Author Archives: markgalli

‘Essentials’ in a Pandemic

Perhaps you are aware of the “essential controversy”—meaning the umbrage some Christian leaders have taken because the state has determined that only grocery stores, medical facilities, gas stations, and the like are considered “essential” services.  By implication (it is argued), … Continue reading

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Refocus

As readers of this site know, when I retired, I was in the midst of a media flurry. The cause was my December 19 editorial questioning Donald Trump’s moral fitness for office. Since I wrote that as editor in chief … Continue reading

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Why I Believe Mr. Trump’s Caustic Speech Is Not Mere Bad Manners

[I’m reposting this from a year ago because of its obvious relevance this week–mg] As I watched a recording of the Evangelicals for Trump rally on January 3 in Miami, I couldn’t help but admire one speaker who has worked … Continue reading

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