This is an archive of the old Stones Cry Out site. For the current site, click here.

« Old Man on A Feeding Tube: Extending Schiavo Ethics to the Pope | Main | US Count Votes to Release Study »

March 30, 2005

Jonah Says Chill

In the second of a three part series, Al Mohler examines the implications of the Terri Schiavo tragedy. Take a look at Question Four, wherein Mohler examines conservatism's future. I won't quote too much of the piece, because none of it really stands out. At the same time, it's worth a read. See this one small quote:

"Conservatives need to acknowledge the divisions in the conservative movement and the reality of conflict in conservative principles."

I realize Mohler's "blog" is more column than blog, but where has he been? This conversation has been going on for years. And it's been pretty intense throughout the blogosphere for the last two weeks. It took him this long to comment? I'm not sure his analysis is that on target, at any rate. Jonah Goldberg's syndicated column, without dealing with Mohler specifically, addresses such worry in a pretty clear fashion.

Speaking of syndicated columns, Deroy Murdock nails the argument that Terri's Fight is only for Christians.

Posted by Matt at March 30, 2005 06:29 PM

Trackback Pings


I think that there could be real blowback for the GOP, especially in a 50-50 country. Many libertarians like me only voted for Bush because he was the more hawkish of the two candidates. How far does Bush think that he can push that advantage?

Posted by: John at March 30, 2005 08:29 PM