Tragedy and Eucatastrophe: Woody Allen’s Recent Magic

Allen’s latest film Magic in the Moonlight has not received the credit it deserves. It conducts a thought experiment on the possibility of human conversion.


Artur Rosman

September 16, 2014

Contrasting the Epicurean and Christian Narratives of the Self

The great contrast with Epicurean self-identification is of course the Christian view of the self.


Ryan Shinkel

September 10, 2014

Scapegoats of Christian Social Thought

Constructive Christian social thought will refuse to entertain argumentative scapegoats.


Dylan Pahman

September 4, 2014

The Soul of Scruton: How One Philosopher Grounds Faith in a World of Science

Roger Scruton’s The Soul of the World makes ground for God by exploring the tension of the aesthetical, moral, and interpersonal world of human existence in an age of science.


Ryan Shinkel

September 4, 2014

Jeremiah and the Enlightened Racist

That we harbor racist assumptions without knowing it seems kind of obvious. As the prophet Jeremiah noted, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?”


David Mills

September 1, 2014

Distributism Basics: The Nature and Roles of Government

David W. Cooney argues that subsidiarity—the cornerstone of the distributist stance on governance—is the foundation of true liberty. The fifth in a six-part series.


David W. Cooney

August 28, 2014