I'm normally a fan of Andrew Sullivan (he harps on gay rights and torture more than anyone else), but he's been getting on my nerves lately with his quest to justify his support of an immoral war. Generally I find he's a thoughtful and compassionate thinker.
But this today was too much:
Today's age of politicized and intolerant Christianism seems to me to be one of those moments when Christianity has estranged itself most thoroughly from the priorities and spirit of its founder.
One of those moments like, oh, the last 2,000 years?