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The marriage amendment and people of faith

The creation of marriage is recorded in Genesis Chapter 2, and today it is undergoing man’s attempt at redesign. Once marriage is redesigned to mean everything, it will mean nothing.

To be a Jew during election time

When I was filling out my absentee ballot, with every circle I filled in I was not actively thinking about my Jewish identity but I know that my politics and my Judaism do go hand in hand, consciously or subconsciously.

Plan for Mormon temple rattles Catholics in a French suburb

In the Parisian suburb of Le Chesnay, plans to build the first Mormon temple in mainland France has revealed insecurities about the minority status of Catholics in France.

MN Blog Cabin Roundup, 10/19

Minnesota bans free online courses, Mitt’s Mormonism matters, e-Pulltabs, the race in the 8th congressional district, voting no on both amendments and a personal tour in rural Minnesota.

MN Blog Cabin Roundup, 9/28

Personal seat licenses, don’t campaign angry, Mitt Romney: Seize the moment and the mundane on Yom Kippur. 

Separating church from state on the marriage amendment

The fundamental principle of separation of church and state should lead Minnesota voters to reject the proposed constitutional amendment defining marriage as only the union of one man and one woman.