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Is ‘Noah’ movie worthwhile?

June 27 at 12:57 p.m.

The Rev. Perry Sukstorf, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church: What everyone wants to know: Yes, I did see “Noah.” No, I didn’t hate it.

When, if ever, is stealing justified in your faith?

June 12 at 9:33 a.m.

Arvind Khetia, Hindu engineer with Interfaith Council: Like all negative impulses of the mind, the habit of stealing results from greed, selfishness and discontent. Stealing has a corrosive effect on one’s moral character and consequently makes one’s spiritual aspirations ineffective.

An act of mercy or mockery?

June 6 at 2:56 p.m.

The Rev. Roger Coleman, Pilgrim Church in Kansas City, Mo.: It was not unusual for family members to offer wine as a sedative to ease the suffering of those condemned to die upon the cross. For the Roman soldier to imitate this act of compassion by putting a sponge soaked in wine and gall on the tip of his spear and holding it up to Jesus’ mouth, as the writer of Matthew makes clear, was not an act of mercy but one of shear mockery.

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