It’s Tuesday! Otherwise known as . . . Black Tuesday. Moving on.
At Postmodern Conservative, Peter Lawler talks about the decline of the Magnolia Meat Market.
Maureen Mullarkey doesn’t pray for the conversion of artists.
Peter Leithart writes on discriminating love. He’s also returned to Agamben’s book, bringing Cicero and Seneca into the conversation.
Here at First Thoughts, Leroy Huizenga highlights Cardinal Dolan’s speech at the Diocese of Bismarck.
And On the Square today, we have two posts on the state of the church community: James R. Rogers’ “Ecclesiastical Exceptionalism” and Mark Tooley’s “Methodism Today and Tomorrow.”
And, last but not least, check out junior fellow Tristyn K. Bloom’s article over at The Federalist, “The Surprising Ingredient To Creating A Pro-Life Culture.”