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Berny Belvedere

Berny Belvedere

Berny Belvedere

Berny Belvedere has studied philosophy (Florida International University and University of Florida) and theology (Trinity International University and Knox Theological Seminary), and is a professor of philosophy at Florida International University, Miami Dade College, and St. Thomas University. He has written on ethics, politics, economics, pop culture and more at a number of publications, including First Things, The Federalist, The ERLC, Front Porch Republic and elsewhere. He lives in Miami, Fla. with his wife and two children.

  • The Death of Capital Punishment?

    On Sunday, Pope Francis made a stunning appeal to the world’s governing class to abolish the death penalty. In our corner of the world, the machinery is already in place to do just that. Just last year, on the Supreme Court’s final day in session, Justice Stephen Breyer issued a forty-page denial of the constitutionality of the death

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  • Was Jesus Merely Wrong About Homosexuality?

    Brandon Ambrosino has discovered a novel way to harmonize Christianity and homosexuality. The typical approach is to register Jesus’ silence on homosexuality and to claim this indicates tacit approval on Jesus’ part. But this is a mistake, according to Ambrosino, who says that Jesus would “almost certainly have held . . . [that] same-sex relations

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