are perhaps some of the most faithful Christians and they have to be as their places of worship seem to in Middle East countries dominated by Islam. As a minority surrounded by many hostile people their faith must be strong. I have to admit that I know very little about this church other than occasional news stories where one of their churches happened to be burned down during Muslim protests.

A recent headline from The Washington Post caught my eye recently,

Liberal Alters – Abortion

Liberals have many alters to which they worship.  None may be as divisive in our country as abortion.  Abortion is always portrayed as a rather complex issue about a woman’s body or when life begins couched in flowery terms like “pro  choice.”  The basic issue is  rather simple with some complex scenarios that can be debated.  Proof that abortion is a liberal alter is their support of partial birth abortion.