Antidote for Complacency: Reflections of Sunday's Readings

The very first thing that caught my eye as I drove into Ann Arbor the spring of 1966 was that strange graffiti on a huge concrete retaining wall. Being in Greek I could not decipher it and perhaps for that very reason it tantalized me.

Of course,  as soon as I started my studies at Concordia College […]

Picking Winners and Losers

 

                The slogan de jour in the defense of right wing ideology is “it’s wrong for government to pick winners and losers.” This has been employed to decry affirmative action in hiring or scholarships and government investment in green energy, for instance.

                But does it mean anything?

                We can assume that it means that […]