Manhattan Declaration and Birmingham connection

DomeI was reading the Manhattan Declaration all the way through and looking at the list of original signers again and I just noticed this: one of the three members of the drafting committee is Timothy George, Dean and Professor of Divinity, Beeson Divinity School*, Samford 
University. That’s right here in Birmingham! (I suppose it would actually be in Homewood, which is right outside of but not part of Birmingham properly speaking.) How about that? Made me smile when I saw it. Oh, here’s another local signer: Dr. David Platt, Pastor, Church at Brook Hills. Well, well, whaddaya know? Other names of note (that I noted because I recognize them) are listed below.  Continue reading “Manhattan Declaration and Birmingham connection”

The Manhattan Declaration, A Call of Christian Conscience

The Manhattan Declaration

I just signed a very important and historic document. I hope you will read on and that you will add your name, whether you are Christian or not, to the growing list of Evangelical, Orthodox and Catholic Christians and other citizens who are uniting “to protect the intrinsic dignity of the human person and to stand for the common good.” In signing this document, I consider myself to be in excellent company. Here is the Manhattan Declaration: A Call of Christian Conscience, with the original signers listed at the end it. Continue reading “The Manhattan Declaration, A Call of Christian Conscience”

A collective psychosis, yes, indeed

The following quote was taken from an article* I found recently on the web, and is purported to be the words of a “doctor speaking out…after the murder of Dr. Georger [spelling in the original] Tiller.” Which murder** I sincerely and strongly denounced as horrible and not the action of someone who is pro-life. Pro-life cannot be reduced to merely “anti-abortion”, no matter how many times pro-abortionists say so, and they do, over and over again. Continue reading “A collective psychosis, yes, indeed”