Jerusalem — Many of the most contentious controversies of the hour are fueled by Christians not behaving like Christians, by people not being who they say they are. It’s an issue of identity and of integrity.
Which is why I left the United States for a time this February. I walked away from the run-up to Super Tuesday, from the fight against the White House’s attack on conscience rights, and I flew to the land known as the “Terra Sancta” for a good old-fashioned Christian pilgrimage.
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