Anthony Bradley

Anthony is associate professor of religious studies at The King's College in New York and a research fellow at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty.

Too missional for abortion?

Abortion
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 3/02/11, 03:34 pm

The number one social justice issue for African-Americans in New York City is abortion. Period. The city's abortion rate is twice the nation average, with 41 percent of all pregnancies ending in abortion. According to recent data, the rate for blacks is even higher: 59.8 percent. For Hispanics it's 41.3 percent, Asians 22.7 percent, and whites 20.4 percent. In 2009, unmarried women accounted for 84 percent of the abortions in the city.

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Our only comfort in life and death

Faith & Inspiration
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 2/23/11, 04:11 pm

On Feb. 9, my 85-year-old aunt went to be with the Lord. As the oldest sibling in a family of eight children, Elizabeth Durant Swinson was affectionately known as "sister." The nieces and nephews called her "Aunt Sister." When I heard the news of her passing I was immediately struck by all of things she experienced from 1925 to 2011.

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Are evangelicals too Republican?

Religion
by Anthony Bradley
Posted 2/09/11, 04:57 pm

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