Finding the antidote to confront this culture of death that we currently face consists in returning to those true principles that uphold a philosophy that relates to objective reality—and one way of doing so is to recover the wisdom of GK Chesterton.
For the good of the country, one might hope that the president would consider a strong advocacy for things like motherhood, fatherhood, and the kind of marriage that can actually keep the country alive.
Elias Crim reviews Matthew Tan’s recent book release, Wipf and Stock Publishers’ Justice, Unity, and the Hidden Christ.
The second in a three part series discussing questions on the existence of God, the Incarnation, and the impact of a divine Creator on the natural order.
“Sweeney Todd isn’t a revolutionary; he doesn’t set out to upend the entire malevolent society in which he lives. He commits himself simply to resolving the worst abuse within his scope.”
The first in a three part series discussing questions on the existence of God, the Incarnation, and the impact of a divine Creator on the natural order.
It may be a queer proposal (pun intended), but it is perhaps worth considering whether those genuinely interested in defending the historic teaching of the churches on Christian marriage and on the family do not currently have the wrong bedfellows.
“If the consistent life movement wants to gain ground, it must welcome those of us who believe in the worth and dignity of all and also believe in just war theory and the Responsibility to Protect doctrine.”
If the public purpose of marriage is to attach mothers and fathers to their children and to one another, nobody—regardless of his sexual attractions—is being wronged or unjustly treated in the present marriage debate.
“I can agree with Lawler that many discussions of creation and evolution fail to shed much light on the truth. Unfortunately, his article illustrates this point mainly by example.”