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My Afternoon as a Hobby Lobby Sidewalk Counselor

(In honor of the upcoming 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and the cultural issues it has produced, The Broad Side is cross-posting this piece by Aliza Worthington, originally published at The Worthington Post on August 1, 2014, on the practice of sidewalk counseling.) Back in June, I was inspired by a Supreme Court decision to […]

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My Morning as a Viagra Sidewalk Counselor

(In honor of the upcoming 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and the cultural issues it has produced, The Broad Side is cross-posting this piece by Aliza Worthington, originally published on July 3, 2014 on The Worthington Post, on the practice of sidewalk counseling.) On June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court struck down a Massachusetts law that created […]

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Praying for the First Amendment?

For some Supreme Court watchers, it seemed like a no-brainer that the court would decide that public town meetings could not be opened with Christian prayers.  You know, the First Amendment’s call for separation of church and state an all that? Sadly, if you’re not Christian you might be feeling a little left out after […]

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