In any heightened climate of extended political controversy – whether in ecclesiastical politics or in secular politics – it can…
Many of us, including myself, criticize a culture to which we mistakenly view ourselves as external, rather than as a participant, beneficiary, and unwitting contributor. We are all the authors of Windsor.
The expansion of personal rights has not been counterbalanced by recognition and moral imperative to fulfill counterbalancing and corresponding duties.
Love is powerful precisely because it doesn’t choose the saner or safer route. It suffers and it sacrifices.
The Randian materialism that emphasizes meritocracy over community is a sickness of post-modern culture, one that has placed the values of the West on a sickbed through sheer obesity and decadence rather than an lack of vitality from within.
Projecting one’s expectations for life onto another person through any institution is to attempt to bend marriage into something for which it is not intended.
By accepting the notion that the unborn child is an unjust aggressor, the consequence is the legalization of abortion and its institutionalization within the legal framework of any society.
Our need for measured rationality is really overrated. That is, we do not always act with a full understanding of things and the explicit evidence that would support our conclusions.
Moral relativism simply ignores evil, and by doing so, obliterates the possibility of forgiveness.
Should we have more confidence in scientific or common sense judgments when seeking an answer to the question, “how do we know whether climate change is occurring or not?”