Moral authority, not ruling authority

Riling the norm, Pope Francis gets people thinking. Although he blasts abortion, Pope Francis is throwing a monkey wrench into the cogs of church rules that too often shadow Christian mercy, or intent.

Let’s hope the moxie of Pope Francis spreads.

I am not anti-abortion, but I’m gaining a pro-Pope attitude.

We live in a narcissistic age. People have removed themselves from life and have fabricated a false world for themselves in church institutions or on the Internet. The backlash is severe—a decline in church and time spent with machines rather than human beings.

Atheists are having a hey-day.

The sad truth is religious thinkers have a difficult time calling their opponents out because much of the problem lies within.

Religious thinkers can pull together with the moral authority to advance progress, justice and inclusiveness.

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