Posts Tagged ‘Cathedral of Hope’

Marriage & Sexuality, Religion and politics, Religion in Public Life, Religious Right Research

Religion is a controversial thing, isn’t it? Especially when it occurs in a political or governmental context.

Exhibit A today is the flap over a minister’s opening prayer at the Oklahoma House.

The Rev. Scott Jones’ sentiments yesterday were pretty noncontroversial, as such invocations go. He asked the “holy and everlasting God” to “give us the courage to dream […] Read More