Demonstrations, violence and tragedy in Virginia along with gridlock in Congress and a stare-down with North Korea have created uneasiness in the nation and raised questions regarding President Trump’s ability to govern. Rather than looking at the president’s problems from a political angle, they can be most appropriately viewed and remedied through the lens of leadership.
Ideas and Society
More Ideas and Society Features
Numerous Supreme Court Briefs Filed in Support of Creative Professionals Working According to their Faith
The U.S. Supreme Court has received numerous friend-of-the-court briefs in support of the freedom of a Washington state floral artist—and, by extension, other creative professionals—to decline to create artistic expression and participate in events with which they disagree.
In Charlottesville (and throughout history) we’ve seen the wrong wolves fed. We’ve seen self-doubt, false superiority and cruel pride. We’ve seen destruction fueled by bigoted hate. Where does this hate come from?
Roger Gannam cites the Bible to define his company's mission. That wouldn't be notable if he worked at a church or food kitchen, somewhere known for sharing the gospel with the world. But Gannam works at a law firm, suing others and representing those who have been sued.
Millennials accept a general view of religious freedom as being important, but they struggle to understand what religious freedom really means. That’s one major takeaway that Emily Hardman, president of Amicus Communications, highlighted in a presentation last week on results from a survey looking at millennial and religious freedom.