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Stephen Beale
 
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Stephen Beale
Christ’s prayer for unity 2,000 years ago must urgently become the prayer of all of us today—especially as the Protestant Reformation marks its 500th anniversary.
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Stephen Beale
Without accompanying authoritative enforcement and interpretation, the Bible loses its power as an authority.
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Stephen Beale
Technology is not all bad. But it can isolate us from others around us and insulate us in a self-made world where it’s easier to forget our dependence on God.
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Stephen Beale
Once nominalism severs the sacred chain connecting all being to God, creation shrinks back from its Creator.
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Stephen Beale
Although there may be plenty to quibble about in terms of the details—such as the cost, funding mechanism, or its relatively short duration of the leave—it certainly seems to be a step in the right direction.
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Stephen Beale
Faithful Catholics have always roundly rejected the utilitarian logic undergirding the decision to use the atomic bomb
Stephen Beale

Stephen Beale has been a freelance writer and journalist for over 10 years, reporting on presidential politics, government corruption, and other public affairs. He also writes frequently about Church history, spirituality, and theology. He holds an undergraduate from Brown University in classics and history. He currently resides in Providence, Rhode Island.