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Defiance was the word of the weekend. But all is not grim. There's humor where some least expect it.

Categories: Beliefs

Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy Lynn Grossman specializes in stories drawn from research and statistics on religion, spirituality and ethics. She also writes frequently on biomedical ethics and end-of-life-issues


  1. Link is broken: Tobin Grant looks to sociologists who studied the four ways evangelicals are changing their views on homosexuality.

    • David Lloyd-Jones

      Micah, and Webmaster,

      The link works.

      There’s an error in the html which concatenates this, correct, address to one that’s left in memory. Easy to do, webmaster: just clean up the anchor.


  2. 18-Aug-14 Atheists and/or faitheists seem in the news more frequently in recent months. Maybe many of them would be surprised to know that Catholics agree with most of them (I taught Catholic theology at college level). We Catholics do not — could not — believe in the existence of any god like those that atheists seem to deny — at least those I know of. But I certainly don’t know how they all define “god.” Maybe others, besides me, would be interested to hear their definitions.