First, be sure to read Douglas Dobbins’ post on Thomas Aquinas, part of the series “Dogmatics in Dialogue,” appearing in this blog over the next weeks.
Christianity Today has a feature on the contract hold-out of baseball star Albert Pujols, asking whether his Christian testimony is compatible with his holding out for the largest contract in the history of the game.
The blog Science and Religion discusses “emotional links to genetic health.” Clever.
Over at First Things, Elizabeth Scalia writes about the effect of collective hatred on our spiritual and cultural health.
In a remarkably strange ruling (at least to American ears), the High Court of England ruled that foster parents were unfit to remain the guardians of their adopted children because they believe the homosexual lifestyle is sinful. In their decision, the judges ruled there was “no place” for Christianity in British law.