Category Archives: Religion

As long as I will be talking about politics, I might as well throw religion in there too. My religion is perhaps the most defining aspect of who I am as a person, but it is also deeply personal, so this is another category that may or may not get a lot of use.

The Many Interpretations of Frozen

Note: This is written in response to a very LDS-focused article, and I myself am a devoted, practicing Mormon, so this is written from that perspective. It’s not necessarily accessible only to people who share my faith, but it is unapologetically LDS in nature. There’s a lot of hubbub the last couple days about this… Read More »

Gordon B. Hinckley

My last draft that was sitting unpublished in my queue. Unlike the other two, one of which I had to finish and the other which was already done and ready to go, this one is both unfinished and unable to be finished. The stated goal was to get my feeling down while they were fresh,… Read More »

Bill O’Reilly is crazy

Following up on what I wrote last week about President Bush’s Christmas/Holiday cards, here is something I picked up on from the Daily Show a day or two ago. Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly, of the O’Reilly Factor, had as a guest on his show a man named Philip Nulman, author of a book called… Read More »

George Bush can’t please anyone

I just read this article about the Christmas cards President Bush sent out to 1.4 million supporters. Let me share a quote with you, from William A. Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights: This clearly demonstrates that the Bush administration has suffered a loss of will and that they have… Read More »

Religion in the Locker Room

The Washington Nationals suspended a volunteer chaplain, Jon Moeller, for indicating that Jewish people are going to hell. From an article in the Washington Post: An article in Sunday’s paper about Baseball Chapel quoted [Nationals’ outfielder Ryan] Church as saying that he had turned to Moeller for advice about his former girlfriend, who was Jewish.… Read More »