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Transformative Love of Neighbor
Public Life

Transformative Love of Neighbor

Who am I? Who is God? Who is my Neighbor? These three questions frame the theological exploration of vocation that takes place at the CrossRoad Summer Institute—a 10-day academic summer program for Orthodox Christian juniors and seniors in high school. At CrossRoad, we explore the question of “who is my neighbor” and our Christian call…

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Religion and Politics

The Disarray and Hope of Our Post-Election Abortion Politics

Pro-lifers, despite being in the clear majority of the country, are now politically homeless. 73% of Americans want abortion to be broadly illegal after week twelve of gestation, but for the US Congress, a 20-week limit—a modest threshold that makes European restrictions look pro-life—seems impossible to achieve. Senate Democrats still have the capacity to filibuster…

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