Tucson Tragedy

Peter Evans | January 10, 2011 | Peter and Helen Evans: On Politics and Prayer Everybody has something to say about the shooting in Tucson, Arizona, where a 22-year-old man killed six people and wounded at least twice as many more at a political event on Saturday. Among those he killed are a federal judge […]

Chuck Colson on the Manhattan Declaration: Where do we go from here?

Peter and Helen Evans interview Chuck Colson, a drafter of the Manhattan Declaration, about what the Declaration means for the larger culture. Colson discusses the necessity of protecting the dignity of life at every stage of life, traditional marriage for the stability of society, and religious liberty which protects freedom of conscience. The purpose of […]

Timothy George on the Manhattan Declaration

HT: Peter and Helen Evans “The best dialogue occurs among people who are of great conviction about what they believe. … I do not believe in an ecumenism of accommodation. I do believe in an ecumenism of conviction.” Interviewer: Peter and Helen Evans. Recent Comments Progressives Use the Terms “Dialogue” and “Fundamentalism” to Attack… [5] […]

Robert P. George: Why I signed the Manhattan Declaration

Peter and Helen Evans are posting interviews with signers of the Manhattan Declaration. The latest is Robert P. George. They have around 20 interviews including some Orthodox signers on their site www.peterandhelenevans.com. Recent Comments Progressives Use the Terms “Dialogue” and “Fundamentalism” to Attack… [5] Elijah John McKnight And I would add that it is intellectually […]

If you are going to the March for Life this week…

…consider attending the “Pilgrimage to Prayer” at St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral in Washington, DC (get map). Peter and Helen Evans, members of St. Nicholas have organized a prayer vigil on January 21, 2010 that starts after Vespers and continues until midnight. Come by yourself or with a group and read some Psalms aloud or just […]