John Lomperis

John Lomperis writes from Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Wesley’s Pro-Lifers

 

With the strengthening of Democratic congressional majorities, the election of Barack Obama, and liberal victories on state ballot initiatives concerning abortion, bioethics, and assisted suicide, the last two weeks have given little for pro-lifers to celebrate. Yet pro-lifers have also seen the emergence of more encouraging trends in unlikely places. One is the United Methodist […]

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Divided Methodists

 

At its major conference in May, a major American organization voted to approve resolutions that: call convicted Puerto Rican terrorists “political prisoners” and demand their release from prison; support activist efforts to offer “sanctuary” to illegal immigrants; accuse the U.S. of “pursu[ing] a global economic agenda that is of, by, and for transnational corporations”; “support […]

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