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Protests marking the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war yesterday included no Hollywood stars and drew only a fraction of the tens of thousands that typically come to the nation's capital for war protests.
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"Is God Dead?" was the famous/infamous Time magazine cover Easter Sunday 1966 that triggered a nationwide firestorm of criticism. Murder threats were commonplace for the self-described "apocalyptic theologian" Thomas Alrizer, a former Emory Professor of Religion, whose Death of God thesis posited God put himself completely into Jesus' body and died when Jesus was crucified.
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Al Gore may be the most frustrated man in America. In 2000, the former senator and vice president won the popular vote, but he lost the must-win state of Florida by a margin so narrow and so contested that the U.S. Supreme Court had to step in. It gave us a lesson in the difference between higher justice and procedural justice, and in why the latter is sometimes the best we can hope for.