Is there a slow death of religious liberty? In America, protected classes include race, color, national origin, choice of religion, disability, and familial status. What reason must ones chosen religion, which is a protected class, need additional Religious Freedom laws? Evangelicals in the U.S. enjoy abundant religious freedom; perhaps more than any other protected class … Continue reading Liberty includes respect for others
Letter to the editor: Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people By Kevin R. Tengesdal from Bismarck on Apr 30, 2015 at 7:22 a.m. Perhaps, we need to change the monologue. Instead of saying, “God hates gay people,” say, “God Hates [name of family member or friend who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender!” Instead … Continue reading Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people
What is there to apologize for? By KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Feb 28, 2013 Janne Myrdal’s letter of Feb. 24 states, “Concerned Women for America of North Dakota objects strongly to the recent ‘vigil’ outside a state senator’s home in Bismarck and suggests that a public apology is in order.” For what should the lesbian, gay, … Continue reading What is there to apologize for?
Being at peace with themselves By KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Sep 17, 2012 In response to the article,“Gay North Dakota football player says kiss got him booted”: Yes, Jamie Kuntz lied. Why did he lie? Who knows his personal reasons. But how can young kids be comfortable with themselves in this state? Could it be that … Continue reading Being at peace with themselves
Stand up to hate by speaking out KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Oct 12, 2008 Stand up to hate by speaking out How can we stand up against hate crimes? How can we make sure that another life is not snuffed out because of fear, misunderstanding, or discrimination? How can greater understanding, recognition, acceptance and/or tolerance be … Continue reading Stand up to hate by speaking out